From NCPAC | 10/15/2004 2:08:44 PM PDT replied
You may want to keep the "might want to play dirty" comments to private email exchanges! Anyway, what makes you think some of those things don't or haven't occurred?
Re: TIPP Tracking poll...
From NCPAC | 10/18/2004 7:14:44 AM PDT new Most people who write on this site are cool. However, a lot of lurkers peek in to see what the Right is saying. Especially after "Rathergate," FreeRepublic is one of the most watched blog/political sites in the world. As for MO'M, his day is coming. A lot of the reason that everyone knows his history is because of what has gone on beneath the surface.
Re: TIPP Tracking poll..
From NCPAC | 10/18/2004 9:15:03 AM PDT replied FreeRepublic is the site that actually broke the "Rathergate" story. The first person to openly state the memos concerning GWB were forgeries was an FR poster named (I think) Buckhead.
Anyone can lurk on these boards and read what everyone is writing - except in private emails. Private emails are private.
I don't look for the MO'M story to hit for a little bit yet. Chances are Duncan will bring that hammer out when they start beating the hell out of one another in the Dem primary for Governor. However, a lot of what everyone knows about MO'M is because of work that has occurred. It's been a wild ride.
Re: TIPP Tracking poll
From NCPAC | 10/19/2004 3:44:04 AM PDT replied A few folks put in a lot of effort to ensure the MO'M story got some real float.
Did not see the story about the vet suing Sinclair. I'm not surprised to hear it's happening, though. There's always a patsy somewhere willing to do the BS work for the wrong side.
I do forsee Duncan and MO'M beating each other to a pulp. Hell, at this point I hope it's MO'M who wins the primary.
Re: TIPP Tracking poll
From NCPAC | 10/19/2004 3:41:51 PM PDT replied The MO'M story still does have float - so much so that at the premier of "Engine 49" in Baltimore, MO'M and Katie (his wife) were walking around telling the Governor and anyone who would listen that they were "Still together." That's all they'd say - the 'happy couple' would walk up to whomever and say "We're still together."
Further, certain reporters have the story and are holding it - at least for now.
I saw Lieberman got canned. Then I heard (don't know whether it's true) that Sinclair caved under pressure and are not mandating that their stations air "Stolen Honor." Sinclair's Mark Hyman is a protege of MD Governor Ehrlich. Ehrlich helped Hyman land the job at Sinclair.