An example of how Bush was an asshole to McCain He repeatedly interrupted McCain and, in more than once case, answered a question for him. In a September 10 column she writes: And until now, Cheney has refused to discuss it. Pruden used "the most clinical translation I could think of," he says, "to let the reader know that the [presidential candidate] called [Clymer] this By Toby Harnden, in Washington.
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It went something like this: If even CNN hasn't already gobbled up this story, there's no chance of it's validity. When most people say, "That sucks," they only mean that something "stinks," rather than making a reference to oral sex. If the media has to overexpose something, at least they're on the right track showing this guy as the over-priveldged frat-boy he is. From the bottom of the article:
The Boston Globe, which uses the actual A-word, frames the story this way: At the same time, the electoral map indicates a considerable tightening in the state-by-state competition since last month's Democratic convention, when Gore's campaign began to take off. Opinion Policies Opinions expressed in columns and letters are those of the author s and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Daily or organizations with which the author s are associated. Nonetheless, Hays' interview with investigative journalist Sy Hersh still contains enough interesting info to make it worth reading despite Hersh's obvious exasperation with the poorly thought out and leading questions he had to put up with. Yes, but wouldn't government money that goes to the salvation army to help them pay for whatever it is they do free up funds to help them try to convert more people to christianity? Early in his Senate career in the s, Santorum, a Pennsylvania Republican, made a poor impression on then-Sen. Notifications from this discussion will be disabled.
That 'story' is stupid. I suppose you might want to check those out before dismissing the article as "complete shit. Taking on the new Republican Party ad that mocks Gore as an Internet inventor and Buddhist temple glad-hander, William Saletan declares: By Howard Kurtz September 5, The proliferation of 17 candidates—a mob so big it needed to be subdivided into two separate debates—is a symptom of a deeper dynamic: Kudos to Hays and the Montreal Mirror for leaving those unflattering yet revealing comments in the article.