- Good Kerry-won poll numbers
- Hullabaloo sees America's ex-husband
- Balkin explains why Bush's reference to the Dred Scott case is incoherent
- Literary cautionary tale
- Criticism of Bush's wooden performance
- Matthew Yglesias tries on tin foil hat for size. Brad DeLong eyes one too
- MaxSpeak says Bush is as angry as Howard Dean — but of course won't get the same media treatment (running the anger clip 50 times a day for a week). First Draft says Somewhere, Howard Dean is laughing. Angry Bear sees an Angry Bush (takes one to know one?). Wolcott would like less yelling.
- Robert's thoughts are less random than the NYT editorial board
- Get mad and get even!
“Literary cautionary tale”? The proper phrase is “instruction manual.”
Bush was even worst than the first debate; frit, ‘fraid and frayed.
Can’t get how anyone saw an improvement.
Kerry is running out of luck. On October 4, CNSnews.com reported an exclusive story revealing that Iraqi intelligence documents, confiscated by US forces, show numerous efforts by Saddam Husseins regime to work with some of the worlds most notorious terror organizations, including al Qaeda, to target Americans. They demonstrate that Saddams government possessed mustard gas and anthrax, both considered weapons of mass destruction, in the summer of 2000, during the period in which United Nations weapons inspectors were not present in Iraq. And the papers show that Iraq trained dozens of terrorists inside its borders.