September 2, 2003

A.S. Returns

Andrew Sullivan is back from vacation. Unfortunately, a month off doesn't seem to have improved his state of mind. Hey Andrew, if we want pessimism, we can listen to the Democratic presidential candidates and read the New York Times.

In a new article evaluating Bush's vulnerability in 2004, Sullivan says:

...the sense of drift in the Bush administration's foreign and domestic policy, and the body-count in Iraq have all eroded George Bush's margin of error in the coming political season. The White House has been predicting a close election for a long time. Now it seems less like expectations-management and more like insight.
Posted by dan at September 2, 2003 11:14 AM