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  • Carter-Mondale Teaming Up Again

    08/04/2006 10:39:54 AM PDT · by PDR · 29 replies · 664+ views
    Associated Press ^ | August 3, 2006 | BRENDAN RILEY
    Former President Carter and his vice president, Walter Mondale, are teaming up again -- this time at a fundraiser to help Carter's son, Jack, in his longshot bid to oust Nevada Republican Sen. John Ensign. "It will be a real bit of old Americana," Jack Carter said of the event scheduled Friday in Minneapolis at a private home on the Mississippi River. While Jimmy Carter and Mondale see each other periodically, Jack Carter said it's the first time in more than 20 years that they've been together at a fundraiser. He also said his father has done few such events...
  • Mondale: Force an option for stopping North Korea

    06/23/2006 8:14:40 PM PDT · by Anti-Bubba182 · 61 replies · 1,438+ views
    KARE11 ^ | 6-23-06 | Staff
    Former Vice President Walter Mondale says he supports a pre-emptive U.S. strike against a North Korean missile that is raising nuclear fears around the globe. Earlier this week North Korea announced it was preparing to test a missile that could reach United States mainland. Tensions rose further when the North Koreans put fuel into the missile, and continued to insist that a test firing was imminent. Mondale said on WCCO-AM Friday that the United States should tell North Korea "defuel that missile. It has three boosters. Dismantle it and put it back in the sheds. Because if you're getting ready...
  • Mondale backs pre-emptive missile strike (against North Korean missile)

    06/23/2006 11:20:54 AM PDT · by West Coast Conservative · 87 replies · 1,532+ views
    AP ^ | June 23, 2006
    Former Vice President Walter Mondale said Friday he supports a pre-emptive U.S. strike against a North Korean missile, saying the U.S. should tell North Korea to dismantle the missile or "we are going to take it out." "I think it would end the nuclear long-range dreams of this dangerous country," said Mondale, who was the 1984 Democratic presidential nominee and a former U.S. ambassador to Japan. The tensions are over North Korea's apparent preparations to test-fire a Taepodong-2 missile, which is believed to have a range of up to 9,300 miles. That would make it capable of hitting much of...
  • FREEP OPPORTUNITY:Bill Clinton to give lecture at Northrop (University of Minnesota)

    10/13/2005 6:11:47 PM PDT · by RightWingAtheist · 23 replies · 609+ views
    Minnesota Daily ^ | 10/13/5200 | Neil Munshi
    Over the past 25 years, the Distinguished Carlson Lecture Series has welcomed heads of state, Nobel laureates and civil rights leaders. At 5 p.m. on Nov. 5, former President Bill Clinton will speak at Northrop Auditorium as part of the series’ 25th anniversary. “We issue invitations to people to make a Carlson lecture all the time,” said Julie Lund, director of communications for the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. “We were lucky enough that former President Bill Clinton was able to accept our invitation at this time.” The lecture series is funded by a gift from Curtis L. Carlson, the...
  • BLATANT RE-POST -- Democratic operatives planned, engineered Wellstone political rally

    11/01/2002 10:44:43 AM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 50 replies · 539+ views
    Capital Hill Blue ^ | 10-31-02 | By DOUG THOMPSON
    Political operatives at the Democratic National Committee in Washington developed the plan to turn the memorial service for Minnesota Senator Paul Wellstone into a political rally, top party sources tell Capitol Hill Blue. The party also urged the Wellstone family to ask Vice President Dick Cheney to not attend the service and concocted the excuse that security for the VP would disrupt the event even though Secret Service security was required for former president Bill Clinton, who was invited and who did attend. Rick Kahn, the Wellstone campaign worker and friend, worked the highly partisan crowd into a frenzy with...
  • PRODUCTION VALUE (DNC paid $150 thou for Wellstone rally including x42's travel)

    12/02/2002 3:15:15 AM PST · by Liz · 32 replies · 295+ views
    American Prowler ^ | 12/2/02 | The Prowler
    Apparently a picture is worth about a thousand words and $150,000. That's what it cost the Democrats to throw their memorial rally for the late Sen. Paul Wellstone at the University of Minnesota on the eve of the November elections. The next morning, a picture of Bill Clinton laughing with former Vice President Walter Mondale at the event ran in newspapers across the country and helped set off what many consider to be a turning point in the Republican drive to take back the Senate. In the end, Republican Norm Coleman defeated Mondale. The tab, which included tens of thousands...
  • Eleanor Mondale Diagnosed With Cancer (Walter Mondale's daughter)

