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Posted by Mark on July 19, 2002

Had the opposite occurred, it would have been the lead story on all 3 networks, plus several hours of coverage would have ensued on CNN and MSNBC, with Phil Donahue cheering for the hecklers.

It didn’t. The crowd supported George Bush. This is why you heard nothing about it from the mainstream media.
Cheers drown out jeers at Bush Michigan speech — The Washington Times

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Posted by Mark on July 19, 2002

Well, had just a few minutes. The wake is at 4:00 pm, the Funeral tomorrow.

My father in law was born in 1917, he died in 2002. What a staggering amount of history he saw. When the dust settles, I may spend some time reflecting on the history seen in those years, and posting some thoughts. See ya!

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Posted by Mark on July 19, 2002

I love the last paragraph of this report on the latest polls on Mr Bush:

The polls do agree on one important question: The Post found the president’s job-approval rating to be 72 percent, while the Times placed it at 70 percent. Still, the two papers’ surveys seem to be the product of alternate universes in opinion polling. And there is, unfortunately, no way to fully compare the two. While the Post’s editors have posted the entire results on their website (you can read them here), the Times’s editors have chosen not to release their full results. When it comes to the Times’s conclusion that the poll shows “considerable peril” for the White House, you’ll just have to trust them.

And we all know how fair and balanced the New York Times is, right?

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Posted by Mark on July 19, 2002

Ann Coulter writes about one of the most influential women in the last half of the 20th century. You won’t hear her mentioned in any feminist literature, except possibly with a profanity in front of it.

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Posted by Mark on July 19, 2002

Well, had just a few minutes. The wake is at 4:00 pm, the Funeral tomorrow.
My father in law was born in 1917, he died in 2002. What a staggering amount of history he saw. When the dust settles, I may spend some time reflecting on the history seen in those years, and posting some thoughts. See ya!

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Posted by Mark on July 19, 2002

I love the last paragraph of this report on the latest polls on Mr Bush:

The polls do agree on one important question: The Post found the president’s job-approval rating to be 72 percent, while the Times placed it at 70 percent. Still, the two papers’ surveys seem to be the product of alternate universes in opinion polling. And there is, unfortunately, no way to fully compare the two. While the Post’s editors have posted the entire results on their website (you can read them here), the Times’s editors have chosen not to release their full results. When it comes to the Times’s conclusion that the poll shows “considerable peril” for the White House, you’ll just have to trust them.

And we all know how fair and balanced the New York Times is, right?

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Posted by Mark on July 19, 2002

Ann Coulter writes about one of the most influential women in the last half of the 20th century. You won’t hear her mentioned in any feminist literature, except possibly with a profanity in front of it.

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Posted by Mark on July 19, 2002

Here’s Peggy for today, folks. I’ve barely had time to skim it.

The wake is tonite, the funeral tomorrow morning at 11.

For those of you at good ole’ UBH, hope things are going well. I’ll see ya on Tuesday.

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Posted by Mark on July 19, 2002

Here’s Peggy for today, folks. I’ve barely had time to skim it.
The wake is tonite, the funeral tomorrow morning at 11.
For those of you at good ole’ UBH, hope things are going well. I’ll see ya on Tuesday.

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