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  • FREEP IDEA! (Florida)

    09/23/2002 6:30:48 PM PDT · by katherineisgreat · 28 replies · 544+ views
    Bradenton Herald ^ | 9/22/02 | Rod Harmon
    rowspan="7"> Posted on Sun, Sep. 22, 2002 An 'Unprecedented' examination of Florida's flawed 2000 election ROD HARMON Herald Staff Writer On Jan. 20, 2001, Joan Sekler and Richard Ray Perez watched George W. Bush take the oath of office to become the 43rd president of the United States.It was the culmination of the most controversial and rancorous presidential election in American history. For the new administration, the issue was closed. But to many others, there were still disturbing questions.Why were thousands of non-felons, most of them blacks, taken off the voter rolls as part of a felon purge list? Why...
  • Left-wing celebrities to President: Your either with us or against us! (Barfo!)

    09/23/2002 11:09:31 PM PDT · by Draakan · 49 replies · 357+ views
    Media Research Center ^ | Monday September 23, 2002 | Brent Baker
    A bunch of left-wing celebrities, including Ed Asner, Ossie Davis, Jane Fonda, Danny Glover, Casey Kasum, Susan Sarandon, Oliver Stone and Marisa Tomei, helped pay for a full page ad in last Thursday’s New York Times denouncing President Bush’s war on terrorism. Also adding their name to the ad: Time magazine contributor Barbara Ehrenreich and Steve Earle, singer of John Walker’s Blues. (To see how NBC’s Today showcased him: http://www.mediaresearch.org/cyberalerts/2002/cyb20020820.asp#4) Across the top of the page the ad screamed: “PRESIDENT BUSH has declared: 'you're either with us or against us.’ Here is our answer:” The ad, paid for by a...

    09/24/2002 12:28:02 AM PDT · by kattracks · 34 replies · 123+ views
    New York Post | 9/24/02 | Post Wire Services
    AL GORE:Against Iraq attack. September 24, 2002 -- Former Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore came out strongly yesterday against any "precipitous" U.S. attack on Iraq, saying the Bush administration has embarked on a dangerous course that could alienate allies and derail the war on terror. "If you are going after Jesse James, you ought to organize the posse first," Gore said in a speech to the Commonwealth Club of California. He added, "We should focus first and foremost on our top priority - winning the war against terrorism." In one of the strongest Democratic broadsides yet launched against U.S....
  • Gore's Attack on Bush Shows Iraq Flip-Flop

    09/23/2002 6:00:44 PM PDT · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 75 replies · 154+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 9/23/02 | Limbacher
    In a curious flip-flop, failed Democrat presidential nominee Al Gore today attacked Bush's push for war against Iraq. "After Sept. 11, we had enormous sympathy, goodwill and support around the world," Gore said in San Francisco. "We've squandered that, and in one year we've replaced that with fear, anxiety and uncertainty, not at what the terrorists are going to do but at what we are going to do." In his first major speech on Iraq, Gore accused Bush of abandoning the goal of a world where nations follow laws. "That concept would be displaced by the notion that there is...
  • Gore Tirades Against Bush

    09/24/2002 1:08:55 AM PDT · by hawaiian · 70 replies · 198+ views
    <p>Here's the link to Gore's endless rant against Bush, his jealousy oozing from the entire, embarrassing-for-Gore diatribe.</p>
  • Pat Buchanan is Officially Irrelevant

    09/23/2002 2:30:16 PM PDT · by Frapster · 168 replies · 235+ views
    9/23/2002 | Frapster
    Today, for the first time in my Freeper career, I stumbled upon a 'live' thread in time to participate. MSNBC was airing a program (I don't watch this station long) being hosted by Pat Buchanan et al. They were setting this speech up as a politically important speech that could have a significant effect upon the current administration's Iraq agenda. After listening to the speech it was quite obvious that Al Gore had little to nothing new to say in regards to the rhetoric already stated by so many anti-bush talking heads and media types around the world. The speech...

    09/23/2002 12:06:30 PM PDT · by Wait4Truth · 387 replies · 442+ views
    MSNBC | 9/23/02 | Wait4Truth
    Thought you guys would not want to miss the algore trying to upstage President Bush in whatever way he can. Join in and have your say! LOL!