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PCIntern Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-18-04 02:07 PM
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Tom Curry's MSNBC "Analysis" of Kerry on MTP
Curry, working clandestinely for the Bush re-selection campaign obviously watched a different interview than I did.

"Kerry grapples
with wars in
Vietnam, Iraq"

was the title

and:

"But Russerts replay of Kerrys statements from April of 1971, when he was a leader of Vietnam Veterans Against the War, cast Kerrys Vietnam experience in a starkly different light.

Kerry voices regrets"

were the major points of the 'analysis'.

Of course, the fact that this guy Kerry can string together words and make complex sentences and convey whole thoughts cogently is not important, and the fact that this guy can also field difficult questions in a thoughtful and complex matter, eschewing Russert's "Just yes or no" insistences, and the fact that he is experienced and truly learned and aware and well-read and willing to admit errors of youth and facile and humanistic and thoughtful is not a consideration.

That 'moran' Tim tried to imply that Kerry's nightmares following heroic service in Vietnam was a form of mental illness. He really did.

There are no depths to which this crowd will not plumb...Bush probably has nightmares about his Halloween candy being stolen by his brothers.
Curry didn't boher with that stuff...No, just the tired old line.
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KissMyAsscroft Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-18-04 02:09 PM
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1. Well..they are all Bush apologists..


When will be in this forum get it? The media is out to destroy the Democratic party.

Dean gets it. Why can't we?
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Raenelle Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-18-04 02:28 PM
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2. If pseudo news organizations like MSNBC and CNN don't start
reporting actual facts instead of distortions, they are going to find themselves competing for the Fox viewers channel-surfing during commercials. We do not need these people any longer for our news. We have the internet and liberal radio, a strong united party, a courageous and competent candidate, and all the passion is on our side.

I really am less and less willing to even check these f**tards out.
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liarliartieonfire Donating Member (448 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-18-04 02:33 PM
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3. Air America needs to launch a TV news station.
Can we have the TRUTH please?
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