Tuesday, November 02, 2004


Rich Lowry on Kerry and the Media's Turnaround if Kerry Wins

Rich Lowry on Kerry and post-Election 2004 on National Review Online: "In the same way, long-ignored data that should have helped Bush will suddenly benefit Kerry. It will be 'discovered,' for instance, that manufacturing orders are at their highest level since June 1950. A Kerry manufacturing rebound! It isn't plausible, of course, that Kerry could cause a rebound before he has taken office, or before any of his policies have taken effect. There was the same problem in attributing the recovery to Bill Clinton in late 1992 and early 1993. Not to worry: He was said to have sent the 'right signals' to the market. Kerry also would be credited with such shrewd signaling, which would consist mostly of soulful conversations with former Clinton Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin."
Once again, Rich Lowry shows that he gets it!

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