Friday, October 08, 2004


Apparently this went to the wrong people:
TO: BC'04 Surrogates
FROM: BC'04 Communication
RE: Talking Points

We will be sending more talking points later this evening, but the decisive line by Vice President Cheney during the debate was the following:

"So they, in effect, decided they would cast an anti-war vote, and they voted against the troops. Now, if they couldn't stand up to the pressures that Howard Dean represented, how can we expect them to standup to Al Qaeda?"

Supporting Materials:

Sen. Joe Biden (D-DE) Said Kerry's Decision To Vote Against The Iraq Supplemental Was An Attempt "To Prove To Dean's Guys" That He Was "Not A Warmonger." "But Biden's bill had no chance of passing in a Republican-dominated Senate, and Kerry's absurdly abbreviated account of the matter--'I did vote for the eighty-seven billion before I voted against it'--has left him open to relentless Republican ridicule. Biden himself ultimately voted for the money, and he confirmed that Kerry's decision not to was 'tactical,' an attempt 'to prove to Dean's guys I'm not a warmonger.'" (Philip Gourevitch, "Damage Control," The New Yorker, 7/26/04)

**Please forward to all surrogate lists
See how well dumbass follows this tonight.

I'm betting $50 that Howard Dean's name comes up. Takers?


Anonymous said...
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weinish said...

Sorry, Theo, no anonymous. YOu're bumped.

Btw, if it's not "intelligible" why do you come back time and time again?