Eric Florack on August 10th, 2004

Apparently, but not quite what you think. Jason Smith, of Generation WHY? who is guest blogging at Blogs For Bush has noted a very interesting trend. 2000 George W. Bush – government before Presidential campaign – 4 years Al Gore – government before Presidential campaign – 22 years 1996 Bill Clinton – government before Presidential […]

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Eric Florack on August 10th, 2004

(Yes, I know the title’s mis-spelled… I trackbacked the post before I noted the typo… arrgh) Captain’s Quarters makes note that the legal threats from the Kerry camp have not stopped. “Apparently unable to respond substantively to the charges outlines by the Swift Boat Veterans for the Truth, the Left has instead decided to run […]

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Eric Florack on August 10th, 2004

Every once in a great while you run across some comment that you know is going to totally offend, be totally inflamitory, and you know is exactly correct, at the same time.Hugh Hewitt strikes such a cord today. ARE THEY PLAYING THE SOUNDS OF SILENCE?: Not a word from the big lefty blogs on John […]

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Eric Florack on August 10th, 2004

A story on the …AP Wire just now just about made me spill my coffee…. “SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – A Nebraska man who once weighed more than half a ton has lost 321 pounds in a Sioux Falls hospital, with a goal of losing another 450 pounds. Patrick Deuel, 42, of Valentine, weighed 1,072 pounds […]

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Eric Florack on August 10th, 2004

OK, I’m not sure where he got this, but a reader passed this on, and it seemed a good idea to post it. I have my disagreements with O’Reilly, some of them quite pronounced… but it’s nice to see someone give serious challange to that idiot Krugman. The text from what I saw of the […]

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Eric Florack on August 10th, 2004

I’m going to come right out and say it. It’s time for John Kerry to come clean with the American people whose votes he’s asking for… nay.. Demanding. Many questions have come forward of late as regards what has become the center of his campaign for office… questions he’s been less than honest with us […]

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Eric Florack on August 10th, 2004

One of the very few people who served with John Kerry who is actually willing to go to bat for him, Jim Rassmann, writes in the WSJ today: “But when the noise and fog of their distortions and lies have cleared, a man who volunteered to serve his country, a man who showed up for […]

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Eric Florack on August 10th, 2004

You’ll recall I’m looking at moving off Blogger sometime before the end of the year. I’ve found the host I want to deal with, and so have been concentrating on what software to run. Thusfar, I’m finding that WORDPRESS is attractive to me. I’ll be grateful for some advise, particularly from people who have run […]

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Eric Florack on August 10th, 2004

AP: Porter Goss to be DCI: “WASHINGTON (AP) – President Bush has chosen Rep. Porter Goss, chairman of the House intelligence committee and a one-time Army intelligence operative and CIA officer, to head the embattled agency. “ A solid choice.  It should be noted that at 65, Goss represents a fairly short term choice; perhaps […]

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