Prestopundit has post regarding this: Two mindsets, crystallized.
The money quote, for me is:
RICE: George, the fact is that what you know today can affect what you do tomorrow, but not what you did yesterday.
John Kerry needs to get this thought “seared, seared” into his brain.
In reading the Chicago Tribune’s letters to the editor this weekend, one really stood out:
Shane Willmon Published October 3, 2004
Gurnee — Before the debate, one
candidate talked to hurricane victims and
one candidate got a manicure.
For me, the debate is over.
John Kerry said Monday that President Bush has sacrificed hopes for disease cures offered by stem cell research to “extreme right-wing ideology.”
This is from an ABC report.
Does John Kerry realize that George Bush is the first president to publically fund stem cell research? Sure, it’s limited to those lines created before Aug 9, 2001, but only public funding. There are no limits to privately funded research on any lines (even those created after Aug 9, 2001).
Once again, he’s using fear tactics.
Captain Ed has more.
From Rand Simberg, via Instapundit, (via ByrdDroppings) here is the Global Test. See how you score on it.
Via ByrdDroppings: UPDATE: See the new “global test” ad here.
John Kerry wants to give Iran nuclear material. From the debate: “I think the United States should have offered the opportunity to provide the nuclear fuel, test them, see whether or not they were actually looking for it for peaceful purposes. If they weren’t willing to work a deal, then we could have put sanctions together. The president did nothing.”
This is like leaving a four year old in the kitchen with a full cookie jar in reach. “Don’t eat any of the cookies, little one.” Come back in a hour and see the evidence of oreos all over his face and then impose “sanctions”. Most parents will make sure the cookie jar is out of reach so there will be no need to “test” to see if he will eat or not eat the cookies.
SpaceShipOne has won the Ansari X-Prize, setting a new record of 360,000 feet.
See story in the San Jose Mercury News (free sub).