Election Recycling: More Excuses Than Jobs Edition

according to edwards bush is a small man Dan Rather acknowledges doubts, encourages media to ask Bush about guard service. [WP, NYT, LAT, USAT, WT]


McClellan expects more documents to be released. CBS' documents traced to Kinko's in Texas, likely to ex-Guardsman; Rep. Cox's (R-Calif.) request for investigation denied. [WP, NYT, USAT, WT]

Kerry to Imus: Bush has "misled America about what we're achieving today and what is happening on the ground in Iraq. . . What's your plan, Mr. President, to stop these kids from being killed?" [WP]

Kerry: "This president has created more excuses than jobs." [NYT, LAT, WSJ, USAT, BG]

Debate commission seeks agreement by Monday. [WP]

Candidates are press shy on the trail. [WP]

BC04 request for injunction against FEC to stop liberal 527s denied. [WP]

Bush: "As governments fight the enemies of democracy, they must uphold the principles of democracy. . . [I'm] concerned about the decisions that are being made in Russia that could undermine democracy in Russia." [WP, WT]

KE04 shifts into position: Lockhart directs message, Cahill manages campaign, Sasso now top advisor; Lockhart "scratched Kerry's itch" to attack Bush. [NYT]

Bush uses language such as "culture of life" to signal conservative and religious beliefs without scaring moderates or foreign leaders. Frum: "If you asked me how I would describe George Bush's religious expressions in a word, I would say 'gentle.' He's never harsh, and abortion is an example." [WP]

Edwards: "There will be no draft when John Kerry is president." [USAT]

Edwards strikes harsher tone, responding to Democratic complaints. [NYT]

Democrats increase ads directed at blacks and Hispanics; Bush appeals to Hispanics. [USAT, BG]

With Iraq and economy, Bush turns weaknesses to political assets. [USAT]

Teresa to hurricane relief volunteers: "Clothing is wonderful, but let them go naked for a while, at least the kids. Water is necessary, and then generators, and then food, and then clothes." [USAT]

Chamber of Commerce attacks candidates in 25 states seen as bad for business. [WSJ]

Arizona, formerly red, now swings 10 electoral votes. [LAT]

Deferments like Cheney's considered normal. [LAT]

New "Daily Show" book hailed as the "devil's own comedic handiwork, a side-splitting guide to the abuses and absurdities built into our political processes and institutions." [NYT]

[AP Photo/Robert Caplin]

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