Wednesday, October 06, 2004

Cheney Crushes The Ambulance Chaser

NBC's Tom Brokaw: Cheney "Is The Authority" And Has An "Ability To Exude Self-Confidence Without Overstating It." (MSNBC's "Hardball," 10/5/04)

NBC'S Tim Russert: "I Think, Chris, Dick Cheney Could Audition For The Lead Role In The Apprentice, If Donald Trump Ever Gets Tired. I'm Sorry, Senator, You're Fired. You Just Don't Measure Up." (MSNBC's "Hardball," 10/5/04)

The Weekly Standard's Fred Barnes: "[Cheney] Looked Like A Man In Charge." (Fox News' "Special Coverage," 10/5/04)

Fox News' Jim Angle: "Brit, Well, Vice President Cheney Didn't Give An Inch And He Didn't Mince Words Tonight." (Fox News' "Special Coverage," 10/5/04)

MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell: "And There Did Seem To Be A Stature Gap. Dick Cheney Is One Of The Most Efficiently Tough And Calculating Characters That Any Of Us Have Ever Seen In Politics And What He Also Tried To Do, And I Think Effectively Tonight, Was Warm Himself Up A Little Bit." (MSNBC's "Hardball," 10/5/04)

The National Review's Jim Geraghty Calls Vice President Cheney's Performance "The Single Most Devastating One-Sided Drubbing Since Lloyd Bentsen Smacked Dan Quayle All Around The Stage In 1988." (Jim Geraghty, "Kerry Spot," National Review Online, 10/5/04, Http://Www.Nationalreview.Com/Kerry/Kerry200410052247.Asp, Accessed 10/5/04)

MSNBC's Joe Scarborough: "I Don't Think, Again, It Was So Much John Edwards' Weakness As It Was Dick Cheney's Great Gravitas." (MSNBC's "Hardball," 10/5/04)

The Village Voice's James Ridgeway: "Time After Time, Cheney Trapped Edwards Into Explaining Kerry's Positions, Forcing Him To Waste Time And Transform Himself Into An Often Embarrassing P.R. Guy." (James Ridgeway, "The Real President Stands Up," The Vilalge Voice Web Site, 10/5/04, http://www.villagevoice.com/issues/0440/ridgeway2.php, Accessed 10/5/04)

The Weekly Standard's Bill Kristol: "The Main Thing Out Of This Debate Is That Dick Cheney Put John Kerry's Senate Record On National Security Defense Right Back On The Table." (Fox News' "Special Coverage," 10/5/04)

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