    06/21/2005 7:17:43 AM PDT · by Jenya · 114 replies · 5,264+ views
    Eleanor Mondale Diagnosed With Cancer MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Eleanor Mondale, the daughter of former Vice President Walter Mondale, has been diagnosed with brain cancer, the Star Tribune reported Tuesday. Mondale spoke to the newspaper just hours before she began her first session of radiation and chemotherapy at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester. Just a week ago, Mondale married local rock star Chan Poling. "It's bad but not that bad," she said from her farmhouse in Prior Lake. "I've got a really good chance to beat it." Mondale, 45, said her vision had bothered her in recent months but didn't believe...
  • They Were Against It, Before They Were For It (Minn Star Tribune's nuanced position on filibuster)

    05/09/2005 12:38:18 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 11 replies · 805+ views
    The Weekly Standard ^ | May 8, 2005 | Scott Johnson
    Speaking out of both sides of one's mouth is an occupational hazard, if not an occupational necessity, for politicians seeking elective office in competitive races. It's not a pretty sight, and it supports a cynicism about democratic politics that is unbecoming. Catering to such cynicism, the leftist writer Garry Wills used to advise college audiences, "Vote for your enemy--he has no one to sell out to but you." The political debate over the use of the Senate's filibuster rule to torpedo President Bush's judicial nominees has triggered a series of reversals and pratfalls that support the low-comedy version of democratic...
  • Free Advice for Democrats (re: Social Security)

    03/03/2005 5:38:18 AM PST · by OESY · 4 replies · 512+ views
    OESY ^ | March 3, 2005 | N. GREGORY MANKIW and PHILLIP SWAGEL
    Over the past two years, we were paid to give economic advice to the president. Now that we are private citizens again, we offer Democrats some free advice on how to handle the issue that is now on the top of everyone's in-box: Social Security. So here is our easy, seven-step program for recovering obstructionists: • Take your heads out of the sand. Some members of your party want to deny that we need to fix Social Security. Let's face it: When you do this, you look like idiots. President Clinton talked about the "crisis" in Social Security long before...
  • Walter Mondale On Wolf Blitzer Tonight.

    11/17/2004 12:54:31 PM PST · by bjcoop · 59 replies · 1,073+ views
    Me
    That should be interesting to watch!!!!
  • This Memorable Day: Bush is a divisive wartime figure. So were Lincoln, Churchill and Roosevelt.

    11/02/2004 5:22:14 AM PST · by OESY · 8 replies · 828+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | November 2, 2004 | VICTOR DAVIS HANSON
    In singular moments in our history, the security of the United States hinged on a single presidential election.... Today's vote determines how the United States finishes the present war against terrorists, and, indeed, whether we continue to defeat Islamic fascism.... John Kerry sees our struggle as an unending law enforcement problem, akin to gambling and prostitution. Thus the terrorist attacks of the 1990s were not deadly precursors to 9/11, but belong to a now nostalgic era of "nuisance." In contrast, George W. Bush envisioned September 11 as real war.... Most of Sen. Kerry's allegations about this war ring false or...
  • Flashback: NYT Endorsement - MONDALE FOR PRESIDENT (1984)

    10/23/2004 8:36:13 PM PDT · by jmstein7 · 25 replies · 962+ views
    NYT (L-N Historical Presidential Endorsement Archive) | 10-28-1984 | Editorial Desk
    We're for Walter Mondale, even though Ronald Reagan has in some ways done a good job. America, the President says with permissible hyperbole, is back and he deserves credit because the country feels so much better than it did four years ago. Mr. Reagan has a gift for symbolism and salesmanship; when he salutes the flag and the troops, he embodies a wide renewal of pride in country. And there's more to it than just the persuasions of a patriotic pitchman. People feel better off because many people are better off. The oil shocks and hyper-inflation of the 1970's have...
  • Did The NY Times Endorse Mondale In 1984?

