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USA TODAY slams John Kerry. He is wrong

Discussion in 'The OT' started by mainedish, Jun 23, 2004.

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  1. mainedish

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    HAHAHAHAHA! Sounds kinda like Bush's TV commercials. I wonder if Rove ghost wrote this piece...
     
  3. mainedish

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    What?
     
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    Now Timco. Couldn't you tell we were ignoring this thread? :hurah:
     
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    :blush: Sorry.
     
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    This is an OPINION piece, not a report.
     
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    Damn liberal press!
     
  8. mainedish

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    Where did I say it was not.
     
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    <chirp> <chirp> <chirp>
     
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    USA Today is neo-con fish wrap. It makes great paper for starting fires on cold day.
     
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    Interesting. I always thought them to be leftist. Fully agree that it's fish wrap fire starter, tho. :)
     
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    USA Today jumped on the neocon bandwagon when they saw an opportunity to increase their sales by capitalizing on the "Fox News" conservative phenomenon. Like Fox News, it's marketing more than substance.
     
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    Ah - then they've changed. I haven't looked at the rag for many years.
     
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