Tuesday, August 03, 2004

Ron Reagan's Case Against W

The former president's son is a much better writer than he is a convention speaker (or MSNBC host for that matter, although there were few images more priceless than Joe Scarborough sitting across from his convention co-host, arms crossed, pouting at having to share a stage with a moderate Republican at best.) In this Esquire piece, he presents a compelling case against voting for George W. Bush. This is a good tool to use to seduce traditionally Republican voters whom you suspect may be having second thoughts about W. And since they all worship anything remotely related to Ronald Reagan, they will probably hear his son out. In the interest of balance, Esquire also offers The Case For Bush.


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