    10/23/2004 8:22:52 PM PDT · by bjcoop · 34 replies · 1,122+ views
    Me
    Did they Endorse Walter Mondale in 1984? Just want to know.
  • John Kerry: Trojan Horse for Mondale's Corruption Machine

    10/05/2004 4:46:57 AM PDT · by jericho wall · 1 replies · 131+ views
    October 5, 2004 | jericho wall
    John Kerry is described as horse-like, wooden: without any real policies. The right animal, but the abstraction is incomplete. Kerry is the Trojan horse that miraculously appeared for Walter Mondale, to carry Mondale and his huge corruptions secretly back into real power and prominence in the US. Kerry was enticed to use Mondale's main henchman to select his VP, who moved fast to tap Mondale's kind of man, the Democratic Trial Lawyer's favorite. This is one man's 25 year saga of alleged massive corruption directed at him by Mondale and his late partner, Thomas J. Watson Jr. Mondale is now...
  • Flashback: Mondale Is Buoyed by His Success in First Debate

    10/03/2004 6:21:07 PM PDT · by ambrose · 29 replies · 1,099+ views
    NY Times ^ | October 12, 1984
    Mondale Is Buoyed by His Success in First Debate By BERNARD WEINRAUB Special to The New York Times. New York Times (1857-Current file). New York, N.Y.: Oct 12, 1984. pg. B8, 1 pgs COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct. 11 -- As Walter F. Mondale told an unusually large crowd here today that the Presidential race was now "wide open," his deputy campaign director in Ohio grinned delightedly.
  • FLASHBACK POLL: Who Won the First 1984 Reagan vs. Mondale Debate? (Mondale 54%, Reagan 35%)

    10/01/2004 12:34:21 PM PDT · by West Coast Conservative · 32 replies · 1,720+ views
    Blogs for Bush ^ | Oct. 1, 2004 | Matt Margolis
    Spin is underway, and a variety of polls are suggesting a Kerry victory in the debate last night. Truth be told, Kerry exceeded expectations, but when it came to substance, he came up short. The flash polls still suggest Kerry won the debate, which Democrats think makes Kerry suddenly unstoppable. Historically speaking, that's hardly the case. Otherwise, we would have seen President Mondale, President Dukakis, President Perot, and President Gore. Since 1984, no Republican has won in the flash polls from the first debate, but has won 3 out of 5 of those elections. Ross Perot beat both Bill Clinton...
  • 1984 Presidential Debates (Reagan vs Mondale--Historical Reference to Last Night's Debate

    10/01/2004 6:28:55 AM PDT · by Alas Babylon! · 5 replies · 1,518+ views
    All politics/CNN ^ | 1996 | CNN Staff
    Two presidential debates and one vice-presidential debate were set in the 1984 general election. The first debate was limited to domestic policy, the second debate focused on international policy and national defense. President Reagan was the incumbent and the polls in late September showed his approval rating at almost 54 percent. The October debates were seen as Mondale's only remaining chance to close the big gap. In the first debate, Mondale was viewed as the more effective speaker and Reagan was said to have appeared tired and sometimes confused. In the second debate, Mondale failed to gain further ground. Reagan...
  • 1984 debate- Reagan vs. Mondale on CSPAN Now!

    09/25/2004 7:50:17 PM PDT · by The KG9 Kid · 142 replies · 1,564+ views
    1984 Debate
  • "Groundswell" Pool - Kerry Campaign Deathwatch

    09/21/2004 5:57:21 AM PDT · by LikeLight · 30 replies · 732+ views
    Vanity | 9/21/04 | LikeLight
    It happens at some point to every doomed campaign. The candidate, hopelessly behind in the polls and coming down to the wire, starts talking about sensing a "groundswell" of support. The groundswell is never really there, but losing candidates are always able to see it (through the lens of vain self-deception, I suppose) . . . Anyway, the FR pool is: On which date will either Kerry or Edwards first publicly utter the "groundswell" word in this campaign?
  • WSJ: Playing Against Type By Bush, Kerry Gives Voters a Clear Choice (inadvertently)

    09/15/2004 7:47:20 AM PDT · by OESY · 2 replies · 702+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | September 15, 2004 | John Harwood
    ...Mr. Kerry's Web site calls him "a man of conviction" who makes "bold decisions." His party convention sketched a picture of strong, principled leadership. But Mr. Kerry's record as senator and candidate suggests something less flattering: a mainstream Democratic liberal who, knowing most Americans aren't liberal, takes great care to heed prevailing political winds. ...He voted to give Mr. Bush authority for war when that appeared to be the safest move, and voted against funding the war.... [H]e would have taken the cautious route of trying to contain Saddam Hussein rather than removing him. Mr. Kerry has taken a similar...
  • They Said It! (James Carville and Paul Begala)

