Put It In Your Pantry with Your Cupcakes

Saturday, November 06, 2004

Understanding the 2004 Presidential Election:

"Where did her two colleagues get their factually erroneous information? The caller explained that they attended the same evangelical church, and got their information from a sermon their minister had given on the subject.
The talk show host conceded that the caller was correct on all of the points she'd raised. And then he made a comment to this effect: 'This isn't the first time I have had callers raise this nonsense being spread from the pulpit. Now I am a Christian, but I am not an ignorant Christian. What in the world are they thinking spreading this erroneous junk information?' "
No Compromise

Thursday, November 04, 2004

Why Did CNN Change Their Exit Poll Data for Ohio After 1:00 AM? - A BuzzFlash News Analysis
Kerry Won

Monday, November 01, 2004

t r u t h o u t - William Rivers Pitt | Stand, Be Counted, Vote:

"A report by Thomas DeFrank in Saturday's New York Daily News quotes a Bush/Cheney campaign official stating, 'Anything that makes people nervous about their personal safety helps Bush.' This campaign official went on to describe the appearance of bin Laden as 'a little gift' to the Bush/Cheney election effort. If voters are seeking to establish a difference between the candidates, these comments help to make that difference clear. Only one campaign looks to profit from the fears of the electorate. Only one campaign views the continued freedom of bin Laden as a gift."

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