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2004 US Presidential Election
July 29, 2004
Kerry | Kerry Speaks

This speech is going well … his style is more relaxed than he often is on the stump … the crowd, of course, is rapt with attention …



Posted by Alan at July 29, 2004 10:14 PM | TrackBack
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seems okay on the tube. can’t say I’m suddenly moved to punch the ticket. Thematically, I wonder if “stronger at home, respected abroad” is a new way of saying “walk softly and carry a big stick”? It just struck me as suggesting appeal to those who might prefer a little more isolationism.

Posted by: j [TypeKey Profile Page] at July 29, 2004 10:24 PM

he’s rolling now, with the “flag” schtick.

Posted by: j [TypeKey Profile Page] at July 29, 2004 10:37 PM

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