Monday, July 26, 2004 New page by 10 a.m. Monday-Friday
Swing states Fla., Ohio and Mo. still up for grabs John Kerry is ahead by 5 points among likely voters in Ohio, a state that George W. Bush won by 4 points in 2000. And in Florida, which was a virtual tie four years ago, President Bush is now ahead by 4 points. Missouri, the nation's most reliable bellwether, is even.
to highlight his combat service
Kerry tells reporter to 'shove it' Teresa Heinz
Kerry urged her home-state delegates to the Democratic National Convention
to restore a more civil tone to American politics, then minutes later
told a newspaperman to "shove it."
From the Saturday
Ex-adviser: Diana cleaned Charles out in divorce Says prince handed over 'every penny he had' - possibly $33 million.
Border agents brutal, she sez Sporting ugly bruises and crying through eyes nearly swollen shut, a diminutive Chinese businesswoman yesterday recounted her violent encounter with U.S. border agents in Niagara Falls.
I can't say
that personally I'm a fan of Bush ... my personal opinion that he
is at least far better than the current Democratic candidate who
joins a long line of Democratic candidates who I could not and can
not respect even as human beings having tried to look over them.
I'm sure you're rather busy with a great wealth of e-mails however
and the rantings and ravings of a Senior Airmen would probably take
up a good amount of that time.
Actually I solve the problem of the registered links very often by taking the headline in your column and pasting it in the search engine for Yahoo. It can very often find a non-registering link to the same story.
My problem with the registering is that there is no standard format that seems to work where I can use some mundane login for all sites, thus I have to keep a registery for these sites which is not worth the effort.
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