Monday, October 25, 2004

One state two state red state blue state

He meant SHIRLEY Booth, Oswald the Rabbit, and …um….
LONDON (AP) - A British newspaper apologized Monday for a weekend article in which a writer appeared to call for the assassination of President Bush.

In a regular column in The Guardian newspaper's Saturday TV listings magazine, Charlie Brooker described Bush in scathing terms, and concluded: ``John Wilkes Booth, Lee Harvey Oswald, John Hinckley Jr., where are you now that we need you?''

Find that quote!
"All of you do, up and down the West Coast, the East Coast, a few blocks in southern Manhattan called Wall Street. Let me clue you in. We don't care. You see, you're outnumbered 2 to 1 by folks in the big, wide middle of America, busy working people who don't read The New York Times or Washington Post or The L.A. Times. And you know what they like? They like the way he walks and the way he points, the way he exudes confidence. They have faith in him. And when you attack him for his malaprops, his jumbled syntax, it's good for us. Because you know what those folks don't like? They don't like you!"


Anonymous Anonymous said...

From the Austin Chronicle...

Here's "Maverick" Media Mark McKinnon – former "radical" UT student, former student "journalist," former "Democrat," now longtime devotee of and flack for Dubya Bush – in The New York Times Magazine on Sunday, in a Ron Suskind piece about the Bush administration's curiously antagonistic relationship with factual reality.

Do I win a prize?

Will J. in San Jose

10:34 AM  

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