August 31, 2004
— Ace "Friend of the site" Andrew Sullivan seems to be quite the flip-flopper his own self.
Nick Kronos tips on the climbdown:
Previously: And so, as Thursday night came around, it was hard not to think of this convention as a remarkable public relations success. It rebranded the Democrats as tough on terror but not as reckless as Bush: an essentially conservative repositioning....And it grabbed back Republican themes of patriotism, military service, responsibility, strength, wisdom. Polling showed a Democratic gain of five points in a few days.
Today: I don't believe [Kerry's] convention was wasted. He had to emphasize national security. But it's domestic policies that will win him the election, if he does win, and he hasn't yet made them the focus....
Sullivan actually gave Kerry a rave review... before he voted against him.
Andrew's vaunted "analysis" seems to consist of little else than embarassingly-emotional shrieking and "nuanced" thinking based primarily upon whoever's up in today's polls.
If Kerry gets a boost next week, all of a sudden his convention is going to be deemed a bravura performance again.
Maybe his estrogen levels are spiking or something.
Posted by: ccwbass at August 31, 2004 01:22 PM (qg4dU)
Or something. I don't know. The man loves Elizabeth Hassleback's ass this week. Coming from anyone else, great. But coming from him, and I'm beginning to wonder if *I'm* the one on powerful hallucinogens.
Posted by: Rob at September 01, 2004 06:26 AM (cVQ6r)
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