- As it stands, the man most welcoming of the return to the conflicts of 2004 is O'Reilly, who is attacking Kerry as not opposing the Iraq war strongly enough and says that the issues raised by the Swift Boat ads reflect on Kerry's character.
"I don't want to dwell too much on the past, but he keeps going back 40 years and bringing it up, bringing it up," said O'Reilly. "He keeps talking about it."
By the way, that O'Reilly quote comes from a Boston Globe article so "evenhanded" as to be nearly as scurrilous as the Liars themselves.
I find it very interesting that both potential republican challengers are taking the high road here - presumably hip to the fact that tying their fates to T. Boone Pickens won't win them many votes here in Massachusetts. How come O'Reilly hasn't been able to figure that out?