    09/07/2004 11:29:25 AM PDT · by RWR8189 · 59 replies · 3,283+ views
    NEWLY-HIRED KERRY ADVISORS JAMES CARVILLE AND PAUL BEGALA SAID IT'S THE CANDIDATE STUPID: "Bill Clinton and Al Gore probably assembled as good a staff as anyone has ever put together for a presidential campaign. But the dirty little secret is that they would have won with the staffs assembled by Michael Dukakis or Walter Mondale. It has always been our belief that consultants don't win elections; candidates do." (James Carville and Paul Begala, "Who Wins The Election? It's The Candidate, Stupid," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/8/92)LEARN ABOUT KERRY/EDWARDS' SHIFTING POSITIONS AT WWW.KERRYONIRAQ.COM
  • Web of Conspiracies. False rumors go from fringe staff go mainstream-again and again.

    05/18/2004 7:03:21 AM PDT · by .cnI redruM · 49 replies · 1,502+ views
    NRO ^ | May 18, 2004, 8:36 a.m. | Michael Rubin
    On May 13, 2004, Senator Edward Kennedy berated Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz at the Senate Armed Services Committee, condemning "disaster after disaster" in U.S. Iraq policy. Well before the Abu Ghraib revelations, Kennedy has sought to transform Iraqi freedom from a philosophical and strategic issue into a partisan debate, without regard either to reality or result. On April 6, Kennedy called Iraq "George Bush's Vietnam." On March 5, 2004, Senator Edward Kennedy, speaking before the Council on Foreign Relations, took the president to task for allegedly exaggerating the threat posed by Iraq: "The evidence so far leads to...
  • 1984 Flashback: Convention bounce puts Mondale even with Reagan

    08/03/2004 7:10:26 PM PDT · by nwrep · 51 replies · 2,246+ views
    The Washington Post Archives (NO LINK) | July 23, 1984 | Norman D. Atkins
    Conducted at the end of the Democratic National Convention last week, the Newsweek-Gallup Poll of 1,006 registered voters showed 48 percent supporting Mondale and his vice-presidential nominee, Rep. Geraldine A. Ferraro (D-N.Y.), 46 percent favoring Reagan and Vice President Bush, and 6 percent undecided. The 2 percent difference is insignificant, since the poll has a 4 percent margin of error. While it is normal for a candidate to score well with the public after his party's convention, the poll reflected a large turnaround. Mondale had been trailing Reagan by six points in Newsweek's poll last week and by as much...
  • MONDALE INTENDS TO REBUT REAGAN ON RELIGION ISSUE (I guess he did wear it on his sleeve?)

    07/31/2004 12:35:41 PM PDT · by ambrose · 7 replies · 474+ views
    MONDALE INTENDS TO REBUT REAGAN ON RELIGION ISSUE; He Prepares Major Statement on President's Linking of One's Faith to Politics MONDALE INTENDS TO REBUT REAGAN By BERNARD WEINRAUBSpecial to The New York Times. New York Times (1857-Current file). New York, N.Y.: Aug 30, 1984. pg. A1, 2 pgs Article types: front_page Dateline: ST. PAUL, Aug. 29 ISSN/ISBN: 03624331 Text Word Count 1141 First Paragraph ST. PAUL, Aug. 29 -- Walter F. Mondale has decided to make a major campaign issue out of President Reagan's comments that religious and political ideas are linked. Mr. Mondale made it clear today that he...
  • Democrats Accommodate Party Elders at DNC

    07/25/2004 7:05:24 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 303+ views
    AP via Yahoo ^ | 7/25/04 | Calvin Woodward - AP
    BOSTON - At conventions devoted to electing next presidents, there's always the question of what to do with ex-presidents, not to mention those who ran and lost. The answer: as little as possible, and get it over with. Democrats go into their convention Monday needing to accommodate one big brassy winner, Bill Clinton (news - web sites); the towering Kennedy legacy, and a succession of people who have accomplished much but don't wear the magic aura of success. A few of them, in fact, represent crushing defeat. Clinton was allotted a prime time speech Monday night, a hail to the...
  • "The Era of Big Government is Back" CARTOON featuring Carter, Mondale, LBJ, Humphrey, Kerry, Edwards

