Friday, July 30, 2004

The WashPost is not impressed

Because of the late timing of Kerry's speech, few of the major East Coast papers held out an opinion this morning.  However, the Washington Post was disappointed in their lead editorial "Missed Opportunity":
In the end, Mr. Kerry will be judged not in a vacuum but against the record compiled by Mr. Bush. But he will be judged in part on how he chose to present himself last night, and on that score, while he may have been politically effective, he fell short of demonstrating the kind of leadership the nation needs.
Sounds right.

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