For Bush, against Kerry

John Podhoretz wants President Bush to make his case and has some suggestions about how he should do it in his New York Post column “Make the case…” Michael Grunwald literally charts Kerry’s flip-flops on nine issues in “John Kerry’s waffles” (courtesy of RealClearPolitics) and Kenneth Timmerman makes a chilling case against Kerry in “Kerry will abandon the war on terror.”
On the stylistic front, Peggy Noonan is to my knowledge the first columnist to note the echoes of JFK in John Kerry’s notorious 1971 testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee: “JFK disease.” We made this observation last month in “Kerry’s mental affliction.”

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