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Monday, March 01, 2004

Edwards and "Inside Washington Publications"

Kurtz is annoying today with his not-so-subtle liberal bashing, but he does have a good point about Edwards from yesterday's debate:

When Edwards, in a rare jab at Kerry, said The Washington Post had calculated that his budget proposals would cost $165 billion more than his estimated revenue , Kerry said: "What's printed in The Washington Post today is inaccurate."

And when the talk turned to National Journal's ranking of Kerry as the most liberal senator and Edwards as the fourth-most liberal, Kerry called that "the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard." Edwards said no one cared about "some inside-Washington publication." Take that!

Apparently the National Journal is an "inside" publication to be ignored but the Post is reputable in Edwards' world.