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Gag Orders

By 8.24.04

Our two parties say democracy would be better off if you would shut up.
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A Race Made in Media Heaven

By 8.12.04

Even if Keyes can't make it close, going one on one with powerful Obama will provide steady copy.
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Bush’s Opportunity

By 8.6.04

Democrats officially view the war in Iraq as a complete distraction from the war on al Qaeda. Here’s how the President can set them straight.
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Democratic Offshoreman

By 8.4.04

Attacked by tax pirates, John Kerry sought shelter on offshore islands before becoming a pirate himself.
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Kerry’s Flat Bounce

By 8.3.04

The Democrat should be congratulated: he’s now perceived as more liberal than he was before Boston.
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Soft on Terrorism

By 7.30.04

Kerry wanted to sound tough yet couldn’t bring himself to use that very word.
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Dull and Mean

By 7.28.04

Teddy was both, except when the slurs got in the way. Teresa was superbe and Obama delivered.
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Rhythm and Blues

By 7.27.04

Our emissary to the Democratic Convention hip-hops his way across an angry Boston where everything is expected to go wrong.
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