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[color:blue]If Kerry was attacking the current handling of the war instead how we got into it he might get more milage. As it is he is attacking Bush in the wrong area.</font color=blue><br><br>Isn't he criticizing both?<br><br>Regardless, Kerry's having voted to give GWB authorization to use force is not standing him in good stead -- it a real tar-baby issue and the more he tries to explain that vote, the deeper he gets caught. He would have been better off embracing one side of that issue and taking his lumps -- as it is, his position on the war is one big equivocation ...<br><br>***matt<br><br>Turn up the signal, wipe out the noise ...
kerry is not harping on the iraq lie, but he is starting to pick up on that theme. perhaps if he can stick with it, that 55% will drop dramatically. of course, kerry needs james carville to get out and hit the media and get some air time. as ugly and weird as he is, he was quite effective for bill clinton. <br><br>"Tribal sovereignty means that, it's sovereign. You're a—you've been given sovereignty, and you're viewed as a sovereign entity. And, therefore, the relationship between the federal government and tribes is one between sovereign entities." dubya 8.6.04
I don't know Sean. I think alot of people are past the whole Lie thing. I think people are looking at it from the standpoint that Bush got bad intel. Kerry's statement that he would have given authorization didn't help his case. Not that I'm a big Kerry fan, because I'm not, but as an observer interested in politics it makes for a good discussion.<br><br><br>Salus populi suprema lex
Salus populi suprema lex
that's true, but i think for a person to be undecided these days, they are also fairly likely to not be paying attention. therefore, a kerry that harps on dubya's lie to get us in iraq could have a similar effect of mentioning saddam and 9/11 in the same sentence . . . most americans fell for that, so many will also believe this if it's repeated over and over. kerry needs some mantras and he needs to stick with them again and again (like the flip-flop against him).<br><br>"Tribal sovereignty means that, it's sovereign. You're a—you've been given sovereignty, and you're viewed as a sovereign entity. And, therefore, the relationship between the federal government and tribes is one between sovereign entities." dubya 8.6.04
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