Tuesday, May 04, 2004

Hop on the bus, Gus 

There is no doubt about it, folks. These people are BRAIN-DEAD.

Only an utter moron would actually greenlight such a name. Only a moron would come up with the idea.

Don't forget--Bush is in charge of every single detail of his campaign, folks. It's been reported and substantiated. And if there was EVER ANY DOUBT...

Read THIS.

What Happened to Bush's “Winning the War on Terror” Tour?

Last Week, the Bush-Cheney Campaign Proudly Promoted Its “Winning the War on Terror” Bus Tour.

“Bush-Cheney '04 Launches Winning the War on Terror Tour.” In another April release, the campaign said, “Bush-Cheney '04 today launched the Winning the War on Terror Tour…Today's kick-off events in Michigan, New Hampshire and Ohio will coincide with the release of a new ad, "Weapons," that will air in various markets and on national cable stations. Additionally, a state specific "Weapons" ad will air in 9 states. The Winning the War on Terror Tour will continue throughout the next two weeks.” [4/26/04]

Bush-Cheney Campaign E-Mail, 4/27. “From a Bush-Cheney campaign e-mail: "You are invited to an online chat with" ex-NYPD commish/ex-Iraq Interim Interior Minister Bernard Kerik on 4/29. "Kerik is hosting this chat as part of the Bush-Cheney '04 Winning the War on Terror Tour…" (Hotline sources, 4/27).” [The Hotline, April 28, 2004]

Bush-Cheney Campaign Press Release, 4/30. “Today, U.S. Representative Jim Kolbe continued the Winning the War on Terror Tour at a press conference in Tucson…Today's Tucson event is one of eight events in the Winning the War on Terror Tour this week. The first was in Evendale, Ohio on Monday. Michigan, New Hampshire and Maine have also hosted Winning the War on Terror press conferences this week…Earlier today, Missouri played host to a Winning the War on Terror press conference in St. Louis that focused on the importance of the F/A-18 fighter jet. The Winning the War on Terror Tour will continue over the course of several weeks” [PR Newswire, April 30, 2004]

Today, The Tour Was Renamed “Yes, America Can.” President Bush mysteriously changed the name of this week’s campaign tour from the “Winning the War on Terror” tour to “Yes, America Can.” Unfortunately for President Bush, media outlets reported the original name of his tour numerous times in the past week.


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