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  • PETA speaks out against "Ostrich Ad"

    10/26/2004 2:20:08 PM PDT · by Rio · 42 replies · 1,867+ views
    The BorowitzReport.com ^ | 10/26/2004 | Andy Borowitz
    PETA SEEKS TO BAN ANIMALS FROM POLITICAL ADS AFTER COYOTE EATS OSTRICH Kerry Drops Plans to Use Tortoise, Hare The animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is seeking a total ban on the use of animals in political ads after a coyote ate an ostrich during the filming of an ad for Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry. According to a Kerry aide who witnessed the commercial shoot, an ostrich symbolizing President George W. Bush was supposed to stick its head in the sand while a coyote representing foreign terrorists appeared ominously in the background, but...
  • WHY I AM SUPPORTING JOHN KERRY. Risk Management (Sullivan)

    10/26/2004 1:45:29 PM PDT · by ARCADIA · 150 replies · 3,673+ views
    The New Republic ^ | October 26, 2004 | Andrew Sullivan
    The phrase "lesser of two evils" often comes up at this time every four years, but this November, I think, it's too cynical a formula. Neither George W. Bush nor John Kerry can be credibly described as "evils." They have their faults, some of which are glaring. They are both second-tier politicians, thrust into the spotlight at a time when we desperately need those in the first circle of talent and vision. But they are not evil. When the papers carry pictures of 50 Iraqi recruits gunned down in a serried row, as Stalin and Hitler did to their enemies,...