Daily Briefing: Attack Anyone

Email trail shows Abramoff likely laundered funds. [WP, USAT, NYT, WSJ]

Frist on Bolton vote: "It's really between the White House and Chris Dodd and Joe Biden." [WP]

Bush turns eye to domestic affairs and redirects message to "working families." [WP, NYT]

DNC study of the 2004 vote in Ohio finds major problems from but no fraud. Dean: "The results show that our election system failed the citizens of Ohio in 2004 and in particular failed African Americans, new registrants, younger voters and voters in places using touch-screen machines." [WP, NYT]

Bush's strategy of spending "political capital" is exploited by Democrats; Republicans seeking re-election are less loyal. [USAT]

House Republicans support Social Security proposal that downplays private accounts. [WP, USAT, USAT]

Senate rejects mandatory limits on emissions. [WP, WT]

Hastings may resign as chairman of the House ethics committee because of inaction. [NYT]

Rove: "Conservatives saw the savagery of 9/11 in the attacks and prepared for war; liberals saw the savagery of the 9/11 attacks and wanted to prepare indictments and offer therapy and understanding for our attackers." [NYT]

Progress for America begins ad campaign saying Democrats will "attacks anyone the president nominates" to the Supreme Court. [USAT]

Constitutional amendment to ban flag burning passes in the House. [WP, USAT]

Bush: "It is time for this country to start building nuclear power plants again." [NYT]

Congress is considering four steroid-related bills. [USAT]


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