Election Recycling: Nader To Take Florida From Behind

Bush agenda would cost $3 trillion over 10 years, well beyond Kerry's plan; Iraq alone adds $4 billion each month. [WP]

Kitty Kelley book called "a perfect artifact of a cultural climate in which gossip and innuendo thrive on the Internet." Buchan: "The gossip writer's allegations are false and so trashy that even the tabloids should cringe." [NYT, USAT]

Nader approved for Florida ballot. [NYT, BG]

Bush rips Kerry on health care: "You'll hear the same rhetoric you hear every campaign, believe me. . . It is the most tired, pathetic way to campaign for the presidency." [WP, NYT, LAT, LAT, USAT]

Kerry ups ante on Bush's character. On assault weapons ban: "Today George Bush chose to make the job of terrorists easier and make the job of police officers harder, and that's just plain wrong." [WP, NYT, LAT, BG]

CBS expert only saw signature: "There's no way that I, as a document expert, can authenticate them." CBS insiders increasingly concerned. Laura: "They probably are forgeries, and I think that's terrible, really." [WP, NYT]

Three-star general oversees search for Bush's Guard documents. [WP]

Cheney says Russians, Europeans will become more aggressive in fighting terrorism: "I think there will be a higher degree of cooperation from all countries as we move forward." [WP]

Bush on importing drugs from Canada: "It's an interesting idea, but remember, my job is to protect you as best I can." [LAT]

Bush's environmental record pushed status quo, eliminated regulation, advocated raw proposals. [NYT]

Families to protest war, Bush's Guard service. [LAT]

Bush tops Kerry in Wisconsin. [USAT]

Bush, Kerry support expansion of broadband access through variety of tax credit programs. [WSJ]

Breitweiser to make campaign appearances for Kerry. [USAT]

More than one-third of colleges do not help students register to vote. [LAT]

Europeans favor Kerry 6-to-1. [WSJ]

People suffering from dementia are voting; one thought Roosevelt was president. [WP]

Teresa says Bush's steadfastness shows "inattention and indifference." [BG]

"Going Upriver: The Long War of John Kerry" borders on campaign ad. [NYT]


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