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  • Huckabee Pardons Under Scrutiny (Note: 2x The Total of 3 Predecessors' Combined)

    12/10/2007 4:07:14 AM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 80 replies · 322+ views
    AP News Via Yahoo ^ | 10 December 2007 3:00 a.m. EST | Andrew DeMillo
    By ANDREW DeMILLO, Associated Press Writer Mon Dec 10, 3:10 AM ET LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - As governor of Arkansas, Mike Huckabee had a hand in twice as many pardons and commutations as his three predecessors combined. The case he's asked about most concerns the parole of a castrated rapist who later killed a woman. Although the Republican presidential contender plays down any personal involvement in that release, Huckabee granted 1,033 pardons and commutations in his 10 1/2 years as governor of Arkansas. The acts of clemency benefited the stepson of a staff member, murderers who worked at the governor's...
  • Who is John Edwards? (Refresher Course In Wake of Iowa Caucus)

    01/20/2004 1:47:04 PM PST · by Recovering_Democrat · 24 replies · 180+ views
    RNC ^ | RNC
    WHO IS JOHN EDWARDS? An Unaccomplished Liberal In Moderate Clothing And A Friend To His Fellow Personal Injury Trial Lawyers.     "Edwards has become a captive of the trial lawyers and the left-wing special interests in Washington. He has lost touch with the average American. Clearly, he is not ready for 'prime time.'"   (Marc Rotterman, "Way Out Of Touch," The [Raleigh] News And Observer, December 8, 2002) THE FACTS ABOUT SENATOR JOHN EDWARDS (D-NC)  EDWARDS IS UNACCOMPLISHED AND "NOT READY FOR PRIME TIME" •      Short Of His Work To Protect The Interests Of Personal Injury Trial Lawyers, Edwards'...
  • New Face Or Old Hand For Democrats? (Edwards)

    01/08/2003 12:08:58 PM PST · by Maceman · 3 replies · 208+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | 1/8/03 | Scott Lehigh
    <p>HEN WAGERING on the Democratic presidential nominee, the fresh face on the national scene has usually been a fair bet. Witness Jimmy Carter. And Mike Dukakis. And Bill Clinton.</p> <p>But as the Democrats begin Campaign 2004, these questions loom: How fresh is too fresh? Has the age of terrorism placed a premium on gray hair - and put a pox on the sort of fortysomething boy wonder that Bill Clinton was in 1992?</p>