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    Friday, September 03, 2004
    Feeling down
     
    I watched Bush's speech last night (some of it anyway) and today I was sick. A coincidence? Perhaps.
    Actually my wife and son got sick earlier in the week so I was just the last one on the merry-go-round. Even my cat got sick this time.
    My computer also got nailed by a bunch of spyware junk that made pop-up ads blossom out of control to the point where you couldn't do anything.
    My friend Robert helped me find some free shareware program - AdAware SE - that fixed the problem.


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    Thursday, September 02, 2004
    The Scowl
     

    Zell Miller
    Originally uploaded by mwthomas87.
    Wow! That had to be the angriest, most hatefull vindictive speech ever given in prime time. The scowl never left Miller's face.

    What a contrast when compared to the keynote speech at the Democratic convention given by Barak Obama.

    Here is Howard Kurtz talking about the speech in the Washington Post:

    â??The former keynoter at the '92 Democratic convention totally overshadowed the vice president of the United States. He looked really hostile -- even if you turned the sound off -- as he eviscerated Kerry. No flicker of a smile ever crossed his lips.â??

    He then goes on to list the reaction from some other folks:

    "I've never heard such an angry speech," said Bill Schneider of CNN, even angrier, he said, than Pat Buchanan's "culture war" address in '92.â??

    "I don't think I've ever seen anything as angry and ugly as Miller's speech," said Joe Klein.

    The Wall Street Journal's John Harwood said Miller "looked like a spouse at a divorce proceeding who says, 'Oh yeah, she's a child molester too.' "


    And here is conservative blogger Andrew Sullivanâ??s take:

    "Miller's address will, I think, go down as a critical moment in this campaign, and maybe in the history of the Republican party. I kept thinking of the contrast with the Democrats' keynote speaker, Barack Obama, a post-racial, smiling, expansive young American, speaking about national unity and uplift.
    "Then you see Zell Miller, his face rigid with anger, his eyes blazing with years of frustration as his Dixiecrat vision became slowly eclipsed among the Democrats.
    "Remember who this man is: once a proud supporter of racial segregation, a man who lambasted LBJ for selling his soul to the negroes. His speech tonight was in this vein, a classic Dixiecrat speech, jammed with bald lies, straw men, and hateful rhetoric. As an immigrant to this country and as someone who has been to many Southern states and enjoyed astonishing hospitality and warmth and sophistication, I long dismissed some of the Northern stereotypes about the South. But Miller did his best to revive them. The man's speech was not merely crude; it added whole universes to the word crude. . . .
    "Last night was therefore a revealing night for me. I watched a Democrat convince me that I could never be a Republican. If they wheel out lying, angry bigots like this as their keynote, I'll take Obama. Any day."


    William Saletan at Slate dissects both Zell Millerâ??s screed and Cheneyâ??s more subdued but equally negative speech.

    Oh, and here is what Zell had to say about John Kerry three years ago still posted on his web site.

    Yes, Zell Miller lied and lied and lied. He accused Kerry of trying to disarm our military and leave them with nothing but "spitballs." But the weapons systems that Kerry opposed were also opposed in the House by then Congressman Dick Cheney. And other no votes that he referenced were not against funding the military but against bloated Republican bills that went further than what military commanders were requesting to provide pork for bigtime defense contractors.

    I have to agree with Atrios. It was a big mistake to put this angry, bitter, hypocrite up there as the GOP's keynoter. They obviously have nothing positive to say. Fear and Loathing are the themes of this convention.

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    Wednesday, September 01, 2004
    Booing Michael Moore
     
    I had to laugh when I read this graph in the middle of a Washington Post story about the disruption that Michael Moore’s presence at the GOP convention caused.

    “A delegate from Missouri called Moore a 'disgrace,' a few seconds after asking for his autograph.”

    Yep, that autograph might be worth something someday. Those Republican delegates have their priorities straight.

    I’m not sure that having the entire convention ‘boo’ Michael Moore for several minutes in the middle of John McCain’s speech was the kind of moderate, positive image that the Party was hoping to portray. Oh well, the truth comes out in the end. And of course all Moore could do was sit there and smile imagining the extra $$$ this kind of attention would generate for his film that is still in the theaters.

    Moore was there at the behest of USA Today to write a guest column. They had previously asked Ann Coulter to do the same during the Democratic convention but ended up canning her and hiring someone else because her column was so bad.

