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Thursday, May 5, 2005

student work My Favorite Internet Site

5-5-05 My Favorite Internet Site By: Ernan M I like to go to miniclips.com and there are like 100 games in that site. I always like to go to Bushes Shootout, you can play like this. This is how you play, your in the white house and you have to shoot bad people and you have this gone that is really... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, May 3, 2005

student composition -- susan

WHAT I HAVE BEEN READING I have been reading a book called the wannabes. And it was talking about three girls one of them was popular but the other two were not popular and the two girls were jealous because of that one girl. They used to pretend like her so that they can be popular but they could... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Student Spell Salvador,L.

Redouble: Double again. Recommend: to speak in favor of someone. Deserve: to have a right to something. Depart: to go away. Adjoin: Administer: to be in charge of something. Exact: with out any mistake. Exclaim: to cry out with strong. Indent: to begin a line farther in the left margin that the... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, April 1, 2005

New York, New England, the Eastern Seaboard, California: Lost to Democrats

Karl Rove was the guy who brought the electoral college back into the Republican camp. A realistic view of the nation showed New York, New England and most of the eastern seaboard, and California as lost to the democrats. He calculated strong in the Mountain west, strong in Texas and Florida,... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Endless Equivocation and Triangulation.

Karl Rove was the thinker who developed the line "...change the tone in Washington..." The reason it was such a successful line was that, although it was a political statement, it hinted at the moral backbone of the Bush name. It was intended to be received in the light of the dying Clinton... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, March 28, 2005

Rove Staged "Yellow Rose Garden" Strategy, W. working with Texas Lawmakers

Modeling his 2000 presidential campaign on the McKinley campaign of 1896, Rove staged a "Yellow Rose Garden" strategy, limiting W. Bush to working with the Texas legislature, while he organized 50 states and nearly 35 million dollars in contributions. The reason the McKinley campaign was significant... Sign in to see full entry.

After the Innaugural Balls Were Over Debate Over Tax Cuts Began

Tax cuts in the JFK administration resulted in an economic boom for the late '60's; a tax cut in the '80's under Reagan lead to the 90's economic boom. When asked whether he would raise taxes, W. Bush proclaimed: "I will cut your taxes should I be elected your president. That is a promise." He had... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, March 27, 2005

Letting Al Gore Be Al Gore Was a Major Strategy Success for W.

In October of 2000, when the nation was gripped by the uncertainty of not knowing who the next president would be, Karl sent George home to Texas. There he walked the property, cleared brush, drove the pickup and just looked like a real Texan. His logic went like this: first, Al Gore and his lawyers... Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, March 26, 2005

"Compassionate Conservative" -- The Inside Story!

During the 2000 presidential campaign, I think it was the summer of 1999, somewhere in Iowa, George W. answered a question as to where he had gotten the term "compassionate conservative". He replied "from my mother". The report was misconstrued in the press to mean that his mother had given him the... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, March 25, 2005

The Slump Began Early in the Year, He Bottomed Out at 39%

The best decision in the 2004 campaign was to begin the year with an absolutely terrible State of the Union Speech. A departure from his previous annual speeches, where he announced billions of dollars in aid to go for AIDs relief in Africa and other humanistic efforts, this speech was a complete... Sign in to see full entry.

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