Sunday, August 15, 2004

Never A Hostile Question for Campaigning Bush

Well this title caught my eye... truth is no one is given the opportunity to ask anything that might be considered hostile or negative...

But would-be Bush hecklers face daunting obstacles: Loyalists handle giving out tickets to the event; home-made signs and banners are often forbidden; and in some cases access hinges on signing a loyalty oath.

"First priority goes to volunteers and supporters and then we reach out to people who are undecided and want to hear what the president has to say," according Bush campaign spokesman Scott Stanzel.

The result is a friendly crowd eager to see the candidate they hope will win the November 2 election, while authorities banish protesters to heavily policed sidewalks blocks away.


Blogger iluvjohnkerry1 said...

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I had a gathering for the democratic convention at my house and gave away a bunch of these shirts and they were a hit!

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