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who'smydaddy

Never has control of the news been so important to a president. AWESOME.

nervous4bush

We had a good day in the news cycle? Really? I didn't really notice. But I'm worried because Edwards is citing some administration person who told Fortune magazine of a plan to raise the retirement age for Social Security.

WTF. We can't keep making mistakes like this!

Joel Wefel

A quote from the "Teddy Bear" - Go "W"!!!

"It is not the critic who counts: not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly, who errs and comes up short again and again, because there is no effort without error or shortcoming, but who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, who spends himself for a worthy cause; who, at the best, knows, in the end, the triumph of high achievement, and who, at the worst, if he fails, at least he fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat."
"Citizenship in a Republic,"
Speech at the Sorbonne, Paris, April 23, 1910

T. Kosciusko

"The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena"

God, Joel that's AWESOME. You heard about W wrestling the lion in Crawford too. They say he looked like Russell Crowe in the Gladiator.

Joel Wefel

No...his name was Maximus...the world we live in cannot be created in a studio in Burbank...or whereever people make movies...as some of you may believe...

Don't forget to vote...did you ever wonder how they came up with Teddy Bear? Hmmm?

Go "W"!!!

T. Kosciusko

"the world we live in cannot be created in a studio in Burbank"

I didn't mean to imply that it could. Control of the news is a higher priority.

Go W

Old Hat

You heard about W wrestling the lion in Crawford too. They say he looked like Russell Crowe in the Gladiator.

So you like to watch gladiator movies?

Not that there's anything, you know, bi/curious about that.

Ever seen a grown man naked?

oldhat

You heard about W wrestling the lion in Crawford too. They say he looked like Russell Crowe in the Gladiator.

So you like to watch gladiator movies?

Not that there's anything, you know, bi/curious about that.

Ever seen a grown man naked?

David A. Stevenson

Any thoughts about my remarks from the previous thread.?

Monkey Hunter

***Thanks to all of you doing so much for the campaign. ***

No Thank you Tucker, you guys are doing all of the "hard work"

We just point out that Bush is incompetent and unable to do the job, that's easy - it's the truth...

no... the hard work is the DoubleThink you have to do everyday to keep your head from going POP.

Kudos to you..keep up the great DoubleThink

T. Kosciusko

I think the lion was from one of the old French colonies in Africa. I'm not sure if W wore his loin cloth or his flight costume, but word is that both the French and the terrorists are running scared.

W is for aWesome Wrestler.

virgnia johnson

Why does no-one mention to the Democratic Voters that if Kerry was absent 77% of the time from the Intelligence Committee, it was He who should be held accountable and not Bush for mis-information?

I love you site. Keep up the good work.
Virginia

Jennifer

Virginia - I don't know for sure why that is, but I assume it's because it's a stupid point that is meaningless.

The Senate Intelligence Committee doesn't gather intelligence; rather they oversee the intelligence agencies. So the misinformation coming out of Feith's Office of Special Plans at the Pentagon had nothing to do with Kerry or any other member of that committee. Furthermore, Kerry's attendance record had nothing to do with Feith cooking the intel. That was an administration operation top to bottom.

Last but not least, you're reporting a figure about the public meetings of the intel committee, not the private ones about which no information is released because - try to grasp this - they're reviewing and discussing highly classified intelligence. The public meetings are the ones where the stuff that doesn't need to be kept secret gets handled. In other words, the housekeeping, not the important stuff.

Dubyas-my-boy

David Stevenson...

What the hell are you doing here?

Bugger off and go and creep around your leftie losing bloggs dammit!

Go Tucker! Go Dubya!

Adobe

"Doublethink".
Interesting choice of words.
I would more closely associate "Double"-anything with Kerry.
Interesting choice, again.

Thurber Hamm

"it was He who should be held accountable and not Bush"...(heh) Now I'm ALL confused! Which one of 'em was reading "My Pet Goat" when the planes hit? And (correct me if I'm wrong) but wasn't that after a month-long vacation? And Didn't the month-long vacation start the moment he put down the report entitled "bin Laden to strike inside of the United States"?

How does it feel Virginia? To be rooting for the man whose cowardice cost 3000 people their lives? A man who, by his own account, spent the day of 9/11/00 "trying to get out of harm's way"....... And you want to lay 9/11 at Kerry's feet. Think about it and come back to us when you've re-grown your soul, ok?

Adobe

Dub...I concur completely (alliteration unintended)

truth

Yup, your grassroots have been "cooking" all right:

GOP-funded company shredding Dem registrations and lying to potential voters in a half-dozen states.

Minority and elderly absentee voters fooled into relinquishing their ballots.

College students nationwide tricked into changing their political registration and polling places.

Elderly Ohio voters wrongly informed that their polling places have been changed.

Minnesota voters told it's too late to register, even though the state allows voter registration all the way up to election day.

Disgraced South Dakota dirty trickster Larry Russell brought on board by the GOP to bring his special brand of voter fraud to Ohio.

The most aggressive voter-intimidation campaign waged by the GOP since the Civil Rights era. (Including massive pre-emptive voter registration challenges designed solely to gum up the works and make it more difficult to vote.)

*thanks to mydd.com

joe mcgee

I heard that Bush called Reverend Pat Robertson "a God Damned liar" today.
What in the world brought that on?

JerryC

Can you please pass the word to the Bush campaign to withdraw from any future appearances with Paula Zahn in her townhall meetings. The audiences are always stacked and the Bush campaign always comes off looking defeated.

wtfwjd?

Yes! A good day in the news cycle indeed. The 22 people killed in Iraq were not Americans -- the 6 soldiers injured today were not killed, unlike the ones who died earlier in the week. Oil up to $55 a gallon -- but hey, it could be $56. Margaret Hassan hasn't been beheaded. The Dow hit a new low for 2004, but it's still not as bad as 1929. A suicide bomber attacked in Kabul, killing one and injuring nine including three NATO peacekeepers, but hey! the schools are open. The President's community service in Project PULL was performed in order to meet some court-ordered requirement for criminal wrongdoing, but it may have only been drunk-driving, not cocaine.

And how can we forget the best news of the day: The Ohio Provisional Ballot Ruling Was Reversed! Take that, wolf-appeasers!!

T. Kosciusko

Oh man, wtfwjd, buzzkill. You busted the happytalk bubble.

W is for aWsome Wrestler

benjoya

as a more perceptive poster than I (one "Magnum"), recently put it:

9/11 simply would not have happened if anyone else beside Bush were in power.


luv yr blog

benjoya

I heard that Bush called Reverend Pat Robertson "a God Damned liar" today.
What in the world brought that on?


joe, the united states has always been at war with pat robertson; get with the program.

Tim

Hmmm, I wonder how many trolls realize their candidate loses because he and his voters hate Bush more than they do the terrorists and other enemies of America? Not enough, undoubtedly.

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