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See BS folks moderating the debates? No way...

by David Evans / September 20, 2004 5:26 PM PDT
BUSH OFFICIALS WANT CBSNEWS MODERATOR OFF DEBATE

Just hours after CBSNEWS admitted it cannot prove the authenticity of documents used in a 60 MINUTES story about President Bush's National Guard service, top Bush advisers are recommending a CBS reporter be removed as moderator of a planned presidential debate, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned.
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The well-placed source continued: "Who can trust these CBS people to play it straight [during the debate]? I suspect they will be out for revenge."


I wonder if anybody might think that See BS might be a bit biased, a little unfair and a tad unbalanced? Well so do I.

President Bush makes plenty of gaffes when speaking, but he darn sure speaks the truth when he does speak and follows his words with action. Nobody can deny that.

DE
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Re: 'speaks the truth' -- what nonsense
by Dave Konkel [Moderator] / September 20, 2004 10:40 PM PDT

Hi, DE.

>>but he darn sure speaks the truth when he does speak and follows his words with action. Nobody can deny that.<<
"Uniter not a divider."
"Govern in a bipartisan fashion."
"$15 billion in AIDS relief for Africa."
"I support an extension of the assault weapons ban."
Yeah, he follows up his "truth-telling" with action, all right. And the tooth fairy is coming to visit tomorrow.

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(NT) (NT) so how much did the tooth fairy leave you?
by Mark5019 / September 21, 2004 12:32 AM PDT
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