August 2, 2004 Moanday
Kerry Opens Up
7-Point Poll Lead over Bush
Kerry Slips in Gallup Poll; Newsweek Survey Finds a `Bounce'
Bloomberg - 8-2-04
Aug. 2 (Bloomberg) -- John Kerry lost ground in his race against President George W. Bush in a Cable News Network/USA Today/Gallup ...
'bounce' for Kerry so far
CNN - 8-2-04
(CNN) -- The race between President Bush and Sen. John Kerry is as close as it has ever been, even after the Democratic National
Which poll do you believe?
"At the convention, John Kerry showed up with all his Vietnam crewmates. And not to be outdone, next month at the Republican Convention George W. Bush is going to show up with all his college drinking buddies." —David Letterman
Graphic by Bill Tyler
Muslim troops will not supplement US troops in Iraq, says Saudi FM Daily Times, Pakistan
Saudi: Arabs must replace US forces Newark Star Ledger, NJ
Bombers target Christian churches San Francisco Chronicle, CA
Videos: Iraqi militants kill, free hostage Seattle Post Intelligencer, WA
Bush goes on the stump
And dares say, "results matter."
Is Dubya on drugs?
Cleared sotto voce.
More are here:
Graphic by Stacy
"Last night, wow, John Edwards delivered a positive message to America that hope is on the way, hope is on the way! And today, Dick Cheney replied, 'That is a lie. The world is a pit of misery and despair.'" —Craig Kilborn
U.K. terror attack plan 'in suspect's e-mails' The Scotsman, UK
U.S. braces for attack Toronto Star, Canada
East Coast financial institutions on terror alert Seattle Post Intelligencer, WA
TV adverts star in US campaigns BBC News, UK
Saturday, July 31, 2004
(CNN) -- A former Air Force chief of staff and one-time "Veteran for Bush" said Saturday that America's foreign relations for the first three years of President Bush's term have been "a national disaster" but that the president's Democratic rival was "up to the task" of rebuilding.
Retired Gen. Tony McPeak, the Air Force chief of staff during the first Gulf War...
The AHNC Large Editor must be psychic. This is what he predicted in his weekend column.
The U.S. Military Is in
Bad Good Bad Shape
Article from the 'Proceedings' magazine, the journal of the US Navy Institute reprinted in Military.com. This is what Dubya has done to my 'Band of Brothers'..
Robert P. Adams
member: DAV, Vietnam Veterans of America
Subject: Cartoon for you
Convention fun for you.
Dave, loved your column on Kerry & the military.
Thanks, DamnRebel. The AHNC Large Editor needs e-mail praise to convince the tight-fisted owner/publisher to keep him on the payroll.
"The Democrats have pledged to spend over $250 million to get rid of Bush, and that to me seems excessive. I mean really, all they need is a mountain bike and a pebble." —Craig Kilborn
The creators of South Park and Paramount Studios are releasing a movie using "puppets" lambasting the war on terrorism....the White House fails to see the humor. http://www.teamamericamovie.com/
Powell interviewed in probe of CIA leak Chicago Sun Times, IL
Florida GOP apologizes for warning Washington Times, DC
Bush issuing 9/11 reforms today, but specifics uncertain Chicago Sun Times, IL
Bush's talk on terrorism draws cheers USA Today
Bush Campaign Uses Nazi Ad on Website Aljazeerah.info
Cleveland Editor Takes Heat for Publishing Gun List Editor and Publisher
Bikes Against Bush Wired News
Bush camp solicits race of Star staffer
By C.J. Karamargin
ARIZONA DAILY STAR
President Bush's re-election campaign insisted on knowing the race of an Arizona Daily Star journalist assigned to photograph Vice President Dick Cheney….
4 freed at Guantánamo are ordered kept in a French jail International Herald Tribune, France
Prison-Abuse Scandals Prompt Lawsuits NPR (audio)
Drugs Used to Torture Prisoners at Gitmo Capitol Hill Blue, VA
Go-F*** -Yourself News
Cheney Pumps Bush/Cheney 04 To Republican Faithful. CentralPointNews.com, OR
Cheney set to visit Peterson Air Force Base 9NEWS.com, United States
Check out the link below
A guy was traveling through Mexico on vacation when, lo and behold, he lost his wallet and all identification. Cutting his trip short, he attempts to make his way home but is stopped by the Customs Agent at the border.
"May I see your identification, please?" asks the agent.
"I'm sorry, but I lost my wallet," replies the guy.
"Sure, buddy, I hear that every day. No ID, no crossing the border," says the agent.
"But I can prove that I'm an American!" he exclaims. "I have a picture of Ronald Reagan tattooed on one butt cheek and a picture of Teddy Roosevelt on the other."
"This I gotta see," replies the agent. With that, Joe drops his pants and bends over in front of the agent.
"By golly, you're right!" exclaims the agent. "Go on home to Texas."
"Thanks!" he says. "But how did you know I was from Texas?"
The agent replies, "I recognized the picture of George Bush in the middle."
Apple's Jobs doing well after cancer surgery MacCentral
Guilty Plea in Enron Case washingtonpost.com
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Kerry pledges to cut back on steel imports Indianapolis Star, IN
Kerry Pledges Iraq Troop Cut Within 4 Years Washington Post, DC
Campaign Dogged by Terror Fight New York Times, NY
Kerry sketching exit strategy for Iraq Newsday, NY
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you should call this place all bullsh*t, get over it .............Gore lost.....thank God..............................It is funny reading some of this crap and then think about what a morale piece of sh*t Clinton was...is.........of course ,you can say what you want here in America, all we have to remember is that liberalism is a cancer in America....
Gore wouldn’t have attacked Iraq. He would have stayed the course and gone after Osama bin Laden.
You have a fetish with fecal curse words, you know.
Conservatism gave us:
Liberalism gave us:
I’ll take the five liberal accomplishments any day of the week.
Very Funny Will Ferrell Video: White House West
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Pope: feminism weakens family and promotes homosexuality Sunday Herald, UK
Tiger, Briefly on the Loose, Causes Collision New York Times, NY
is like the Pope coming out in favor of abortion rights."
WENDY KAMINER, a board member of the American Civil Liberties Union, on the group's promise to the government that it will not knowingly hire anyone on watch lists of suspected supporters of terrorism
Black holes, those fearsome galactic traps from which not even light can escape, may not be quite so terminally destructive after all, according to cosmologist Stephen Hawking. This 2001 file photo shows an artist's rendition representing the immediate vicinity of a black hole, with the event horizon depicted as a black sphere. (NASA)