Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

August 24, 2004

by J

KE04's Database

The Kerry-Edwards campaign seems to think I'm a student. I've been getting a few emails targeted to students and campus activism. I have no idea why they think that -- I certainly haven't indicated such a thing. I hope this doesn't bode badly for the quality of their demographic data in general. Or maybe they're being deliberately expansive. Who knows?

In other news, as Chris Matthews broadly hinted on his show more than a year ago, it's looking more and more like it was Scooter Libby who was a traitor to the country and leaked Valerie Plame's status as an undercover CIA agent.

And the Swift Boat Liars continue to unravel - one is a DA who may be in trouble for filing a false statement. Well, hopefully, anyway.
Posted by J at August 24, 2004 04:58 PM

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