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    Bad News Republicans

     
    The Republicans come to town and the Yankees suffer their worst loss in the history of the franchise. 22-0 against Cleveland. Ouch!!

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    Tuesday, August 31, 2004
    Compare and Contrast
     
    Via Atrios

    During the 1988 presidential campaign, there was a brief controversy concerning George Bush Sr.’s service during World War II.

    Bush Sr., who was a Navy pilot, had said his airplane was in flames when it plunged to the ocean on Sept. 2, 1944, according to the New York Times. In his autobiography, Mr. Bush wrote that his Grumman Avenger torpedo bomber began burning after it was hit in an attack on a Japanese radio installation and that he ejected after radioing his gunner and radioman to jump.
    But Chester Mierzejewski of Cheshire, Conn., a turret gunner on another plane in Mr. Bush's squadron, said that the plane was not engulfed in flames, as the Vice President has recounted, and that Mr. Bush might have saved the lives of two other men on the plane had he tried a water landing.


    But the Democrats did not give Mierzejewski hundreds of thousands of dollars to produce television ads and books to spread his story across the media. There was no WWII Tailgunners for Truth set up by big Democratic donors to smear Bush. Instead, here was Gov. Dukakis’ reaction in the same NYTimes story:

    "Gov. Michael S. Dukakis, questioned about a World War II gunner's challenge to Vice President Bush's account of being shot down over the Pacific, said, ''I don't think that kind of thing has any place in the campaign.''
    The Democratic Presidential nominee said the challenge to Mr. Bush's war record was ''unfair'' and ''unfortunate.''
    Mr. Bush ''served this country,'' Mr. Dukakis said. ''He served it well and with tremendous courage, and you don't fly 58 missions without enormous courage and tremendous patriotism.''


    Yep, Dukakis was a class act.

    Now, fast forward to today and listen to Bush Sr. commenting on the Swift Boat Veterans smear against John Kerry:

    Pressed about advertisements by a group called Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, Mr. Bush called "rather compelling" the claims of some veterans who have attacked Mr. Kerry's service, and he noted that others had accused these veterans of lying. "I have great confidence in Bob Dole," he added. "I don't think he'd be out there just smearing."

    So what is the lesson here? Are Democrats doomed to electoral failure because they are too decent to embrace the dirty games that Republicans like Lee Atwater and Karl Rove specialize in? This is really sad.

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    Monday, August 30, 2004
    Another celebrity endorsement update
     
    Just in time for the opening night of the Republican National Convention, here is my updated list of celebrity endorsements for the 2004 presidential campaign. It seems I haven’t been giving Bush full credit for all of his celebrity fans as I have found quite a few that have cropped up just recently. Some, however, are rather obscure singers as noted in this Slate piece.
    I can’t vouch for the fact that all of these folks are definitely supporting said candidate, but their names have popped up lately in election coverage attached to one side or the other and some are scheduled to perform at this week’s convention.

    For Bush-Cheney:

    Angie Harmon
    Arnold Schwarzenegger
    Ben Crenshaw
    Bo Derek
    Britney Spears
    Brooks & Dunn
    Bruce Willis
    Charlie Daniels Band
    Charlton Heston
    Chuck Norris
    Daize Shayne
    Dana Glover
    Daniel Rodriguez
    Daryl Worley
    Dennis Hopper
    Dennis Miller
    Donnie McClurkin
    Freddie Prinze Jr.
    Fuzzy Zoeller
    Jason Priestly
    Jessica Simpson
    John Rhys-Davies
    Johnny Ramone
    Jonny Lang
    Kelsey Grammer
    Kid Rock
    Lance Armstrong
    Lara Flynn Boyle
    Larry Gatlin
    Leeann Womack
    Lynyrd Skynryd
    Michael W. Smith
    Randy Travis
    Ricky Martin
    Ricky Schroeder
    Ricky Skaggs
    Rip Torn
    Robert Davi
    Robert Duvall
    Ron Silver
    Sara Evans
    Shannen Doherty
    Stephen Baldwin
    Steven Tyler
    Ted Nugent
    Third Day
    Toby Keith
    Tom Selleck
    Tony Sirico
    Travis Tritt
    Vincent Gallo
    Wayne Newton


