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   PoliticsPresident George W. Bush Headlines For 2004


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To: MrLucky who wrote (29)3/27/2004 11:25:41 PM
From: Raymond Duray
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GEORGE BUSH, "I SUCK, AND I'M FALLING ON MY SWORD"

Terror backlash hits Bush's votes

guardian.co.uk

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To: MrLucky who wrote (36)3/27/2004 11:28:17 PM
From: Raymond Duray
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GEORGE BUSH: "I'M A CRIMINAL, AND I'M A LOSER"

Alternate Commission to Shed Light Upon Rarely-Asked Questions

sf.indymedia.org

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To: MrLucky who wrote (38)3/27/2004 11:30:08 PM
From: Raymond Duray
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Hey Don Giovanni,

When was the last time Little Lord Fauntleroy visited the lost body parts from his toy soldiers?

Do the sad men who have two stumps instead of arms get to shake George Bush's hand?

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To: PROLIFE who wrote (37)3/31/2004 12:14:36 PM
From: MrLucky
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Majority Supports Bush on Terrorism Poll Finds President Now Leading Kerry

usatoday.com

"WASHINGTON -- Most Americans still approve of President Bush's leadership in the war on terrorism, even after a week of accusations that he failed to pay enough attention to intelligence warnings before the Sept. 11 attacks..."

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To: MrLucky who wrote (52)3/31/2004 2:08:15 PM
From: Quahog
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Bush Terrorism Approval Rating Drops Amid Controversy

Same poll, different reporter.

"A new CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll finds that George W. Bush's approval rating for handling the terrorism issue has dropped to the lowest of his presidency amid the controversy."

gallup.com

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To: Quahog who wrote (53)3/31/2004 11:18:01 PM
From: MrLucky
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Bush Overtakes Kerry
gallup.com
March 30, 2004
Bush Overtakes Kerry
A new CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll finds George W. Bush enjoying increased support in the race for president compared to a poll taken in early March. As a result, Bush now leads Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry among registered voters by a slim margin, 49% vs. 46%. Approval for Bush’s handling of his job is also up slightly, to 53%. Compared to February, the same poll finds Kerry’s favorable image slightly diminished and that Bush has maintained his favorable image ....

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To: MrLucky who wrote (54)4/1/2004 9:30:55 AM
From: Quahog
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I frequently find that many people are so influenced by the headlines that they approach the real content of an article from a biased perspective. The headline really shapes one's opinion of what a story says.

In my experience with media relations, it doesn't matter how much time you spend with a reporter to make sure the facts are right, or to try to get a favorable slant to a story. The reporter doesn't write the headline, the editor does based upon the newspaper's political/social/economic objectives. Can't tell you how many times I see headlines that say the exact opposite of the content of an article.

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To: Quahog who wrote (55)4/1/2004 10:09:44 AM
From: MrLucky
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Agreed. Of course news is not news and cannot be reported, unless it is bad. Example - The good things happening in Iraq get little coverage. The bad are on the pages or the telly for days. The headline is nearly always driven by the media's perspective of the issue. In the case of politics, it is either the right or left bias. I find the major media to mostly left slanted and some cable (FOX) to be right slanted. Newspapers are mostly slanted left. After adding in the political correct filter you have no news. Instead you are blessed with the opinion of some lazy or biased journalist who is intent on making the news versus reporting actual facts. Example of bias - Rueters is a classic in terms of how they report on terrorists and terrorist events. NYT - liberal stronghold on all reporting of politics. LA Times - same deal. Can't leave out the internet since it may have more bias than any of the other media. A need for the discerning eye... :-)

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To: MrLucky who started this subject4/4/2004 7:53:04 AM
From: Quahog
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Bush is the 'most corrupt president', says Nixon aide jailed for Watergate perjury

By Julian Coman in Washington
(Filed: 04/04/2004)

John Dean, Richard Nixon's legal counsel who was jailed for his part in the Watergate scandal, has accused the Bush administration of trumping even the Nixon regime in secrecy, deception and political cynicism.

In the latest book to attack the conduct of the current United States administration, Mr Dean says that it has created potentially the most corrupt, unethical and undemocratic White House in history. . . . .

telegraph.co.uk

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To: MrLucky who started this subject4/4/2004 11:16:00 AM
From: PROLIFE
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How the Bush-hating media abetted Richard Clarke's lies and attempts at character assassination

brookesnews.com

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