September 30, 2004
| Debate Night
I will be living blogging the debate at PoliBlog—just click and scroll. The “pre-game coverage” is here.
Also, the Boston Herald has a list of some blogs which are going to be covering the event.
Meanwhile, some pre-debate lists: here and here.
Stephen Green will also be live blogging, which is always fun.
Posted by Steven L. Taylor at September 30, 2004 08:29 PM
What is going on tonight? Bush is getting his butt kicked! Can he even spit out a coherent sentence?
Posted by: speedyhead at October 13, 2004 09:59 PM
Doesn’t he realize that this Mass. Liberal stuff has already been released out into the press as the new buzzword strategy? When the public knows what you are trying to pull over on them, they reject it.
Posted by: speedyhead at October 13, 2004 10:03 PM
Not to mention that JFK was a Mass. Liberal—-how many people do you know hold that man in low regard (we’re talking about Average Joe Blow, not pundits!)
Posted by: speedyhead at October 13, 2004 10:05 PM
And Kerry has done an excellent job making it clear that he won’t turn our safety over to another country or the UN. Bush needs to quit talking like Kerry would do this.
Posted by: speedyhead at October 13, 2004 10:08 PM
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