Wednesday, September 29, 2004

When Al Gore speaks, I listen

Call me sentimental, but when the guy that was elected president in 2000 speaks I pay attention. And speak he does, giving some advice to Sen. Kerry on debating George W. Bush.

My advice to John Kerry is simple: be prepared for the toughest debates of your career. While George Bush's campaign has made "lowering expectations" into a high art form, the record is clear - he's a skilled debater who uses the format to his advantage. There is no reason to expect any less this time around. And if anyone truly has "low expectations" for an incumbent president, that in itself is an issue.
That's all the proof I need that Al Gore is freakin' genius... because he agrees with me. Read it all in the NY Times.

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