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An amusing take on the first debate

I just noticed this tongue-in-cheek characterization of the first debate from John Kinker. Very amusing, a brief sample:

"Lehrer: Senator, the first question goes to you. Should you be president?

Kerry: Yes, of course I should. But first I want to thank you, the President, this university, the state of Florida, and everyone who had anything to do with this debate. Now let me say, I should be president because I’m tough. And I’m tough because I served in Vietnam. I love America. I will defend America from the terrorists with my secret plan. In fact, four—count ‘em, four!—military men support me for president. I’ll even name them. It won’t take long.

Bush: I thank everyone too and my prayers go with the people of Florida. September 11 changed everything. Freedom is good. Need to fight hatred. Making progress. Hard work. Negativism sends wrong message to our troops, our allies, and the Iraqi people.

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The prize goes to Saturday Night Live’s version of Kerry explaining his flip-flops. Paraphrased:

"I consistently support the war when I’m speaking to pro-war crowds, and I consistently oppose the war when I’m speaking to anti-war crowds. That’s not flip-flopping. That’s pandering!"

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