Saturday, August 28, 2004
Today's News In Advance
But What About the Airport Issue? Or Downstate Jobs?
9:00 am: Senate candidate Alan Keyes, CURE Founder and President Star Parker, and approximately 40 black pastors from across the U.S. hold a press conference in commemoration of the 41st anniversary of the 'I Have a Dream' speech and in support of a Constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C.I can think of no more inappropriate setting for a more inappropriate candidate for a more inappropriate purpose on a more inappropriate occasion. Just who the f*** does this guy think he is?
Good morning friends. Heat wave seems to have passed, so perhaps voter registration will be more comfortable today. Will be off soon, but had to do the quick once over. Above item is from "The Note", which is best read from the bottom up, skipping over all the editorial comment and going to the usually numerous links directly -- though they tend to be ones we can easily find ourselves from NYT and WaPo, so nothing revolutionary here.
But GWB has come out of hiding and is on the trail again, so perhaps we'll see what changes have been made to his "Ask a Bush" implant.
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