John Forbes Kerry: U.S. Presidential Campaign 2004 (External Links)
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Articles & Commentary
- Hans Nichols, "Dem lawmakers primed for big post-debate spin: Kerry seeks to avoid mistake that hurt Al Gore in 2000," The Hill, September 28, 2004. Kerry campaign officials encouraged Congressional press aides "to schedule their bosses on television and radio so that Democrats could create an 'echo chamber' where the sounding of pro-Kerry spin would create its own reality."
- "Kerry offers himself as antidote to Bush. Massachusetts Democrat makes it official," CNN.com, September 2, 2003.
- Ron Fournier, "Sen. Kerry Fires His Campaign Manager," AP, November 10, 2003: Jim Jordan "and replaced him with a Capitol Hill veteran" (Mary Beth Cahill), "chief of staff to Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass." Jordan was offered another position.
- John Whitesides, 10 "Kerry Fires Campaign Boss to Aid White House Bid," Reuters, November 10, 2003: "Kerry, accompanied by campaign chairwoman and former New Hampshire Gov. Jeanne Shaheen, informed Jordan of the switch at a meeting in Boston on Sunday night."
- "Two More Officials Quit Kerry Campaign," FoxNews.com, November 11, 2003.
- David M. Halbfinger, "In Middle of the Kerry Storm, a Man Known to Whirlwinds," New York Times, November 12, 2003: Kennedy's "former press spokeswoman, Stephanie Cutter, was named on Tuesday to replace Robert Gibbs."
- William Safire, "Never Love a Stranger," New York Times Op-Ed, November 12, 2003.
- Steve Neal, "Kerry's comeback or Dean's destiny?," Chicago Sun-Times, January 19, 2004: "Kerry, a four-term senator and military hero, is the Democrat that President Bush least wants to run against."
- Calvin Woodward, "Kerry Shakes Up Race With Big Win in Iowa," AP, January 20, 2004.
- "The Iowa Surprise", New York Times Op-Ed, January 20, 2004.
- Harold Meyerson, "An Unexpected Powerhouse," Washington Post, January 29, 2004: "If Karl Rove thinks he can take down John Kerry the way his mentor, Lee Atwater, took down Michael Dukakis, he's got another thing coming."
- George F. Will, "The Politics of Manliness," Washington Post, January 29, 2004: "Kerry's 'patrician aloofness' may be manly reticence. But he has embraced today's confessional ethos by making autobiography serve as political philosophy and reducing his narrative to a war story. Riding his Harley, gunning for Iowa pheasants and playing hockey in New Hampshire have expressed his campaign's subtext: manliness."
- Richard Cohen, "Kerry Keeps Overcoming," Washington Post, January 29, 2004: "Turning on a war in which he had distinguished himself says something about Kerry, and suggests that one line of attack on him is off the mark. ... in the end he asks, as he did back in the Vietnam War era, the right questions. 'How do you ask a man to be the last to die for a mistake?' Another couple of victories, and George W. Bush had better have an answer."
- WatchBlog: "Rumor: A Kerry Affair and Push Polling," February 6, 2004.
- Scott Ritter, "Kerry, Too, Needs to Clear the Air," Newsday (Long Island, NY), February 9, 2004.
- Matt Drudge, "Campaign drama rocks democrats: Kerry fights off media probe of recent alleged infidelity, rivals predict ruin," Drudge Report, February 2004.
- Robert Wendrum, "John Kerry's Chinese campaign connections. Tarnished Taiwanese-American donated big senatorial money," MSNBC, February 17, 2004: "Kerry could not have known, until Chung pleaded guilty and began talking to investigators in March, 1998, that the money he needed so desperately back then was tainted -- perhaps even the product of arms-dealing. Now, however, he may be asked new questions as he runs for President."
- "Kerry Makes Whistle-Stop Tour From Deck of Yacht," The Onion, February 18, 2004.
- "In His Words: John Kerry. ... excerpts of an hour-long interview about foreign affairs with Senator John Kerry aboard his campaign plane on Friday, as recorded by The New York Times," March 7, 2004.
- Jeff Zeleny, "In Florida, Kerry taps into '00 voter fury," Chicago Tribune, March 9, 2004.
