This Reuters account, via Drudge, quotes Bush "mocking" Kerry's flip-floppery over the war in Iraq to a Pensacola, Florida audience:
"Now, almost two years after he voted for the war in Iraq, and almost 220 days after switching positions to declare himself the anti-war candidate, my opponent has found a new nuance," Bush said. "After months of questioning my motives and even my credibility, Sen. Kerry now agrees with me."
Kerry has himself lobbed some nastiness Bush's way. If this sort of thing keeps up (or, better yet, intensifies), the presidential debates may well shape up as the most anticipated on-air confrontation since Howard Stern faced off against Larry King while shilling for hawking the movie version of Private Parts in 1997.
Update: The language police (taking the shape of one Tim Cavanaugh) have warned me that my use of shill above is incorrect. Shills are audience plants, so technically you can't shill for your own product. Many apologies offered, in the hopes that one will be accepted.