Thursday, July 22, 2004

Kerry's Quiet Panic.

From the frequently changing "Quote of the day" section on

Brokaw: "Did you know that [Berger] was under investigation?"
Kerry: "I didn't have a clue, not a clue."
Brokaw: "He didn't share that with you?
Kerry: "I didn't have a clue."

If Brokaw were questioning a Republican candidate, perhaps the phraseology would have been more historically rooted: "What did you know and when did you know it?"

Regardless of Kerry's quiet, outwardly calm response, I suspect the entire topic has his highly nuanced mind working feverously to control his sweat glands from spouting like unplugged fire hydrants.

A glimpse of his genius is visible through his campaign’s action: His paper trail is being sanitized. But thanks to internet archiving, the battle cannot be won.

Sandy Berger has been advising Kerry on matters of national security for quite some time. Sandy Berger has been telling Kerry everything Sandy Berger knows. Sandy Berger has been, so it seems, sharing state secrets. Kerry has been repeating same. Ut-oh.

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