    07/12/2004 9:50:41 AM PDT · by IPWGOP · 40 replies · 1,751+ views
    IowaPresidentialWatch.com ^ | 7/12/2004 | IPWGOP
    More proof: two johns in your home = good; two Johns in the White House = bad.
  • It's Official! (Kerry/Edwards Make History, More Liberal Than Mondale/Ferraro)

    07/07/2004 1:07:07 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 1 replies · 449+ views
    IT’S OFFICIAL!Kerry/Edwards Make History, More Liberal Than Mondale/Ferraro________________________________________Kerry: “I’m a liberal and proud of it.”(“Gee, There Were So Many In 1988,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 7/21/91)1984 DEMOCRAT VEEP CHOICE CALLED“THOROUGHLY” LIBERAL 1984 Associated Press Headline: “Democratic Veep Choice Thoroughly A Political Liberal.” “The Americans for Democratic Action and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce are worlds apart on most matters, but they agree that Rep. Geraldine Ferraro is a liberal. Reviewing the New York Democrat’s voting record on major issues last year, the liberal ADA gave her a 90 percent rating. From its conservative vantage point, the business group awarded Ms. Ferraro...
  • Yeah, That’s the Ticket: Kerry-Edwards More Liberal Than Mondale-Ferraro

    07/07/2004 12:58:31 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 8 replies · 572+ views
    Something to Yak About – Yeah, That’s the Ticket: Kerry-Edwards More Liberal Than Mondale-Ferraro With his selection of John Edwards as his running mate, John Kerry has managed to construct a Democrat ticket that’s even more liberal than… (drum roll, please…) Walter Mondale and Geraldine Ferraro! That’s right, folks, the Kerry-Edwards ticket has amassed a documented record of liberalism that exceeds even that of the utterly failed Mondale-Ferraro ticket of 20 years ago, according to the Lefties at Americans for Democratic Action. Hard to believe, but the numbers don’t lie. It’s The Record, Stupid! Just when we thought John...
  • 1984 Flashback: 105 Academics, Nobel winners buy ad to back Mondale over Reagan

    06/22/2004 7:50:10 AM PDT · by nwrep · 13 replies · 507+ views
    The New York Times, UPI | October 31, 1984
    One hundred one academics who support the Presidential candidacy of Walter F. Mondale bought a quarter page advertisement in today's issue of the New York Times to say Mr. Reagan's suggestion "that his record was in the tradition of Roosevelt, Truman and Kennedy" was "a flagrant distortion of reality to serve his own political purpose." The group, which includes five Nobel prize winners, comes from 22 colleges, universities and other institutions.
  • Why do the Appease-o-crats like to talk about Vietnam?

    05/19/2004 12:24:35 PM PDT · by FreedomFighter1013 · 4 replies · 282+ views
    5/18/04 | Greg C
    Why do the Democrats like to talk about Vietnam so much? Because it's the only war they ever won.
  • Mondale Backs Vice President Cheney

    05/02/2004 9:21:28 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 20 replies · 210+ views
    Associated Press ^ | May 2, 2004 | Jeff Barnard
    SELMA, Ore. - Former Vice President Walter F. Mondale said Sunday that the strong role Vice President Dick Cheney (news - web sites) has taken in the White House is changing the way government and politics work. "This is going to be an issue in the campaign, and it will be an issue for political scientists," Mondale said in an interview following a press conference. "This is starting to bend the political process." Mondale, 76, was invited to southern Oregon to speak to a community forum serving as a fund-raiser for the Selma Community and Education Center. About 300 people...
  • Kerry on economics: A kinder, gentler Mondale

    03/29/2004 7:56:37 AM PST · by writer33 · 7 replies · 158+ views
    Enter Stage Right ^ | 03/29/2004 | W. James Antle III
    Every major presidential candidate must take part in that quadrennial ritual of introducing a plan to solve what the chattering class considers to be the nation's most pressing economic problems. Adding to this challenge is that whatever the candidate comes up with must roughly coincide with his party's preferred fiscal nostrums. While the problems change, the solutions don't. Democrat presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., makes a point during his speech at Wayne State University in Detroit on March 26. It is in this context that John Kerry trekked to Wayne State University in Detroit for the grand unveiling of...
  • Former VP Mondale/fmr Gov carlson Co-Chair Bipartisan Campaign to Repeal Conceal-Carry Handgun Law

