Tuesday, September 21, 2004

Eye on Kerry & Dialogue Day: Speech at New York University: John Kerry for President Press Room
Ach, I am honored to be here at New York University — one of the great urban universities, not just in New York, but in the world. You have set a high standard for global dialogue and I hope to live up to that tradition today. This election is about choices.
Jeralyn Merritt; Czech out the snippets of dialogue: Jim Henley: On the Radar - The Kerry speech on Iraq; Jerome Armstrong: Bush's 23 reasons for Invading Iraq — From Kerry's speech on Monday: "By one count, the President offered 23 different rationales for this war; Josh Marshall: To read Brooks' column, Kerry came out foursquare for a rapid withdrawal from Iraq ...; Joe Gandelman: For Kerry, much of the nuance is being deep-sixed and his message sharpened, as this transcript of his speech yesterday at New York University illustrates; Tim Blair: More from Kerry, this time on conditions in Iraq: "Raw sewage fills the streets, rising above the hubcaps of our Humvees; Talking Dog; Steve M.; Mathew Gross; Chris Bowers; Orrin Judd; Chris Gruber; Edward_; Andrew Sullivan; Bird Dog; Oliver @LiquidList; Matthew Yglesias; Noam Scheiber; Lambert @Corrente; Kevin Drum; Susan Madrak; Todd Pearson; David Allan Pell; Kos; Oliver Willis; Atrios; Tom Maguire; Gene @HarrysPlace; Taegan Goddard