Thursday, June 24, 2004


I have a deadline coming up July 1, so expect minimal, if any, blogging until then. (That includes my reply to the responses to my Daredevil piece, which I still plan on doing.)

In the meantime, via David Neiwert, an excellent post by Matt Stoller. It's long, but well worth reading in its entirety. Here's a taste: "Dick Morris says flat out that to elect Kerry is to elect bin Laden. I fear that Morris's tome is not just his, but is the centerpiece of the Bush reelection campaign. This political attack is not an honorable disagreement that will end after the election. This is a declaration of illegitimacy, a statement that a Kerry Presidency is unacceptable even if the American people find the alternative unpalatable. Morris is echoing sentiments - from top Republican officials like Grover Norquist, Newt Gingrich, and others - that there is a political war raging, and that survival for the other side is not an option. The impeachment and the toxic politics it helped foment will continue, either crushing Democrats further under a second Bush term or preventing governance through impeachment or investigation of a President Kerry."

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