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Inside Campaign 2004

Newsweek's exclusive, behind-the-scenes account of the presidential campaign it your must read material for the weekend. There's so much inside information packed into these articles you will feel like you're a part of the inner circle of both campaigns.

Here's a comprehensive listing to the publication.


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Comments (14)

Since there is no where els... (Below threshold)

Since there is no where else to put this just for random info. I like my district. We have a conservative man running unopposed for District 22 in California.
Its nice, because the longer they stay in the house, the more powerful they become.

<a href="http://vote2004.ss... (Below threshold)

Congressman Bill Thomas: District 22, California

My apologies I'll just post it as a link

Will there be story like th... (Below threshold)

Will there be story like this about Tom Daschle?

Ya know...he said he was going to continue to serve South Dakotans. I am reeeeasonably sure he can handle a paper hat and the phrase: "Would you like some fries with that?"

Moseby: LOL!... (Below threshold)

Moseby: LOL!

moseby:In t... (Below threshold)


In that newsweek issue, there is a huge picture of the "Giant Killer" John Thune. Covered at my site with this post. I hope someone does a article about Daschle, with all the crazy stuff he tried to pull (esp on election eve, suing Thune in federal court).

The most striking thing abo... (Below threshold)

The most striking thing about this series is that John Kerry isn't the flip-flopping ditherer he was painted to be.

He's _worse_.

For the second election in a row, America dodged a bullet. The first failed candidate has gone psycho... the second was destined to become known as the Paralysis President.

From the NewsWeek article:<... (Below threshold)
Bill M:

From the NewsWeek article:

"Kerry did not like to play the brave war hero. His pollster, Mark Mellman, had tested a theme line—"John Kerry has the courage to do what's right for America"—and voters seemed to like it. But Kerry didn't. He was uncomfortable with showy displays of any kind, but especially ones that glorified his combat record."

Haven't read much yet, but I think I see where this one is going. Kerry didn't want to use his Vietnam experience as the foundation of his campaign. He wanted to use his incredible legislative record, but was talked into using Vietnam.....

The man is an empty suit who made Vietnam the centerpiece of all his campaigns. I think it's more likely that he realized that the facade he had erected wouldn't hold up (as it didn't). Anyway, I may be jumping the gun on this, but I had to vent on this. Evan Thomas wrote it, and we do know how unbiased he is.

To be fair, Kerry's legisla... (Below threshold)

To be fair, Kerry's legislative record is incredible. I can't believe he spent 20 years in the Senate and accomplished so little. And I can't believe he kept getting re-elected.

Campaign 2004!? Jeez, is <i... (Below threshold)

Campaign 2004!? Jeez, is that ever old news! I'm already blogging about Campaign 2008!

haha I love this paragraph:... (Below threshold)

haha I love this paragraph:
"Edwards played along, but his aides were indignant. They warned the veep candidate that the story was already out of control and about to get worse. Historian Douglas Brinkley, author of a wartime biography of Kerry, cautioned that Kerry's diary included mention of a meeting with some North Vietnamese terrorists in Paris. Edwards was flabbergasted. "Let me get this straight," the senator said. "He met with terrorists? Oh, that's good." "

apparently Edwards didn't know about Kerry meeting with terrorists.

A COMMENT TO SHARE, OFF TOP... (Below threshold)

A COMMENT TO SHARE, OFF TOPIC if Wizbang will allow me to share this (please?):

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Suzy, check out <a href="ht... (Below threshold)

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Thanks, O.K., will do.... (Below threshold)

Thanks, O.K., will do.

Until I can solve the problem I am experiencing, perhaps everyone who wants to read my blog ("BIRD") will visit the mirror site:


I am finally appreciating blogspot's free hosting services. Eating a piece of humble pie here where blogspot is concerned...who is saving the day, with the mirror site contents preserved, while the domain is enirely unavailable.

It's funny bu the chapter t... (Below threshold)
Ralph Gizzip:

It's funny bu the chapter titled "The Bush Daughters" doesn't even talk about them at all.






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