. . . Thursday September 2, 2004

NY Times Op Ed: “So far, this has been an election season of monumental simple-mindedness, in which the candidates start each day by telling us this is the most important election in the history of the planet, then devote the rest of their waking hours to meaningless sniping. But it’s certainly not too late to elevate the conversation. Tonight we do not need Mr. Bush to remind us that he went to ground zero and spoke through a bullhorn. It was a fine gesture that any president would have made. As far as judging his leadership, it is as irrelevant as the famous extra minutes he spent in a classroom in Florida during a reading of ‘The Pet Goat’ after the World Trade Center was attacked.”


Concentration is important!