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Friday, September 03, 2004

Implosion 101 Moore's Disease

From Hugh Hewitt:

I discussed the options available to Kerry on yesterday's program with John Podhoretz and Terry Eastland --very smart guys who have been around presidents and campaigns for dozens of years. We all agreed that Kerry would never embrace the "Michael Moore option" of running on anger and paranoia because it is a recipe for electoral disaster. But that's what Kerry grabbed on to last night, in a speech that may go down in American history as the worst ever delivered by a nominee. It is reason enough, I think, to reject debates with this fellow, whose apparent problems and insecurities about the past are every day becoming more apparent. Wild accusations that every responsible memebr of his party's leaqdership know to be false must be sending shock waves through that group this morning. Can you imagine Joe Lieberman reading Kerry's remarks? Or even Bill Clinton? Kerry's lost it, and that he did so on a night when George Bush reminded America why our enemies fear his leadership.

Could this be to shore up the base or get those who saw Lie-N-Hype 9/11 (Fahrenheit 9/11 for those new here) and were prone to believe the lies? Are those really the people he needs to appeal to, is he really doing that bad in his internal tracking polls? The convention must have hurt him worse then I imagined.

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