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Now that it has become clear that no one is entitled to criticize any proposal by McCain without being perceived as being "negative," it's obvious that Bush must incorporate the following preface into every statement he utters, every comercial he runs, every leaflet he distributes and every phone call any of his supporters make in which he may have the temerity to find any fault whatsoever in any aspect of any of McCain's proposals:
Recommended example #1:
John McCain is a hero. In fact, George Bush thinks John McCain is much more heroic than George Bush himself. Nevertheless, George Bush recognizes that since even heroes sometimes have bad ideas, it's his obligation to point out flaws in McCain's ideas on campaign finance reform: Enactment of his proposals would not merely limit contributions by those that you as a voter may perceive as "special interests," they would also limit YOUR rights as a voter to pool your money with other like-thinking individuals to engage in advocacy of issues and/or candidates with which you agree.
Recommended example #2:
John McCain is a hero. In fact, George Bush thinks John McCain is much more heroic than George Bush himself. Nevertheless, George Bush recognizes that since even heroes sometimes have bad ideas, it's his obligation to point out flaws in McCain's ideas on tax cuts: No matter how noble may be McCain's goal of helping the "little guy," it's simply wrong to use rhetoric that falsely implies that money paid to the government as taxes belongs to the government so that a reduction of such taxes should be viewed as a "benefit" from, or "spending" by, the government. © 2000
(2000-02-18 Daily Update--01 © 2000)
Dubya Turns Inside Out and Outside In (du 2000-02-06)
I'm not a Washington Insider--only my closest advisors and supporters are. © 2000
A Note to Bush about Campaign Finance "Reform" (du 2000-02-04) © 2000
A Warning to Bush (du 2000-02-04)
Despite McCain's class-warfare rhetoric mischaracterizing tax-cuts for everyone as "benefiting the rich"; despite his support of Orwellian laws mislabeled as Campaign Finance "Reform"; despite his hypocritical support of the anti-tobacco Gestapo while luxurating in the lap of Big Beer, he's still an honorable man who demonstrated heroism and courage most of us could never muster. He's a good man with terrible ideas. Trash his terrible ideas but don't trash the man. © 2000
Campaign Finance Reform: Go here.
Palindromes about Dubya (What's a palindrome? Go here.)