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A new poll conducted by Zogby International for The O’Leary Report and Southern Methodist University’s John Tower Center from February 12-15, 2004 of 1,209 likely voters with a margin of error of +/- 2.8 percentage points found that if the election for president were held today, Democrat John Kerry would edge George W. Bush 46% to 45% in the “blue states” – or states won by Al Gore in the 2000 election.  In the “red states,” or states won by George W. Bush in 2000, however, Bush wins handily by a 51% to 39% margin.


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During a 2000 Republican presidential primary debate, then Texas Governor George Bush cited Jesus Christ as his favorite political philosopher. The 2000 Democratic nominee, then Vice-President Al Gore, told a reporter that he often asked himself: "What would Jesus do?" when making political de... [read on]
     - By Benjamin Duncan, Aljazeera
         (3/29/2004)


Terror guru's revelations send Bush team into chaos

CAMPAIGN NIGHTMARE:The damning testimony of former terrorism adviser Richard Clarke has left the Bush team in disarray as their approval ratings begin to decline Republicans fear the devastating revelations about their failure to see al-Qaeda as an imminent threat before the Sept. 11, 2001 terror... [read on]
     - The Taipei Times
         (3/29/2004)


Bush: A Question Of Credibility - Will Richard Clarke's revelations do much damage to The President?

The headlines sent Democratic hearts racing: Former White House counterterrorism chief accuses the President of brushing off dire warnings of an imminent al Qaeda threat before September 11, then fixating on punishing Iraqi strongman Saddam Hussein even though no proof existed that he was involved i... [read on]
     - By Richard S. Dunham, Business Week
         (3/29/2004)


Terror backlash hits Bush's votes

Republicans fear the devastating revelations about their failure to see Al Qaeda as an imminent threat before the Sept 11 terrorist attacks have seriously dented President George Bush's election campaign. At the end of a week of hugely damaging publicity surrounding the allegations made by Bush'... [read on]
     - By Paul Harris , Hi Pakistan
         (3/29/2004)


New era lets Kerry quietly be Catholic

As John Kerry campaigned across Ohio in the week before the state's primary, some partisans and reporters did a double take after seeing a dark smudge on his forehead. The dark spot was ash, administered at an Ash Wednesday service at St. John Cathedral in downtown Cleveland. It was one of t... [read on]
     - By Tom Diemer , The Plain Dealer
         (3/29/2004)


The Media Politics of 9/11

For 30 months, 9/11 was a huge political blessing for George W. Bush. This week, the media halo fell off. Within the space of a few days, culminating with his testimony to the Sept. 11 commission Wednesday afternoon, former counterterrorism chief Richard Clarke did serious damage to a public-rel... [read on]
     - by Norman Solomon, Common Dreams, FAIR, Media Monitors Network, Dissident Voice, Antiwar.com
         (3/28/2004)


Terror backlash hits Bush's votes - The damning testimony of former terrorism adviser Richard Clarke has left the President's team in disarray as their approval ratings begin to fall

Republicans fear the devastating revelations about their failure to see al-Qaeda as an imminent threat before the 11 September terrorist attacks have seriously dented President George Bush's election campaign. At the end of a week of hugely damaging publicity surrounding the allegations made by Bu... [read on]
     - By Paul Harris, The Guardian, UK
         (3/28/2004)


War president goes on the defensive

UNTIL now, it has been an article of faith that President George Bush’s stewardship of the nation after the September 11 attacks would help him win re-election, granting this self-styled "war president" an automatic measure of goodwill among many voters and shielding him from bad news about the econ... [read on]
     - Bt Linda Feldmann and Liz Marlantes, The Scotsman, UK
         (3/28/2004)


Terror backlash hits Bush's votes

Republicans fear the devastating revelations about their failure to see al-Qaeda as an imminent threat before the September 11 terrorist attacks have seriously dented United States President George Bush's election campaign. At the end of a week of hugely damaging publicity surrounding the allegat... [read on]
     - Mail & Guardian, South Africa
         (3/28/2004)

 

 

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