Wednesday, October 13, 2004

Bush gives a reasonable answer on the flu vaccine shortage, and Kerry ignores that and talks about his plan to cover all Americans with health insurance. I fail to see how that would make more flu vaccines.

Bush then knocks this out of the park with a comment he should have made in the second debate: "A plan is not a list of complaints." This hits Kerry right between the eyes, as he always has a "plan" for everything, but never says what it is.