Election Recycling: It's Easy to Complain about the Press Edition

ive_got_someplace_to_be Bush, Cheney meet with 9/11 Commission for over three hours, talk of pre-9/11 warnings; described as "amicable. . . even jovial at times." Bush: "If we had something to hide, we wouldn't have met with them in the first place. We answered all their questions. . . I think it was important for them to see our body language, as well, how we work together." Kean: "We learned things we did not know about the events of the day of 9/11 and, very importantly, the president gave us real insights into his thinking." [WP and NYT and WT]

No transcript, no video, no photos. Stephanopoulos: "No question about it, this is the president's turf." [NYT]

Kerry expresses concern over growing criticism his staff is predominantly white. Sharpton: "I don't know whether the criticism is based on people wanting to see the inner circle diversified or whether it's a job application through the media." [NYT]

Cheney to Republicans: "It's easy to complain about the press -- I've been doing it for a good part of my career. It's part of what goes with a free society. What I do is try to focus upon those elements of the press that I think do an effective job and try to be accurate in their portrayal of events. For example, I end up spending a lot of time watching Fox News, because they're more accurate in my experience, in those events that I'm personally involved in, than many of the other outlets." [WP]

Kerry attacks Bush on homeland security. [LAT and WP]

Kerry's state-level organizing is lacking, even in key states. [WT]

Muslim groups indicate support of Bush. [USAT]

Pentagon vows to fix voting problems by November. [WP]

[AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta]


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