    03/04/2004 9:45:05 AM PST · by chance33_98 · 15 replies · 161+ views
    Former VP Walter Mondale and Former Minn. Gov. Arne Carlson Co- Chair Bipartisan Campaign to Repeal Conceal-Carry Handgun Law 3/4/04 12:00:00 PM -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To: National Desk Contact: Rebecca Thoman of Citizens for a Safer Minnesota, 612-998-7573 ST. PAUL, Minn., March 4 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Two icons of Minnesota politics have teamed up to announce the formation of a campaign to repeal the conceal and carry gun bill that was passed by Minnesota's legislature during the 2003 legislative session. State Rep. Nora Slawik (DFL-Maplewood) who is chief author of the bill to repeal the conceal/carry law said: "I'm honored, today,...
  • MONDALE MAN AIDS VEEP HUNT

    03/04/2004 1:21:00 AM PST · by kattracks · 3 replies · 128+ views
    New York Post ^ | 3/04/04 | DEBORAH ORIN
    <p>March 4, 2004 -- Democratic nominee-to-be John Kerry yesterday put Walter Mondale's 1984 campaign manager in charge of picking his running mate and said nice things about vanquished rival John Edwards.</p> <p>Edwards quit the race after Kerry's Super Tuesday wins and vowed to do "everything in my power" to help Kerry. Party strategists weighed whether a two-senator ticket was the best way to go - with 1984 Mondale campaign chief Jim Johnson put in charge.</p>
  • Gallup Poll Says Reagan Tied by Mondale, Glenn

    02/19/2004 2:42:43 PM PST · by ambrose · 77 replies · 481+ views
    Gallup ^ | January 22, 1984
    Gallup Poll Says Reagan Tied by Mondale, Glenn The Washington Post (1974-Current file). Washington, D.C.: Jan 22, 1984. pg. A4, 1 pgs Article types: article ISSN/ISBN: 01908286 Text Word Count 139 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Abstract (Article Summary) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- President Reagan is in a dead heat with the leading Democratic contenders, former vice president Walter F. Mondale and Sen. John Glenn (D-Ohio), in the latest Gallup Poll presidential trial heat.
  • Democrats Draw Crowd of 100,000 (November 2, 1984)

    02/18/2004 9:27:40 PM PST · by ambrose · 15 replies · 156+ views
    Washington Post ^ | November 2, 1984
    NEW YORK, Nov. 1 -- In their last joint appearance before Election Day, Walter F. Mondale and Geraldine A. Ferraro drew an estimated 100,000 supporters to a Garment District rally where the Democratic candidates denounced the "radical preachers" and "extremists who control the Republican Party."
  • Mondale-Hart, Reagan-Bush Tickets Running Neck and Neck in New Poll

    02/18/2004 9:05:29 PM PST · by ambrose · 10 replies · 137+ views
    Washington Post ^ | May 3, 1984 | Gallup
    If the November election were held today, a Democratic Mondale-Hart ticket would run even with a Republican Reagan-Bush ticket, according to a new Gallup Poll.
  • Poll Puts Mondale Even With Reagan (July 23, 1984)

    02/18/2004 9:12:21 PM PST · by ambrose · 22 replies · 153+ views
    Washington Post ^ | July 23, 1984
    Poll Puts Mondale Even With Reagan By Norman D. Atkins Washington Post Staff Writer. The Washington Post (1974-Current file). Washington, D.C.: Jul 23, 1984. pg. A3, 1 pgs Article types: article ISSN/ISBN: 01908286 Text Word Count 480 Abstract (Article Summary) Democratic presidential nominee Walter F. Mondale, on a post-convention fishing vacation in Gunflint Lake, Minn., did not catch any fish but hauled in some good news yesterday from a poll that showed him pulling even with President Reagan.
  • Advantage: Kerry (John Kerry isn't going to repeat the mistakes of the Mondales and Dukakis’s)

