Sounds about right to me
From Political Wire:
The film won't be seen publicly until Thursday, but a press release claims the movie "turns a harsh but deeply revealing mirror on the campaign ... a disorganized, contentious, self-absorbed team that thought they could win by 'not making mistakes,' and keeping their candidate in the public eye without clarifying a position on anything."Sounds like what the right blogosphere was saying all of last year—and what the left blogosphere roundly rejected. More from GOP and the City:
It features, among other not-ready-for-prime-time moments, Clinton scowling and rolling her eyes over an apparent Kerry gaffe during a presidential debate; Kerry pretending to interview himself and babbling in Italian while waiting for a real interview to begin; Sen. Joe Biden (D-Del.) cursing at reporters during a campaign stop, and Kerry message guru Robert Shrum confidently declaring a few days before the 2004 election: "Zogby [a prominent pollster] just announced who's gonna win. Us!"But clearly, in their opposition to Roberts and their screaming about Katrina, the Dems have shown that they've learned their lessons, right? This political resurgence of the Democratic Party that we keep reading about in the press—it's completely different, right? I mean, they're full of new ideas and strongly-reasoned positions now. Just look at what they say about how they would have managed Katrina differently. Just ask any Dem, and they'll tell you they could/would have done it better.
Just don't mind the crickets when you ask them how.