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Kindred Spirits Fair and Balance
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Saturday, December 06, 2003  

Democrats.US - Online Think Tank for Democrats - Editorial:

"Howard Dean's a Winner

By: Molly Ivins
Syndicated Columnist

AUSTIN, Texas -- No one has been waiting with bated breath for me to make up my mind about the Democratic presidential candidates, but I have, and you might be interested in how I got there. I'm for Howard Dean -- because he's going to win. "

posted by Libbie | 9:08 PM
 

The Observer | Business | Iraq delays hand Cheney firm $1bn:

"Iraq delays hand Cheney firm $1bn

· Key contract decisions postponed again
· Blair drawn into row over lack of 'level playing fields'

Oliver Morgan, industrial editor
Sunday December 7, 2003
The Observer [London]

Halliburton, the engineering group formerly run by US vice-president Dick Cheney, has been given $1 billion worth of reconstruction work in Iraq by the US government without having to compete for it, thanks to repeated delays in opening up a key contract to competition. "

posted by Libbie | 8:51 PM


Tuesday, December 02, 2003  

The Politics of Payoff (washingtonpost.com):

"The Politics of Payoff
By E. J. Dionne Jr.
Tuesday, December 2, 2003; Page A27

President Bush likes to talk about the need for 'fiscal sanity in Washington.' His decision to run up the national debt is entirely sane -- as long as you understand his real purpose. Bush doesn't care a whit about deficits. That's because he is not a fiscal conservative. He is a political conservative out to buy himself a majority in 2004 and spending the next generation's money to do it. "

Super-pigs at the trough!

posted by Libbie | 6:15 AM


Monday, December 01, 2003  

Election Is Now for Bush Campaign (washingtonpost.com):

"Election Is Now for Bush Campaign
Early Efforts Aim To Amass Voters
By Dan Balz and Mike Allen
Washington Post Staff Writers
Sunday, November 30, 2003; Page A01

President Bush's reelection team, anticipating another close election, has begun to assemble one of the largest grass-roots organizations of any modern presidential campaign, using enormous financial resources and lack of primary opposition to seize an early advantage over the Democrats in the battle to mobilize voters in 2004."

This article clearly demonstrates why no Democrat can afford to be complacent.

posted by Libbie | 8:11 AM

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