USATODAY.com – Wesley Clark’s fledgling campaign hits its stride
In week one, he gave conflicting statements on how he would have voted last October on the resolution authorizing force against Iraq. In week two, Democrats learned that he was still a registered lobbyist but not yet a registered Democrat. In week three, he tried out his third traveling press aide, his campaign manager quit and the Washington Post wondered whether he was violating federal election law by giving paid speeches. …
Clark sometimes confronts questions about whether he is “a Republican in disguise.” But his anti-Bush rhetoric is as sharp as any Democrat since birth. Bush will need “brothers in the 49 other states” to win in 2004, he says to cheers every time. And “if conservatives were compassionate, they wouldn’t have to put the adjective in front of it.”
The Washington Post summarizes some international reactions to Bush’s PR campaign. My favorite:
”Deaths deal their daily blows to pollyanna Bush,” declares a news story in the Sydney Morning Herald.
washingtonpost.com: In Rallying War Supporters, Bush Riles the Skeptics
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GOP legislators want Abramoff
contacts By Nedra Pickler, Associated Press
In a Washington Post-ABC News poll released Friday, 76 percent of those surveyed
said the Bush administration should provide a list of all meetings any White House officials have had with Abramoff. Two in three
Republicans joined with eight in 10 Democrats and political independents in favoring disclosure, according to the poll.