May 3 - 4  2003  Weekend Edition

Freedom-Fried Republicans
Washington Post, DC - By E. J. Dionne Jr.

 ...A nameless White House aide was quoted recently in the New York Times offering this thoughtful, considered critique of Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry: "He looks French." Substitute almost any other racial, ethnic or religious group for "French" and imagine the outcry against bigotry. But there was no outcry.


The cartoon today was inspired by wondering if Tom DeLay is French.






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"We should know that too much of anything, even a good thing, may prove to be our undoing...[We] need ... to set definite boundaries on our appetites."

--The Book of Virtues, by William J. Bennett


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Bill Bennett's Gambling "Problem"
The Weekly Standard, DC - 5-3-03
... Should we care? by Jonathan V. Last. FIRST THINGS FIRST: I don't know Bill Bennett, I've never even met him, and I don't have any interest in his rise or fall. ...
       Bill Bennett Rolls Dice On Reputation - CBS News
       Bill Bennett Has Wagered Millions -
       'Virtues' author concedes heavy gambling - United Press International
       Atlanta Journal Constitution - New York Times 

Bill Bennett is one of the most condescending critics of Democrats, especially President Clinton*.  It sounds like the man needs help in more ways than one.

*His brother Bob Bennett defended President Clinton during "the impeachment."


Democrat Meeting airs on TV at awkward hour
San Francisco Chronicle, CA - 5-3-03

Washington -- As President Bush feasts on a bounty of national television coverage, nine Democrats trying to unseat him will scrap for a few crumbs tonight ...

"The Lincoln sailors had been gone for nearly a year, and were almost home but had to wait for several more hours just so Bush could have one last photo-op from his glorious massacre." - Barry Crimmins



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