Eric Florack on August 18th, 2004

Want more detail on McGreevey than I’ve given you? Here ya go.

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“Saddam Hussein periodically removed guards on the Syrian border and replaced them with his own intelligence agents who supervised the movement of banned materials between the two countries, U.S. investigators have discovered.” So reports The Washington Times Now, what did I say? What did I say? And again, what did I say?

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Eric Florack on August 18th, 2004

The Palm Beach Post follows up on the story of that 480 lb woman, Gayle Grinds, who died after 6 years on the couch. Lots of questions on this one. I expect we’ll not see any answers, here, though. Update: Link’s been fixed. Blogger did something recently and I’m getting lots of weird converted text […]

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He who does not need the links, and whose toes we are not worthy to lick clean makes note of an interesting claim by Tom Harkin. Harkin who recently called VP Dick Cheney a ‘coward’ for not fighting in ‘nam claimed to have been fighting against North Vietnamise Migs. There is one small problem. Harkin […]

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Eric Florack on August 18th, 2004

New York Post Online Edition news: “WASHINGTON %97 Vietnam veterans opposing John Kerry have scored a hit with a tough TV ad that claims he lied about his war record %97 it makes swing voters think twice about backing Kerry%2C an independent study has found. “

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The Jackson Sun News has an article up on their site today that suggests there are a lot of stars coming out to help Preident Bush: “HENDERSONVILLE – A group of politically conservative country music stars launched a get-out-the-vote project Tuesday, saying all Americans have a responsibility to vote in November regardless of their political […]

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Eric Florack on August 18th, 2004

Captain Ed over at the Captain’s Quarters makes note of a story about Kerry’s personal Journal, which has itself exposed yet another Kerry Lie. Kerry writes in his journal claiming he has not been shot at yet a week after the event that got him his frst Purple Heart. Neal Boortz notes this as well, […]

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Eric Florack on August 18th, 2004

Jim Pinkerton adds himself to the list of people who read this slimeball as I did a few days ago in this space. “By playing the sex card – even better, the gay-sex card – New Jersey Gov. Jim McGreevey bought himself some grace from the media and a bump-up in public opinion. Gubernatorial corruption […]

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Eric Florack on August 18th, 2004

John Podhoretz this morning makes note of the incredulous response from Kamp Kerry to re-deployment of troups recently announced. Kerry and his people are seriously ticked, saying this is politically motivated…. Ignoring, of course, the fact that this move has been in the planning stages since 2000. Their underlying issue? The UnAmerican left’s historical butt-kissing […]

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Eric Florack on August 18th, 2004

The Washington Times also reports this monring that there seems to be a squriming issue going on over in Kamp Kerry: “Sen. John Kerry’s campaign said yesterday that the Democratic presidential nominee is not hiding any of his war records and has in fact released them all to the public. ” The spokesmonkey makes the […]

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Eric Florack on August 18th, 2004

The Washington Times, which is the only paper in the DC area worth more than the dead tree it’s printed on, has decided to print parts of the new Best Seller “UNFIT FOR COMMAND”. The first of three is up this morning.

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Eric Florack on August 18th, 2004

And where did this photo come from, you ask? Why the company’s website. Before they took it down.. presumably at the request of Senator Kerry’s people. Lifted without shame from FlashBunny.org . Make them a part of your daily reading.

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