Friday, October 08, 2004

The Debate Tonight

More advice from the Rude Pundit.

Milli Vanilli President?

Check this out.

Thursday, October 07, 2004

Attention Slackers!

The Slacker's Oath, From Michael Moore:

Pick Nose. Pick Butt. Pick Kerry!

More on the VP Debate

The most frightening thing we learned from Tuesday's debate is that George Bush is just one heartbeat away from the Presidency.

Get Your Bush Flip-Flops Now

Courtesy of Kos.

Thanks to Leslie.

Cheney and Soros

Here is a link to a story on the true facts behind Cheney's invitation for listeners to visit factcheck.com.

Funny thing is, although Cheney meant to steer voters to factcheck.org, it wasn't very helpful to Cheney on the Halliburton issue either.

Wednesday, October 06, 2004

Saletan Nails It

He argues persuasively that Edwards wiped the floor with Cheney.

Bush Dupes the Media--Again

Slate explains that President Bush's "major policy address" was nothing of the kind. Rather it was his standard stump speech, carried free by the cable networks. What idiots.

Bush on Civil Rights

Here's a link to a scathing draft report of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Get it before the Republican members of the Commission kill it.

What Gives?

A whole series of Cheney lies in the VP debate--he never met Edwards, his sterling attendance record presiding over the Senate, Edwards' "hometown paper" naming him "Senator Gone," etc.

There are lies and then there are stupid lies, the ones that are so
easily exposed. But Cheney's no dummy, so what gives? Does he have such
contempt for the voters and the process that he just doesn't give a
damn, or is he insane?


Bad News for Rush

The seizure of his medical records was legal.

Who Won the VP Debate

Most of the polls I've seen gave it to Edwards, but here's one that blew me away.

WSJ Online Poll:

Edwards 89%

Cheney 9%

Tuesday, October 05, 2004

Advice for Edwards

The Rude Pundit offers John Edwards some debate advice.

Bush's Mixed Messages

Courtesy of the Daily Mis-Leader:

In September 2001 Bush said that he was determined to capture Osama bin Laden "dead or alive."[2] Six months later Bush said, "I don't know where he is. You know, I just don't spend that much time on him... I truly am not that concerned about him."[3]

In April of this year, Bush said that we could win the war on terrorism.[4] Then, on August 30, he said "I don't think you can win [the war on terror]."[5] The next day, he said "Make no mistake about it, we are winning and we will win [the war on terror]."[6]

Sources:

1. "Transcript: Does Bush see Kerry character flaws?," CNN.com, 10/01/04, http://daily.misleader.org/ctt.asp?u=1985827&l=60179.
2. "Wanted: Dead or Alive," ABC News, 9/17/01, http://daily.misleader.org/ctt.asp?u=1985827&l=60180.
3. "President Bush Holds Press Conference," The White House, 3/13/02, http://daily.misleader.org/ctt.asp?u=1985827&l=60181.
4. "President Addresses the Nation in Prime Time Press Conference," The White House, 4/13/04, http://daily.misleader.org/ctt.asp?u=1985827&l=60182.
5. "Bush: 'You cannot show weakness in this world'," Today Show, 8/30/04, http://daily.misleader.org/ctt.asp?u=1985827&l=60183.
6. "Remarks by the President of the American Legion," The White House, 8/31/04, http://daily.misleader.org/ctt.asp?u=1985827&l=60184.

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