December 10, 2003 Wednesday
Dean rivals brush off announcement
Marin Independent-Journal, CA - 12-10-03
...The Clintons say they won't endorse in the primary. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., said she considers it "important to coalesce around a nominee" picked by the party.
"I remember back in December of 1991, when my husband was, I don't think, above 4 percent in the polls," she said in New York. "I remember all the way through the months of the primaries and the caucuses there was a hard-fought battle."...
Clark not ruling out Sen. Clinton as running mate
Portsmouth Herald, NH - 12-10-03
... Hillary Clinton - she ... Clark made his comments about Clinton the same day that former Vice President Al Gore endorsed Clark rival Howard Dean, boosting ...
Wesley Clark: Hillary Clinton could be my veep
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel, FL - 12-1-9-03
PORTSMOUTH, NH -- On the presidential campaign trail Tuesday, Wesley Clark said he has not ruled out Hillary Clinton as his running mate, if he wins the ...
Wesley Clark is as intelligent as he is Hollywood handsome.
Hopefuls take issue with debate
NH Primary, United States - 12-10-03
... Howard ... Gephardt and Lieberman’s campaign both pointed out that Dean contradicted himself from last July when he supported sending in more ... Wesley Clark ...
Debate avoids many critical issues - Portsmouth Herald
Clark: Iraq war a '$150b mess' - Boston Globe
THE DEAN NATION
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Today in History - December 10
Mississippi becomes the 20th state in the United
1868: The world's first traffic lights, built off London's Parliament Square, begin operation.
1869: The territory of Wyoming authorizes women to vote and hold office.
1901: The first Nobel Prizes are awarded in Stockholm, Sweden, in the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, and peace.
1950: Dr. Ralph Bunche becomes the first African-American to receive a Nobel Peace Prize.
1953: With an investment of $7,600, Hugh Hefner published the first "Playboy" magazine.
1964: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., received the Nobel Peace Prize.
1967: Otis Redding and four members of the Bar-Kays (Otis’ backup group) were killed in the crash of a private plane near Madison, Wisconsin
While I have no problem with the exam paper from Alan I would like
to point out that most of the answers came from a book entitled
Anguished English by Richard Lederer. It's a very funny book which is
made up of the many mistakes made by students and many others.
In fact most of them are from American students.
p.s. I doubt Dubya could have answered as well as was written.
So good to hear from you again.
Alan does with words, what I do with phototoons. A collage, of sorts. haha
I just love British humor.
Thanks for writing.
don't they make the whole plane out of that black box stuff."
US: Bush Offers Concession On Taiwan To Visiting Chinese
Bush rejects reported new North Korean nuclear offer
"But I don't get a lot of business because
my nephew is president or my brother was president."
- Prescott Bush, Jr. - China/USA Chamber of Commerce
click here for 2002 USA Today article
I did a toon last year about Prescott Bush click here
C & C has a nice ring to it.
"The New York Times says a lot of people in Iraq are afraid Saddam Hussein could come back. Come back? He never left, he's still there!" —Jay Leno
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Bust Bob Novak: Tell Novak's Bosses to Give the Traitor the Boot!
Commentary: Bob Witkowski AtWitsEnd.org (scroll down)
12/09/03 - And What About Albert?
Okay..big news today is Gore's endorsement of Dean. My first reaction was shock. (Why Dean? Why now?) My second reaction was sadness. (Poor Joe. Didn't even get called. Poor John, after all he did for you in 2000. Poor Wesley...well, doesn't matter.) My third reaction was 'Who cares'?
And that's the one I'm going with. I don't intend to be specious here. But really, what does it matter other than coverage over two news cycles? Not much....
Call Me, Al
Mother Jones, CA - 12-10-03
... Joseph Lieberman, Gore’s running-mate in 2000, expressed surprise at Gore's decision,
saying, "Al Gore has endorsed someone here who has taken positions ...
"They had a big blizzard down in Washington D.C. It was bad, so bad that President Bush had to cancel six fund-raisers." —David Letterman
"Americans have different ways of saying
things. They say "elevator", we say "lift" ... they say "President", we say
"stupid psychopathic git."
General Wesley Clark
General Wesley K. Clark
• West Point Valedictorian
• Oxford University Masters Degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics
• Rhodes Scholar
• Vietnam Veteran
• Four Star General
• NATO Supreme Allied Commander (SACEUR) - Kosovo
• Board Chairman Wavecrest
• CNN Analyst
George W. Bush
Don't Forget Florida.
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