. . . Tuesday March 23, 2004

Talking Taxes

Michael Kinsley on John Kerry’s 350 tax increases (it may as well be described at 3.5 million of them): “President Bush seems to be running his re-election campaign on the basis of the Powell Doctrine: Go in with overwhelming force from the start, and strike a blow from which the enemy can never recover. Like the United States in Iraq, the Bush campaign has superior fire power and far more money. The lesson of Vietnam, articulated by Colin Powell, is: Use your superiority – don’t fritter it away in gradual escalation.”

Concentration is important!