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August 19, 2004

Kerry's House of Ketchup #23

Kerry speaks.

Last week, golf became a higher priority than politics. This edition of Kerry's House of Ketchup is short and sweet. I'm also highlighting some weblogs I've rarely or ever linked to help you broaden your blogospheric reading.

  • The Swiftvets are getting under Kerry's skin. So, he harshly denounces them as doing Bush's "dirty work" and as nothing but a"front for the Bush campaing." Are they anymore of a front for Bush as MoveOn.org is for Kerry?

  • Kerry doesn't just have an abortion problem (that's gotten little coverage) but a religion problem too.

  • Beldar summarized Kerry adviser Richard Holbrooke's view of a Kerry administration's foreign policy, "If elected, John Kerry (and his likely secretary of state) will return us to the posture we were in on September 10, 2001."

  • Max Boot finds Kerry's foreign policy a "muddle." [via No Left Turns]

  • A Kerry quote in the Washington Post is just loaded with multiple levels of meaning and insight into the candidate.

  • If you're having trouble following all the Swiftvets angle's (like me) Penraker has a summary.

  • According to Jay Reding, Kerry Edwards isn't dealing well with the Swiftvets.

  • Russell Wardlow found another Teresa Tantrum.

  • John Hawkins fisks John Kerry's GQ interview.

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[Thanks go to the John F. Kerry Media Relations Center for the Sen. Zoop's "voice." Cheap gimmick not endorsed by Glenn Reynolds.]

Posted by Sean Hackbarth in John Kerry at 11:03 AM | Comments (0)