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TBogg compares and contrasts the bios of John Kerry and the three top Republicans in Congress who sharply criticized him for recently suggesting that regime change begins at home.

Suffice it to say that one of these things is not like the others.

And Atrios alerts us (and adds his own emphasis) to the latest GOP Team Leader astroturf:

Dear XXX,

Yesterday, John Kerry shocked many Americans when he called for “regime change” right here in the U.S. By comparing our commander-in-chief to Saddam Hussein’s brutal regime at a time of war, Kerry showed just what he is willing to say to appeal to liberal Democrat primary voters.

RNC, Chairman Marc Racicot quickly responded saying, “Senator Kerry crossed a grave line when he dared to suggest the replacement of America’s commander-in- chief at a time when America is at war. Critical analysis offered in the best interests of the country is part of a healthy democracy. But this use of self- serving rhetoric designed to further Senator Kerry’s political ambitions at a time when the lives of America’s sons and daughters are at stake reflects a complete lack of judgment.”