Wednesday, January 28, 2004

From today's Political Diary (email me for a copy)

Gen. Clark continues to make errors typical of a first-time candidate. Last night, he came out to deliver his speech at the same moment as John Edwards. The TV networks blew him off and focused on showing Mr. Edwards' stirring "Two Americas" speech instead. The Washington Post even noted that clumsy staging by General Clark's staff had two supporters so close behind the candidate at the podium that they looked down him. The result was that the general appeared dwarfed by his own anonymous supporters.

Amateur mistakes. Somebody should get fired for each.

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