Comments: New problems for Kerry campaign by Monday?

Some in the rightwing blogoshere are abuzz with news of a major negative story about Kerry set to appear tomorrow in a rightwing rag run by lunatics. This already feels like their excitement during the primaries when the biggest shithead on the Internet "broke" the nonstory about Kerry's affair that never happened.

I suspect even worse, though. I suspect this is a nonstory precisely timed to be as disruptful as possible to the Kerry campaign, and it has been "leaked" (read:broadcast) to the angry legions of Bush bloggers so they can foment as much hysteria as possible. I don't know who is worse: the cynics who are playing these morons, or the morons who allow themselves to be played.

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Posted by William Trippe at October 24, 2004 01:50 PM

Tippe, wouldn't it be a good idea to see what exactly everyone is babbling about before defining and tossing it aside?

Besides all that, I don't know how King feels but I find people advertising their blog on someone else's very annoying, if someone wants to hear more from you I imagine they would click on your name.

Posted by Lune at October 25, 2004 01:07 AM

In general, Lune, you're right -- I don't like folks spamvertising on my blog; unless I miss my guess, Trippe was probably trying to do some form of trackback.

I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt for now; I presume he won't be spamvertising in that fashion -- plus I don't get the impression that he does that as a general rule. He just insults other bloggers (see his site for his fanciful names for Instapundit, Drudge and Michelle Malkin among others) as he spews his leftist viewpoint. [shrug]

Posted by Michael at October 25, 2004 09:24 AM
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