. . . Friday March 5, 2004

Saletan in Slate: “[Kerry's] been telling Democrats Bush is “the biggest say-one-thing, do-another” president ever. Yesterday Kerry’s campaign responded to Bush’s ads by accusing the president of “unsteady leadership.” In the Democratic primaries, this accusation worked for Kerry, because liberals think Bush is a liar. But most voters don’t, for a good reason: It isn’t true. If Kerry makes the election a referendum on Bush’s honesty, Bush will win.”

Concentration is important!