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2004 US Presidential Election
October 14, 2004
Kerry | Clinton: Off The Bench

The Guardian reports that Bill’s back in the game, recording radio advertisements for Kerry / Edwards.



Posted by Alan at October 14, 2004 07:27 AM | TrackBack
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I’m all for it! Nothing energizes the Republican base to vote quite like dragging ol’ Bill out of the closet. I doubt he’ll be able to get anymore Dems to the polls than Bruce Springstein and Cher already have — but he darned sure will get Republicans to the polls!

If there were any doubt that the Dems think they are losing this one — this should be proof enough. Even THEY know that Clinton is a double-edged sword but at this point, they’re desparate.

Posted by: Mark [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 26, 2004 02:13 PM

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