Eric Florack on December 1st, 2003

Four More Years Is A Foregone Conclusion — 12/01/2003: “I suspect the left is feeling the same sense of nausea experienced by the right during the ascendancy of Bob Dole. Sorry folks…but I’m amused.” Great stuff.

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Eric Florack on December 1st, 2003

Eye On The Left is asking the question. So is MSNBC It’s one we’ve asked before. Perhaps it’s time for another letter bomb campaign to Dean HQ to demand an answer to the question, eh? After all, as Dean himself says: “…the time for evasiveness, secrecy, contradictory statements and ducking responsibility is over.”

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Eric Florack on December 1st, 2003

spiked-health | Article | Whose choice? So, do we abort for Hair color next? I ca’t iamgine that the advocates for the disabled wouldn’t be having problems with this. It’s not like we weren’t warned this kind of thing would happen.

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Eric Florack on December 1st, 2003

New York Post Online Edition: Dick Morris: “Hypocrisy in American politics at least provides material for humor. How else are we to view the attempts of Democratic Party leaders to circumvent the McCain-Feingold prohibition on the use of soft money in campaigns after their party insisted on its inclusion in the bill? As the campaign-finance-reform […]

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Eric Florack on December 1st, 2003

Drudge has the headlines, each of these for diferent stories. But the headlines tell the story. Stocks Jump; S&P 500 Hits 18-Month High Factories Hum, Construction Booms Manufacturers hit 20-year record pace So much for the Democrats running on the economy being such a problem.

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Eric Florack on December 1st, 2003

From Billy Beck’s TWO-FOUR this morning…: “‘I take offence to the word ‘beating’. These are trained strikes, and this is clearly not a ‘beating’.’That was Roger Webster — President, Cincinnati Fraternal Order of Police — being a goddamned idiot in his remarks over the episode which resulted in the death Nathaniel Jones in police custody.” […]

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The Greatest Jeneration – Iraqis to Re-Elect Bush 2004! And we want to celebrate Thanksgiving, too! Lots of good reading here… stuff you’ll never see on a press report. Wonder why? You KNOW why, don’t you?

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Eric Florack on December 1st, 2003

ABC7Chicago.com: Protesters turn on Jesse Jackson during rally: “A Loop rally demanding more jobs for young black men turned into a protest against the leadership of Reverend Jesse Jackson” Nice to see they’re starting to wake up.

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Eric Florack on December 1st, 2003

Meme-Killing Time: “One of the most obnoxious and tenacious memes the Democrats have been echoing for the last few months is the ‘Why is Bush not going to funerals of soldiers’ nonsense ” Balloon Juice destroys this argument in a few paragrahps. Well done, guys.

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Eric Florack on December 1st, 2003

I mentioned it in this week’s bit, but didn’t get into it a deeply as I might have. What a contrast between Mr Bush and Hitlery; He goes over and heaps praise on the troups. In the feedback from them, we get nothing but thanks for his recognition.  Do you wonder why we don’t see […]

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Eric Florack on December 1st, 2003

Ya know, if this was a trip Bill Clinton had aranged, the press would be giving it the Micheal Jackson treatment… inventing new angles just so they could keep it on the air for one more hour. But have you noticed? With the exception of a few measly offerings, it’s dropped off the wires. Why? […]

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Eric Florack on December 1st, 2003

I was a little suprised when I actually got a BIT posted more or less on time last night. What I hadn’t expected was some stray code showing up on the result, that linked to the Atlanta Journal and Constitution. I’m still trying to figure out how that bit of Java got there. It’s been […]

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