Saturday, March 20, 2004

From the New York Times : WASHINGTON, March 19. President Bush's campaign is following an aggressive and precise 90-day media strategy to define Senator John Kerry as indecisive and lacking conviction, with a coordinated blitz of advertisements, speeches and sound bites, senior campaign advisers said this week.

The goal, several campaign aides said, is to first strip Mr. Kerry of the positive image that he carried away from the Democratic primary contests and then to define him issue by issue in their own terms before the summer vacation season. The central thrusts will be national security and taxes, they said.

The aides said the strategy was planned weeks ago in coordination with Karl Rove, Mr. Bush's chief political aide, while Mr. Kerry was battling for his party's nomination.

I have yet to open an envelope which arrived from the Democratic National Committee...I think it's from them. incidentallyy, I'm still uncommitted). I'll look for it, and for the Sierra Club material on their own election, after reading the NYT.

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