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"History will be kind to me, for I intend to write it."-Winston S. Churchill

"The wandering scholars were bound by no lasting loyalties, were attached by no sentiment of patriotism to the states they served and were not restricted by any feeling of ancient chivalry. They proposed and carried out schemes of the blackest treachery."-C.P. Fitzgerald.

Sunday, March 07, 2004

'Tis a new day! 


Andrew Sullivan, mad as he is at George W. Bush, still has the presence of mind to look at John Kerry with a critical eye. In short, it is only now dawning on Andrew that a poseur has just captured the Democratic nomination.

Apparently, Kerry mentions T.S. Eliot and Sartre in the foreign policy discussion with reporters. Al Qaeda is mentioned only once.

What's the over and under on the first time that Kerry mentions Marcel Proust?


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