Tuesday, August 24, 2004

Shorter David Brooks

When John Kerry was young he was passionate and often reckless. Now he’s old and careful. Why would we ever elect him as president?

As opposed to the immature and heedless example of dissipation we now have in the White House?

For Brooks to call Kerry a liar (“The passion is gone. The pompous prevaricator is in.”) takes a lot a gall, given the man he is supporting.