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#21 Posted on 3.9.04 0759.51
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    Originally posted by Von Maestro
    Of all the major network guys, Russert is the only one I can't tell for sure where his political ideologies reside... and that is a good thing.
I would agree on Meet the Press, but Russert sure did sound like a typical media Kerry apologist after Cheney's speech the other night.
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#22 Posted on 3.9.04 0817.15
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    Originally posted by Grimis
      Originally posted by Von Maestro
      Of all the major network guys, Russert is the only one I can't tell for sure where his political ideologies reside... and that is a good thing.
    I would agree on Meet the Press, but Russert sure did sound like a typical media Kerry apologist after Cheney's speech the other night.



He was on the Today Show this morning and appeared quite the objective reporter.
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#23 Posted on 3.9.04 0901.25
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Finally heard some audio from this confrontation. I love when Miller talks about his two pages front and back.
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#24 Posted on 3.9.04 0913.12
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This mofo is straight up CRAZY. Howard Dean ain't got nothing on him.

And challenging Matthews to a duel? The Confrontation on the Plantation is on man...it's ON.
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#25 Posted on 4.9.04 0013.32
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I disagree. I like Zell, I'd much rather Zell was still on our side, and I think he did come out of that interview looking good. I can't understand how the GOP can parade him out there with their disdain of "flip-floppers" though.

I also don't udnerstand how you can run on the same domestic platform and promises of 4 years ago, when you've had control of congress and the presidency for the last three years. I mean, do you really think nobody's going to catch on and say "hey, if that's such a great idea, why didn't you do it last time around?"

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#26 Posted on 4.9.04 1110.55
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    Originally posted by MoeGates
    I also don't udnerstand how you can run on the same domestic platform and promises of 4 years ago, when you've had control of congress and the presidency for the last three years. I mean, do you really think nobody's going to catch on and say "hey, if that's such a great idea, why didn't you do it last time around?"

    (edited by MoeGates on 4.9.04 0114)


Seriously, they have been blaming it on members of their own party that aren't Republican enough to see the big picture.
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#27 Posted on 7.9.04 1749.07
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I see this as a no lose situation on the Republicans end in putting Miller out there... People who actually thought he lunatic rant made sense would think he's amazing on turning on Kerry. People who think he's got a screw loose see's the (D) under his name think well it's the Democrats nut job.
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#28 Posted on 8.9.04 0724.19
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    Originally posted by Net Hack Slasher
    I see this as a no lose situation on the Republicans end in putting Miller out there... People who actually thought he lunatic rant made sense would think he's amazing on turning on Kerry. People who think he's got a screw loose see's the (D) under his name think well it's the Democrats nut job.


A nut case that the Rep's gave a prominent place to during their convention. He came off so whacky though that he made Ros Perot look normal. Likely he will just be ignored from now on.
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#29 Posted on 8.9.04 0834.36
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    Originally posted by MoeGates
    I also don't understand how you can run on the same domestic platform and promises of 4 years ago, when you've had control of congress and the presidency for the last three years. I mean, do you really think nobody's going to catch on and say "hey, if that's such a great idea, why didn't you do it last time around


Bush is probably the first President to run for re-election blaming all his problems on the previous administration.
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#30 Posted on 8.9.04 0929.28
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    Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastard
    Bush is probably the first President to run for re-election blaming all his problems on the previous administration.
Are you watching the same election I am?
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#31 Posted on 8.9.04 1115.42
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    Originally posted by Grimis
      Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastard
      Bush is probably the first President to run for re-election blaming all his problems on the previous administration.
    Are you watching the same election I am?


I don't think ANYBODY is watching the same election that you are.

=D

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#32 Posted on 8.9.04 1156.47
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    Originally posted by Grimis
      Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastard
      Bush is probably the first President to run for re-election blaming all his problems on the previous administration.
    Are you watching the same election I am?


Blaming all his problems on the current administration, I meant to say. It was a joke I left the punchline out of.
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#33 Posted on 9.9.04 0230.59
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I think Bush should run for Senate of a small state. I mean you listen to Bush talk constantly about Kerry flip-flop on subjects in the last 25 years it seems to be so much more important than whatever Bush as President could do the last 4 years as he seems to ignore that.

Usually when you have a President going for his 2nd term it's a referendum on him. You have your opponent trying to say all the things that the president did wrong & how he would have done it different. As the sitting President talks about all the right things he's done & how re-electing him it will move on to the next phase... Bush is smart & changing the rules, he's attacking everything about his opposition therefore deflecting what he has done in the last 4 years, everything from misinformation, scandals, wars, deficits & the economy. His greatest quality is an abstract thing like being "A good leader". But if you look at the meat & potatoes of the last 4 years & stack them up. There's a lot of material you can use against Bush. When he talks about Kerry & not about his own term as president it comes off as "I know I wasn't very good, but this Kerry guy is going to be BRUTAL". Not very positive.
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