May 12, 2004
Kerry's House of Ketchup #11
There is a substantial drop off in Kerry posts in this edition. Abu Ghraib sucked much of the blogosphere's energy away from the election. But there is other interesting Kerry news. Alan Reynolds comments on Steve Jobs and Warren Buffett becoming economic advisors to Kerry. On Abu Ghraib The New Republic's Lawrence Kaplan criticizes Kerry's "blame-the-mission-more-than-the-perpetrators stance" that feels like a continuation of his Vietnam War protesting.
[Thanks go to the John F. Kerry Media Relations Center for the Sen. Zoop's "voice."]