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by Edward ODaniel / September 15, 2004 3:52 AM PDT
Jay Leno.... Bush is up 10 points [in the polls]. Doesn't look good [for Kerry]. Not only is Bush ahead overall, he's also ahead in a lot of key issues like Iraq, terrorism and the economy. But Kerry is ahead on grammar and pronunciation, and overall nuance. .... John Kerry called Bill Clinton Saturday night at the hospital. They said that Clinton talked to Kerry for 90 minutes giving him advice. Clinton reportedly told Kerry to stop talking about Vietnam. Not during the campaign. Just during the phone call. "Will you stop? I'm in the hospital." .... Here's an interesting fact, the Republican Convention boosted the New York economy $255 million. But the Democrat Convention in Boston only netted it $14.8 million. People wonder why it was so much less? Sure, Democrats don't like spending their own money. .... John Kerry has a new theme to his campaign, he says the "W" in George W. Bush stands for "wrong." The wrong direction, the wrong policy. Gee I wonder if Bush will say the "F" in John "F" Kerry stands for "flip-flop." Are these guys running for president of the 8th grade? .... Actually Bush got the last laugh. He said "everybody knows wrong starts with R." .... As you know, Kerry is now behind Bush in the polls, so he's trying to reach out to more people. I guess the Kerry campaign has been experimenting with new slogans. They sound kind of familiar. Have you heard his latest one? "Did somebody say Vietnam?" .... According to a new poll out today Ralph Nader is down to 1% of the popular vote. Now it seems to me if you're at 1% can you still call it the popular vote? Isn't the pretty much the "what the [heck] are you doing in this race vote?" .... Did you hear this? "60 minutes" has a new policy. From now on they're going to spend at least 60 minutes verifying their stories.

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Re: Jay Leno says...
by William Finder / September 15, 2004 4:22 AM PDT
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I'll bet you got so excited when you heard this that you just p**** in your pants!

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(NT) (NT) I didn't, but sixty minutes is certainly a new high for
by Kiddpeat / September 15, 2004 5:10 AM PDT
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(NT) (NT) No, I'm not troubled with your disability.
by Edward ODaniel / September 15, 2004 5:40 AM PDT
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