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illumin8's Journal: Could the GOP be any more evil? 2

Journal by illumin8

I was just getting my daily dose of CNN and I found an article that blew my mind. Can you believe the GOP is trying to capitalize on Reagan's death already?? Naww, they wouldn't do something as evil as that, especially so soon after he died. At least let us mourn for a few hours before you start turning him into an animatronic puppet that says "Vote Bush/Cheney".

Not only are they using his likeness in an ad, without permission from his family, they are again using footage from the 9/11 cleanup. This frankly disgusts me. The Bush administration shouldn't be trying to use the deaths of innocent victims during 9/11 to gain political points. I think it just goes to show that they will stoop to any level to win the election.

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Could the GOP be any more evil?

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  • by Stargoat (658863)
    George Bush is five points behind in the poles. After Kerry chooses Edwards or Clark for his VP, that difference will rise. I think Kerry might have this one.
    • George Bush is five points behind in the poles. After Kerry chooses Edwards or Clark for his VP, that difference will rise. I think Kerry might have this one.

      I think you're right. The campaign ads I've seen recently from the Bush camp seem to ooze desperation. They are using the familiar 1-2 punch of instilling fear in the public and at the same time running a smear campaign against Kerry.

      These are both tactics of desperation.

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