    02/10/2004 1:10:59 AM PST · by nickcarraway · 66 replies · 432+ views
    The American Prowler ^ | 2/10/2004 | Paul M. Weyrich
    One thing the Bush campaign should understand: John F. Kerry is not going to repeat the mistakes of the Mondales and Dukakis’sPolls are now showing that John Kerry, the likely Democratic nominee for President, can defeat President Bush. Some of those polls show that Kerry's lead is now into double digits. Bush-Cheney campaign operatives tell supporters not to worry. Kerry is the fourth Democrat to run for the Presidency from Massachusetts since 1980, the other three being Ted Kennedy (who was defeated by Jimmy Carter in the primaries), Paul Tsongas (who lost out to Bill Clinton, despite winning in New...
  • Spacing Out

    02/02/2004 6:20:19 AM PST · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 1 replies · 140+ views
    CBSNews/Weekly Standard ^ | 1/30/04 | Joseph Rodota
    It's traditional for Washington, DC power brokers and wannabees to keep a "face wall" -- a collection of signed photographs or letters from the politicians they've met or worked for over the years. The typical face wall extensively features the beaming face of the curator, documenting his or her progress from intern to congressional aide to cabinet member or whatnot, shaking hands with the nation's political elite. I started my own collection two decades ago as a young soldier in the Reagan revolution. Over time it grew to include photos of myself and Ronald Reagan, George Bush, and Arnold Schwarzenegger...
  • Mondale on thin ice in criticizing this administration's foreign policy

    12/21/2003 3:07:51 PM PST · by rhema · 22 replies · 191+ views
    Minneapolis Star Tribune ^ | 12/21/03 | Scott W. Johnson
    George W. Bush seems to have driven his political opponents nuts. Howard Dean's reference to the "most interesting theory" that President Bush might have had foreknowledge of the 9/11 attack on the United States suggests that Dean has gone around the bend. But Dean is in good company with many of his fellow Democrats. Former Vice President and Democratic elder statesman Walter Mondale has joined the crowd, although he distinguished himself with spectacularly bad timing. Mondale presided over a program devoted to discussion of the Bush administration's foreign policy at Macalester College on Dec. 12, the day before American forces...
  • The Carterites Strike Back-Mondale, Brzezinski savage War on Terror-on the eve of greatest triumph

    12/15/2003 7:14:28 AM PST · by SJackson · 22 replies · 204+ views
    Walter Mondale and Zbignew Brzezinski savage the War on Terrorism -- on the eve of its greatest triumph. The December 13 edition of the St. Paul Pioneer Press carries an account of Walter Mondale's Bush-bashing conclave at Macalester College (on December 12th) that is more detailed than the Minneapolis Star Tribune's, linked below. The Pioneer Press story by Kate Parry is "Mondale jabs Bush's 'radical' foreign policy." Credit the Pioneer Press with contacting a Bush administration spokesman to respond to the conclave's demented exhibition of Bush derangement syndrome. The Pioneer Press leads with an astounding quote from Mondale, and buries...
  • 2004 Shaping Up To Be McGovern Versus Reagan

    12/09/2003 5:51:51 AM PST · by NYC Republican · 30 replies · 302+ views
    Roll Call.RCP ^ | 12/9/03 | Mort Kondracke
    This looks to me like a deja vu presidential election, with the Democratic candidates all resembling their party's past losers and President Bush setting himself up for a 1972- or 1984-style landslide. Leading the Democrats, we have former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean, reprising a militant anti-war role previously played by Sen. George McGovern (S.D.), who carried only Massachusetts and the District of Columbia in 1972 against President Richard Nixon. Next in line is Rep. Richard Gephardt (Mo.), who closely resembles 1984 candidate Walter Mondale, the tax-raising favorite of trade unions and other Democratic interest groups, who carried only Minnesota and...
  • Dean May Be a Leftie, But He's No McGovern, Mondale or Dukakis - He's a George Wallace

    09/26/2003 6:00:13 PM PDT · by ComtedeMaistre · 13 replies · 230+ views
    ComtedeMaistre
    A friend in New Hampshire who attended one of Dean's campaign rallies out of curiosity, commented that he cannot remember a situation where he saw so many angry and resentful white people. In a recent speech, Dean compared the situation of Americans today, to that of Americans during the Revolutionary War, in that in both eras, America was under the rule of oppressive kings named George. Dean's political campaigning style sounded familiar. I scratched my head and tried to figure out which past politician had the style of Dean. Then it occurred to me...of course...George Wallace in '68. Dean is...
  • Kerry vows filibuster to uphold Roe v. Wade

