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When New York City was announced as the site of the Republican National Convention back in January 2003, it seemed an odd choice of location.
George W. Bush is damaged goods, but he has found his campaign voice--the forked tongue of the high road/low road politician.
As Republicans gather in New York City, the Bush campaign will undergo a drastic makeover, camouflaging gutter tactics with a veneer of moderation calculated to help the President win another fou
His refusal to recant his war vote plays into the President's hands.
Bringing more churchgoers into the fold poses a complex challenge for Democrats.
Regular people, just plain working folks
Always stood out in my eyes.
I scorn all those people who drink wine instead
Of eating Frito pies.
The war on the other side of the world was launched with high expectations but is now widely seen as a fiasco.
Why did the pundits declare the Reverend's rousing DNC address to be "off-message"?
The paranoia that young Kerry warned against is now a staple of the Bush re-election campaign, and Kerry must meet it head-on.
Little Richard and the Dems