Kerry's Nation of Proofreaders

Our friend John Kerry just dropped us a line:

In a few hours, I will deliver a major address at Brown University about what the rage and destruction of Katrina have revealed. I want you to be one of the first to read and reflect upon the text of this speech for a very simple reason.

It's time for each and every one of us to say what needs to be said -- with the full force of our convictions, with nothing held back. This speech is my attempt to do exactly that -- and your response to my call to action will define the work of the community far into the future.

Sure. Just a couple of questions. He wants us to read the speech because it's time to say what needs to be said. Will the be a choral performance of some sort, then? And in responding to his call by reading the speech, thus defining the work of the community are we dooming ourselves to reading John Kerry's speeches "far into the future"? There goes '04's silver lining...

Senator John Kerry's Speech at Brown University []


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