Election Recycling: Saucy, Sexy, Brilliant Edition

someone_at_AP_is_getting_a_little_bored Bush worries about security, says Iraq will be independent: "When we say we transfer full sovereignty, we mean we transfer full sovereignty." [WP and NYT]

Kerry says tax code is too complicated, wants answers about prison abuse scandal; repeats "I'm running for president because..." Answers include, "I want an economy that strengthens and expands the middle class, not one that squeezes it." Bush: "I guess if you want to try to find something to be pessimistic about, you can find it." [WP and NYT and LAT]

Bush defends stem-cell position: "Life is a creation of God, not a commodity to be exploited by man." [NYT]

Bush's priorities sliced by Republican-controlled Appropriations Committee. [WSJ]

Bush's bounce from rebound may "dilute" because 30% of new jobs go to immigrants, a larger share than the overall market. [LAT]

Candidates balance optimism about economy. Axelrod: "There is a trap for Kerry in that he doesn't want to be pegged as pessimistic and negative. But there is a trap for Bush in that he doesn't want to look oblivious to people's real pain." [LAT and WT]

Kerry runs new slogan: "Stronger at home, respected in the world." [WP]

Niche cable channels, TiVo, caller ID challenge campaign tactics. [WP]

NRANews radio program begins tomorrow, bypasses election rules. [NYT]

Teresa switched parties after attacks on Cleland; Kerry says she's "saucy, sexy, brilliant." [LAT]

In NJ, Kerry behind Gore, possibly Bush. [WT]

Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor, a Bush supporter, calls for Kerry to quit Senate. [BG]

Effect of "Fahrenheit 9/11" to be determined. [BG]

LAT, GOP debate poll findings. [WT]

Military ballots still a mess. [WSJ][AP Photo/Jeff Chiu]


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