Posts Tagged ‘2004 election’
The former Python takes aim at Bush and Blair — without losing his sense of humor.
(Mother Jones, February 2, 2005)
Andrew Wilkie, a top Australian intelligence official, didn’t think the available WMD intel justified invading Iraq. When the government of Prime Minister John Howard joined the Coalition of the Willing anyway, Wilkie quit in protest. Since then, he’s been speaking out.
(Mother Jones, August 16, 2004)
Democrats can pull it out in November, says Howard Dean; but then they’re going to have to rebuild the party — from the bottom up.
(Mother Jones, October 4, 2004)
Former US ambassador Carol Moseley Braun is a fringe candidate in next year’s presidential election.
(The Southland Times (Invercargill, New Zealand), September 11, 2003)
Joe Trippi on the lessons of the Dean campaign, the virtues of Internet democracy, and the end of politics-as-usual.
(Mother Jones, July 20, 2004)
That’s what another Bush term would be like, says Jim Hightower. He talks to MJ.com about the Democratic convention, the necessary Kerry compromise, and what progressives–win or lose–have to do.
(Mother Jones, July 29, 2004)
Bill Hillsman made his name in political advertising with spots that bucked the tired old formulas and got people talking. He’s not impressed with what he sees out there this political season.
(Mother Jones, September 13, 2004)
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