    06/21/2003 9:38:54 PM PDT · by Bayou City · 22 replies · 221+ views
    The Boston Globe ^ | 6/21/2003 | By Glen Johnson
    <p>ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Senator John F. Kerry pledged yesterday to lead a filibuster in the US Senate to block the appointment of any Supreme Court nominee who opposes the Roe v. Wade abortion rights decision.</p> <p>''There are three words that ought to motivate everybody to guarantee that we have maximum output in this election in 2004. They are simple: the Supreme Court,'' the Massachusetts Democrat told a meeting of party leaders in Minnesota, the longtime home of the late Justice Harry A. Blackmun, who authored the 1973 decision.</p>
  • Yepsen: Democrats, heed the errors of losing Class of 84

    05/22/2003 10:58:29 PM PDT · by LdSentinal · 4 replies · 133+ views
    Des Moines Register ^ | 5/22/03 | David Yepsen
    <p>The 2004 Democratic presidential campaign is taking on the trappings of the 1984 contest. There's a glut of candidates - eight then, nine now. They're starting to spend much of their time traveling from one debate to another courting different party constituencies at these political "cattle shows."</p>
  • Mondale, McGovern recall the 'high tide' of liberalism

    04/10/2003 9:23:32 AM PDT · by jdege · 21 replies · 135+ views
    Minneapolis Star-Tribune ^ | April 10, 2003 | Eric Black
    <p>Former Vice President Walter Mondale and colleagues from what they called the "high tide" of liberalism in the mid-1960s gathered Wednesday to celebrate those halcyon days and to take some swipes at President Bush, whom they accused of trying to undo the progress they made.</p>
  • THE NANNY STATE AND ONE STOP SHOPPING, (Red Diapered Doper Babies-Savage)

    03/17/2003 9:26:26 AM PST · by fight_truth_decay · 5 replies · 178+ views
    NewsWithViews.com ^ | March 17, 2003 | Betty Freauf
    In Oregon, when those Republicans, allegedly protectors of the family from Big Brother, finally took control of the House of Representatives in 1991 the House Speaker appointed a "Children's Care Team" and in the 1993 legislature bills were introduced and passed subsequently establishing those innocent sounding foot-in-the-door "pilot programs".Family Resource Centers in schools have been the result of receiving federal grants as a part of the Goals 2000 Educate America Act. These "centers" serve as the treatment arm of the entire delivery system from abortions to sleep overs for parents and children with sleeping bags in tow as was the...
  • Israeli Liberals Want to Pull a Torricelli

    01/27/2003 8:00:07 PM PST · by Milltownmalbay · 7 replies · 396+ views
    Newsmax ^ | 1/26/2003 | Carl Limbacher
    NewsMax.com's religion editor Fr. Mike Reilly notes an eerie similarity between the coming Israeli elections and last year's U.S. Senate race in New Jersey. "Israel's main opposition party, facing disaster in next week's election against Ariel Sharon, is considering dumping its candidate for prime minister," reported Uri Dan last week in the New York Post. Amram Mitzna, the Labor Party candidate for Prime Minister, is under pressure to step aside in favor of elder statesman Shimon Peres. Evidently polls indicate that Peres would be a formidable opponent to Sharon, as opposed to Mitzna, who is a political lightweight. But Mitzna,...
  • Israeli Liberals Want to Run Lautenberg for Prime Minister

    01/24/2003 9:32:05 PM PST · by Milltownmalbay · 200+ views
    Seamaxnews ^ | 1/21/2003 | Fr. Michael Reilly
    "Israel's main opposition party, facing disaster in next week's election against Ariel Sharon, is considering dumping its candidate for prime minister," reports Uri Dan in today's New York Post. Amram Mitzna, the Labor Party candidate for Prime Minister, is under pressure to step aside in favor of elder statesman Shimon Peres. Evidently polls indicate that Peres would be a formidable opponent to Sharon, as opposed to Mitzna, who is a political lightweight. But Mitzna, a dove who is inexperienced in national politics, declared, "I'm here to stay." Too bad a certain New Jersey Senator didn't show the same courage. Isn't...