Thursday, October 14, 2004

Political Blog For The Politically Incorrect: Bagpipes For Kerry After Debate Whoopin'

ABC Group Of Movable Voters Breaks For President Bush Five To One. (ABC's "Good Morning America," 10/14/04)

MSNBC's Don Imus On Kerry's Debate Performance: "I Was Really Disappointed In Him." (MSNBC's "Imus In The Morning," 10/14/04)

Presidential Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin: Kerry "Was Speaking Too Fast, Speaking Over The Heads Of People And Not Talking Straight." (MSNBC's "Imus In The Morning," 10/14/04)

The Las Vegas Review-Journal Editorial: "Ultimately, The President Did The Better Job Wednesday." (Editorial, "Round Three In Arizona," The Las Vegas Review-Journal, 10/14/04)

The Las Vegas Review-Journal Editorial: "In The Final Debate Between The Democratic Candidate And President George W. Bush, Sen. Kerry Struggled To Suppress His Left-Wing Tendencies." (Editorial, "Round Three In Arizona," The Las Vegas Review-Journal, 10/14/04)
Claremont McKenna College Political Science Professor Jack Pitney: "Bush Did Very Well." (Jonathan Riskind And Jack Torry, "Both Candidates Tried To Perform Balancing Act," The Columbus Dispatch, 10/14/04)

The [Minneapolis] Star Tribune's David Westphal: "Bush Scored Points Wednesday Night On His Opponent's Natural Terrain -- Domestic Issues-- And Finished On The Upswing." (David Westphal, "Analysis: Campaign Now Shifts To Swing-State America," [Minneapolis] Star Tribune, 10/14/04)

CBS' Craig Crawford: President Bush "Did A Better Job Of Showing His Heart And His Humanity." (CBS' "The Early Show," 10/14/04)

The Houston Chronicle's Bennett Roth: Kerry Was Lacking In Precision, "Frequently Resorting To The Type Of Meandering Responses That Cause Critics To Call Him Vague." (Bennett Roth, "Facing Off: From Faith To Finances," The Houston Chronicle, 10/14/04)

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Editorial: "Kerry Also Talked Down The Economy So Dourly You'd Think A Second Great Depression Is Upon Us." (Editorial, "Closing The Deal," The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 10/14/04)

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Editorial: "If Thinking People Viewed Last Night's Debate As We Did, The President's Running Electoral College Count Should Increase." (Editorial, "Closing The Deal," The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 10/14/04)
Rocky Mountain News Editorial: "For The Second Time In As Many Weeks, President Bush Turned In A Strong Performance." (Editorial, "Final Debate A Contrast Of Visions," [Denver] Rocky Mountain News, 10/14/04)

Albuquerque Journal Pollster Brian Sanderoff "Said Bush Connected Well With People On Personal Issues, Like Prayer And Family." (Leslie Linthicum And Tania Soussan, "N.M. Reaction: Viewers Don't Think Many Minds Changed," Albuquerque Journal, 10/14/04)

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