The Rittenhouse Review

A Philadelphia Journal of Politics, Finance, Ethics, and Culture

Wednesday, September 22, 2004  

Friday Noon Rally

Sen. John F. Kerry, the next president of the United States, will be in Philadelphia on Friday, this Friday, Friday, September 24, at the Hill Field at the University of Pennsylvania, at the corner of 34th and Walnut Streets.

Gates open at 10:30 a.m.

For more information, check with the Democratic National Committee. Or, I hope, click here.

I'll be there. I'm sure you will be too.

[Post-publication addendum (September 25): For local coverage of Kerry's visit to Philadelphia, see: "In Phila., Kerry Presses Hard Line," by Thomas Fitzgerald, the Philadelphia Inquirer, September 25. I don't know . . . 20,000 people show up and the story goes below the fold?

[The Kerry-Edwards blog has published photos from Philadelphia here.

[And for the latest snark from every Daily News reader's favorite crank (excluding regular columnists Michelle Malkin and Michael Smerconish), and habitual letter-to-the-editor writer Michael P. Kilhoffer, click here.

[Do you get it? See, Kilhoffer refers to Sen. Kerry as "John F. Simoes Ferierra Heinz Kennedy Kerry." Isn't that a riot? And get this: Kilhoffer's so proud of his gag line that this is at least the second time he's used it in a letter to the Daily News.

[Here's a tip, Mr. Kilhoffer: Sen. Kerry's first wife is named Julia Thorne. Add that to the mix next time, 'cause we know there's going to be a next time.]


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