Thursday, April 20, 2006

Two Sentences for 2004

Time's Joe Klein has an interesting article on the effect of consultants and television on modern presidential campaigns, but the best part is how he sums up the 2004 election:

In fact, the 2004 campaign came down to two sentences. Kerry: "I actually voted for the $87 billion [to fund Iraq] before I voted against it."

Bush: "You may not always agree with me, but you'll always know where I stand."

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