Slate’s “Bushisms” collection has become a classic online, and — ever since it launched in 2000 — shows how smart it is to stick with a great feature online and keep updating it. “Bushisms” have now become a series of books by Editor Jacob Weisberg… yes, from Web to print.
Now that Democrats have settled on Sen. John Kerry as their presumptive presidential nominee, Slate has decided to “cast an equally cold eye on the pomposity and evasiveness of John Kerry” — and has launched a look at Kerryisms.
Funny… and fair at the same time. Gotta love it.