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Election Recycling: A Gross Distortion Edition

hold_me_dick Specter wins Pennsylvania primary. [WP and NYT]


Kerry: "I think a lot of veterans are going to be very angry at a president who can't account for his own service in the National Guard, and a vice president who got every deferment in the world and decided he had better things to do, criticizing somebody who fought for their country and served." [WP and LAT]

Veterans have mixed reactions over Vietnam service controversy. Said one, "Unlike John Kerry, I'm proud of my medals. I have them at home. . . Jane Fonda should be tried for treason, and Kerry shouldn't --and won't-- be president." [WP]

Some justices imply they see merit in administration's case about Cheney's energy meetings. [WP]

Bush, Cheney prepare for 9/11 panel; no formal recording of visit. [WP and NYT and USAT]

Wes Clark on military service controversy: "When John Kerry released his military records to the public last week, Americans learned a lot about Mr. Kerry's exceptional service in Vietnam. They also learned a lot about the Republican attack machine. . . Although President Bush has not engaged personally in such accusations, he has done nothing to stop others from making them. I believe those who didn't serve, or didn't show up for service, should have the decency to respect those who did serve — often under the most dangerous conditions, with bravery and, yes, with undeniable patriotism." [NYT]

Kerry still looking for running mate; no new developments. [LAT]

Hughes calls criticism that she compared abortion rights activists to terrorists "a gross distortion." Hughes: "I would never make such a comparison. Surely even the most strident of partisans, and reasonable people on both sides of the abortion issue, can agree that we have been reminded of the precious nature of human life and that we ought to work to reduce the number of abortions in America." [WP]

Bush campaign utilizes Internet to organize house parties [USAT]

Scholar: "This time [Bush] doesn't have a clear strategy, theme and message to deal with issues like homeland security, job loss and health care. He's all over the place, but so is Kerry." [NYT]

GOP protesters may volunteer for convention work, then skip out. [NYT]

[AFP/File/Luke Frazza]

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