    For Kerry-Edwards

    Aaron Sorkin
    Al Franken
    Alan Cumming
    Alec Baldwin
    Alfre Woodard
    Angela Bassett
    Angelica Huston
    Ani DiFranco
    Annette Bening
    Avril Lavigne
    Barbara Streisand
    Barry Manilow
    Beastie Boys
    Ben Affleck
    Ben Stiller
    Bette Midler
    Billy Crystal
    Blink 182
    Bob Dylan
    Bob Odenkirk
    Bonnie Raitt
    Bono
    Brad Pitt
    Bruce Springsteen
    Cameron Diaz
    Carole King
    Charlize Theron
    Cher
    Chevy Chase
    Chloe Sevigny
    Chris Cooper
    Chris Rock
    Chris Tucker
    Christian Slater
    Christina Applegate
    Christopher Reeve
    Coldplay
    Courtney Cox
    Cuba Gooding Jr.
    Danny DeVito
    Danny Glover
    Dave Grohl
    Dave Mathews Band
    David Alan Grier
    David Spade
    Dixie Chicks
    Drew Barrymore
    Dustin Hoffman
    Ed Asner
    Ed Begley Jr.
    Ed Harris
    Edward Norton
    Elton John
    Elvis Costello
    Eminem
    Emmylou Harris
    Eric Idle
    Esai Morales
    George Carlin
    George Clooney
    Glenn Close
    Goldie Hawn
    Gwyneth Paltrow
    Halle Berry
    Harrison Ford
    Harvey Weinstein
    Ian Holm
    Jack Black
    Jack Nicholson
    Jackson Browne
    James Brolin
    James Gandolfini
    James Garner
    James Taylor
    Jamie Foxx
    Jamie Lee Curtis
    Janeane Garafalo
    Janet Jackson
    Jann Wenner
    Jason Alexander
    Jeff Goldblum
    Jennifer Aniston
    Jennifer Garner
    Jennifer Lopez
    Jerry Seinfeld
    Jessica Lange
    Jewel
    Jimmy Buffett
    Joan Allen
    Joan Osborne
    John Cleese
    John Cusack
    John Fogerty
    John Leguizamo
    John Mellencamp
    John Sayles
    John Travolta
    John Williams
    Johnny Depp
    Jon Bon Jovi
    Josh Hartnett
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus
    Julia Roberts
    Jurassic Five
    Kate Hudson
    Kathleen Turner
    Keb Mo
    Kenau Reeves
    Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds
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    Kirsten Dunst
    Lance Bass
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    Lisa Loeb
    Liz Phair
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    Margaret Cho
    Mark Wahlberg
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    Matt Damon
    Matthew Broderick
    Maya Angelou
    Meg Ryan
    Melanie Griffith
    Melissa Etheridge
    Mia Farrow
    Michael Douglas
    Michael Eisner
    Michael J. Fox
    Michael Jackson
    Michael Keaton
    Mike Farrell
    Moby
    Morgan Fairchild
    Natalie Portman
    Neil Diamond
    Neil Young
    Nicolas Cage
    Nicole Kidman
    Oliver Stone
    Ozzie Osborne
    P. Diddy
    Paul Newman
    Paul Simon
    Pearl Jam
    Penny Marshall
    Peter Yarrow (of Peter, Paul & Mary)
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    Quincy Jones
    REM
    Renee Zellwegger
    Rhea Perlman
    Richard Belzer
    Richard Dreyfuss
    Richard Gere
    Richard Pryor
    Rob Lowe
    Rob Reiner
    Robert Altman
    Robert DeNiro
    Robert Redford
    Robin Williams
    Russell Crowe
    Sally Field
    Salma Hayek
    Sarah Jessica Parker
    Scarlett Johansson
    Sean Penn
    Sharon Stone
    Sheryl Crowe
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    Stephen Stills
    Steve Buscemi
    Steve Earle
    Steve Harvey
    Steve Martin
    Steven Spielberg
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    Sting
    Susan Sarandon
    Ted Danson
    Terry Gilliam
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    Tim Robbins
    Tobey Maguire
    Tom Cruise
    Tom Hanks
    Tom Petty
    Tommy Lee Jones
    Tony Bennett
    Uma Thurman
    Viggo Mortensen
    Warren Beatty
    Weird Al Yankovic
    Wesley Snipes
    Whoopi Goldberg
    Will Ferrell
    William Baldwin
    William H. Macy
    Willie Nelson
    Woody Allen
    Woody Harrelson
    Wyclef Jean

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