- Mark Crutsinger, "Bush Nominee Withdraws After Kerry Remark," AP, March 11, 2004: "A Nebraska business executive withdrew from consideration to be President Bush's point man on manufacturing Thursday after presumptive Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry raised questions about his stance on shifting U.S. jobs to foreign countries. ... The Bush administration said Anthony Raimondo's withdrawal was related to Nebraska political issues and not the flap raised by the Kerry campaign. ... But the nomination had appeared in doubt after Kerry's campaign had raised questions of why the Bush administration was picking someone to guide government efforts to halt the hemorrhage of American manufacturing jobs who had laid off 75 of his own workers in 2002 after announcing he was constructing a $3 million plant in China."
- "Kerry focuses on Democratic unity. Bush touts agenda during New York visit," CNN, March 12, 2004: "In an appearance with Democratic senators Thursday, he spurned a call for an apology from Bush campaign chairman Marc F. Racicot. ... 'I have no intention whatsoever of apologizing for my remarks,' the four-term senator said. 'I think the Republicans need to start talking about the real issues before the country.'"
- "Name the Bundlers Again," Washington Post Op-Ed, March 13, 2004.
- "Kerry, Bush campaigns battle over security," CNN, March 15, 2004: "Kerry accused the administration of failing to provide firefighters and other emergency personnel the resources and equipment they need to do their jobs in a post-9/11 world. He also charged that military personnel in Iraq had not gotten enough body armor to protect them."
- "Kerry pressed on international claim. Senator maintains assertions about world leaders' interests," CNN, March 15, 2004. For some perspective, see Ewen MacAskill and Luke Harding, "Kerry reaches out to a world where support for Bush is ebbing away. Challenger claims president's 'allies' have told him they are cheering him on," Guardian/UK, March 10, 2004: "The Spanish opposition leader in the general election this Sunday, the socialist José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, said yesterday: 'I think Kerry will win. I want Kerry to win.'"
- John R. Dickerson and Karen Tumulty, "Raising the Volume. It's only March, but it feels like September on the campaign trail. A TIME guide to the suddenly fast and loud presidential race," TIME Online, March 22, 2004 (Edition).
- Jim Rutenberg, "90-Day Media Strategy by Bush's Aides to Define Kerry," New York Times, March 19, 2004: "The goal, several campaign aides said, is to first strip Mr. Kerry of the positive image that he carried away from the Democratic primary contests and then to define him issue by issue in their own terms before the summer vacation season. The central thrusts will be national security and taxes, they said. ... The aides said the strategy was planned weeks ago in coordination with Karl Rove, Mr. Bush's chief political aide, while Mr. Kerry was battling for his party's nomination."
- Arianna Huffington, "What happens if Kerry wins?," Guest Blog at Daily Kos, March 19, 2004.
- Andrea Stone, "Vietnam lessons shape Kerry as a leader," USA Today, April 12, 2004.
- John Whitesides, "Kerry Hits Back at White House, Defends Patriotism," Reuters, April 16, 2004.
- "Kerry Holds Three-Point Advantage; No Real Movement; American Electorate Hardened And Polarized, New Zogby International Poll Reveals," Zogby International, April 18, 2004.
- Patricia Wilson, "Kerry Says Iraq Solution May Be New President," Reuters, April 18, 2004.
- Dan Nephin, "Cheney Says Kerry a Threat to Gun Owners," AP, April 18, 2004. See April 19, 2004, response by Richard Newton, a BuzzFlash Reader: "Kerry as 'Threat to Gun Owners'."
- Mike Glover, "Kerry Assails Bush on Saudi Relationship. Former Rival Lieberman Joins Candidate at Fla. Campaign Stop," AP, April 19, 2004. See Saudi Arabian oil industry for details.
- "Another Vision for Iraq," New York Times Op-Ed, May 6, 2004. Also see related article Abu Ghraib.
- Jeffrey Toobin, "Kerry's Trials. What the candidate learned as a lawyer," The New Yorker, May 10, 2004 (Issue).
- Kerry Campaign Organization Wiki.
- Jeffrey H. Birnbaum, "Lobbyists Take Leave to Advise Kerry Campaign," Washington Post, September 8, 2004.