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The Lying Equivocating Kerry

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September 17, 2003
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John Kerry’s lifetime of lies and equivocations seems to be finally catching up with him. From the Boston Globe: Just two weeks after John Kerry issued a statement saying that no campaign shakeup loomed, the assurance that all is fine is now apparently, ah, inoperative. Chris Lehane, Kerry’s communications director, has now jumped ship,...

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The Note on Clark

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September 17, 2003
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You’ve got to read everything The Note has to say about Wesley Clark today. All of it is so spot-on that I won’t even try to excerpt the best parts.

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Wesley Clark: Lying Ultra-liberal Nutjob

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September 17, 2003
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Now that Wesley Clark is getting into the presidential race, it’s time to look at just how insane he is. Clark made up a story about someone “from the White House” calling him at home and telling him to link Iraq and 9/11. Faced with questions, Clark was forced to retract his ludicrous accusation...

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The Difference

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September 17, 2003
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Liberals love to claim that the Ninth Circuit’s decision on delaying the California recall is the reap-what-you-sow fruit of Bush v. Gore. However, there’s a key difference between conservative court rulings and liberal court rulings: Respect for deadlines. In Bush v. Gore, the Supreme Court said that it was important to count votes according...

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Wictory Wednesday

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September 17, 2003
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Think there’ll never be a President John Kerry? Think again. Liberal special interest groups are going to spend $250 million (!!) to wage the nastiest, ugliest, dirtiest negative presidential campaign ever in 2004. And they’ll be helped every step of the way by their allies in the lying liberal media. If you like the...

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The Non-Southern Strategy

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September 17, 2003
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John Harwood says the Democrats’ best chance of winning the White House might be to give up the South and focus on Midwestern, Northeastern and Southwestern states: Fellow Democrats lament Mr. Gore’s loss of Tennessee by some 79,000 votes. Yet the vice president’s real missed opportunity came in the Democratic-trending Northeast. With another 8,000...

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Why Bob Graham Will Never Be President

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September 16, 2003
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It’s incomprehensible to me that Bob Graham has won statewide races. Here’s how he greeted Wesley Clark’s entry into the Democratic presidential race: He is a very, uh, intelligent, effective, uh, person. Uh, he will add, uh, in my judgement, substantially, uh, to the voices in this, uh, presidential election, uh, process.

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Edwards Upstaged

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September 16, 2003
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John Edwards’ “official” announcement today that he’s running for president was completely upstaged by Wesley Clark’s announcement to CNN’s Judy Woodruff that he is running for president. Clark’s “official” announcement tomorrow will probably be upstaged by the California recall drama. I almost feel sorry for the ten Democratic dwarfs now running for president.

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Ninth Circuit to Re-examine Decision

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September 16, 2003
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The full Ninth Circuit (“en banc“) is going to re-examine the decision of the original three-judge panel on the recall delay. Don’t get your hopes up, though. Liberals will go to any limit, including banana-republic-style election “postponements” to hold on to power. There’s no shortage of liberal crazies on the Ninth Circuit Court who...

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Postponing the Election

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September 16, 2003
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Following the Ninth Circuit’s logic, the 2004 presidential elections should be postponed: According to a recent report by the Election Reform Information Project, 26 states use punch-card systems in some voting precincts, but 12 have decided to replace them, usually with electronic touch-screen devices. Most of the other states that use punch cards are...

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Arnold on Oprah

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September 16, 2003
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In case you needed more proof that Arnold is a Soccer Mom, The Note sums up his appearance on Oprah yesterday: Before the [court] ruling the story of the day was Arnold Schwarzenegger’s appearance with his wife Maria Shriver on The Oprah Winfrey Show, seen by a whopping 800,000 or so women in California....

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More Kerry Dirt

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September 16, 2003
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Yet more to add to the mountain of proof that John Kerry is a lying hypocrite.

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Burr Leads Bowles

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September 16, 2003
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Republican Richard Burr leads likely Democratic nominee Erskine Bowles 43-37 in the race to replace Senator John Edwards (D-NC). The numbers may look close, but they’re actually very good news. Most North Carolinians have never heard of Burr, but know Bowles well from his 2002 Senate run against Elizabeth Dole. Burr’s numbers can only...

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Dream Candidate

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September 16, 2003
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Dean – the dream candidate: The results of the highly prestigious Poll of the Pollsters are in! I called eight of the best G.O.P. pollsters and strategists and asked them, on a not-for-attribution basis, if they thought Howard Dean would be easier to beat than the other major Democratic presidential candidates. Here, and I’m...

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The Dean Cocoon

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September 16, 2003
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I’ve often said that Howard Dean would be the GOP’s dream Democratic presidential candidate. I even helped raise money for Dean in the crucial second quarter, which helped catapult him to the front of the nine dwarfs pack with a $7.6 million quarter. This quarter, don’t be surprised if Dean raises more money than...

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