Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Kerry-Edwards watch

Got to wondering after reading Dan Froomkin's column from Tuesday, Scandal Visits the White House, about this item:
Dan Balz writes in The Washington Post: "President Bush came under withering criticism for his handling of Hurricane Katrina yesterday, with Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.) charging that the storm exposed the administration's incompetence and ideological blinders and former senator John Edwards (D-N.C.) asserting that even in its response, the administration backs policies that support the privileged over the working poor.
Is it just a coincidence that and give highly critical speeches of Bush and the administration's handling of on the same day or is there some backroom coordination going on? I highly doubt it, unless there's some unknown agreement between the two. But still, an interesting public concurrence to note...