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News & Views, 11/8/04


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Other than keeping you posted on the developing effort to “bork” Arlen Specter, I’ll be taking the next couple of days off to finish up a book on the 2004 Election so that it will be available in time for your Christmas shopping (a perfect stocking stuffer for the black sheep liberal in your family!). It’ll be a “best of” compilation of News & Views nuggets dating back to the Democrat primary and running through the post-election wailing and recriminations on the left...especially by Michael Moore.

In fact, I’m gonna dedicate the book to lard-butt for being as responsible as any other individual American for re-electing President Bush and am trying to come up with an appropriate title...

“Some Heinz With Your Crow, Mr. Moore?”

“Dude, Where’s My Victory?”

“Bowling for a Stupid, White Loser”

Got any other suggestions? Please send ‘em my way. Will be back in a few days. Here’s a new News & Views to hold you over.

- Chuck


“President Bush has carried Iowa, a Gore state in 2000, making the final electoral vote total 286-252. Despite Bush's much larger popular margin, only two other states changed parties from 2000: New Hampshire to Kerry and New Mexico to Bush.”

- James Taranto, Best of the Web, 11/5/04


“Although more people voted for President Bush than for any other president in American history, it was still a narrow victory - and a narrow escape for this great nation. Can you imagine what it would be like with a Massachusetts liberal filling the federal courts across the country, including the Supreme Court, with liberal judges who would turn more criminals loose for decades to come, as well as repeatedly overruling the voting public's right to govern itself…”

- Columnist Thomas Sowell


“In an item yesterday, we quoted Howard Dean as saying: ‘More Americans voted against George Bush than any sitting president in history.’ That's actually true, but not of the current George Bush. In 1992, 44.9 million people voted for Bill Clinton and 19.7 million for Ross Perot, meaning that 64.6 million people voted against George H.W. Bush, nearly 10 million more than voted against his son on Tuesday.”

- James Taranto, Best of the Web, 11/5/04


“Three billionaires alone - George Soros, Peter Lewis and Stephen Bing - spent more than $60 million to defeat the president.”

- Columnist Jack Kelly


“Just months after describing Americans as ‘idiots,’ liberal Canadian legislator Carolyn Parrish declared that she was ‘dumbfounded’ by President George W. Bush's victory in this week's U.S. presidential election. ‘I guess it's a reflection of the profound psychological damage of 9/11,’ Parrish surmised, commenting that Bush is a ‘war-like man’ who should not have been reelected.”

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“The news media emphasized anti-Bush stories, even if they were false, and buried anti-Kerry stories, even though they were true, throughout the campaign.”

- Columnist Jack Kelly


“The Democrats threw everything they had at this election. They ran a phony Vietnam War hero and a phony Southerner. They had middle-aged women executives at MTV hawking ‘Rock the Vote’ to entice the most uninformed young people to vote for Kerry. They had Bruce Springsteen, Dave Matthews and New York Times darling Eminem. They had documentaries, books, the universities, Hollywood (and the French!) on their side.

“They had liberal thugs ransacking Bush-Cheney headquarters, stealing Bush-Cheney signs and slashing the tires of Bush-Cheney get-out-the-vote vans on Election Day. In Colorado, they traded voter registrations for crack cocaine. In Ohio, they registered Mary Poppins and Dick Tracy. In South Carolina, Emily's List called Republican households and gave them incorrect information about the location of polling places.

“The media campaigned heavily for Kerry with endless Abu Ghraib coverage, phony National Guard documents and, days before the election, false news reports that hundreds of tons of munitions had been looted in Iraq.

“The Democrats' cheating never stopped. The big story of this election is the fraudulent exit polls on Election Day. . . . But for all their chicanery, vote-stealing, Hollywood starlets, fake polls and faux patriotism, the Democrats were wiped out on Election Day.”

- Columnist Ann Coulter


"We have lost just about everything that we can lose."

- House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi


“ ’This is a deeply divided nation and the president’s job now is to unify us.’ You’re going to hear those and similar words and phrases over and over in the next few days, weeks and months. And they are a lot of hooey. Thrown at us largely by naïve do-gooders or cynical politicians with their own axes to grind. . . . We are divided because we are a free people, free to choose our leaders, our occupations and where to stand on the issues. You don’t want division? Then go to Cuba or China or Syria or some other place where expressing your opinion can cost you your freedom or your life.”

- Lyn Nofziger, Musings, 11/4/04


“Another post-blowout tactic the Democrats have launched is this ‘conciliation’ line. Now that the voters in this country have soundly rejected the leftist agenda, the left somehow has reached the conclusion that George Bush most move toward the left in a effort to reconcile, not the other way around. After four years of bitter partisanship from the Democrats, the Democrats are telling George Bush that he must avoid being partisan. Really, you have to hand it to these guys. Nads the size of cantaloupes.”

- Talk-show host Neal Boortz


What should Congress do about the McCain-Feingold law next year?

· Nothing...leave it as is
· Make it tougher by fixing the “527” loophole
· Remove the speech limitations, leave rest intact
· Repeal the entire law
· Who cares?

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Chuck Muth
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Middle River, MD 21220


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re: Neil Boortz' Conciliate This
I'm with Arnold. Why should we talk to them - they're LOSERS!!!

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