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* '''2007-05-09''' [http://www.comcast.net/news/national/index.jsp?cat=DOMESTIC
* '''2007-05-09''' [http://www.comcast.net/news/national/index.jsp?cat=DOMESTIC&fn=/2007/05/09/658970.html Retired Generals Challenge GOP in Ads]: "Three retired generals challenged a dozen members of Congress in a new ad campaign Wednesday, saying the politicians can't expect to win re-election if they support President [[George W. Bush|Bush]]'s policies in [[US invasion of Iraq|Iraq]]." The generals in question are Maj. Gen. [[John Batiste]] (ret.), Maj. Gen. [[Paul Eaton]] (ret.), and NATO Supreme Allied Commander [[Wesley Clark]] (ret.); the ads were created by [http://votevets.org VoteVets.org].
==See Also==
*[[2000-2007 US Presidential Administration]]

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  • Seemingly hostile towards science [1], while the Democrats tend to be opposed to large engineering projects
  • Known for pointlessly "dirty" campaigning [2]


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  • 2005-12-21 Fear of death may factor into who we vote for: specifically, subtle reminders of mortality caused people to switch votes from Kerry to Bush; this seems likely to be a specific of a more general trend of voting Republican/Conservative being correlated with perceived danger level. The Party seems well aware of this, as they have a created a number of entities whose sole purpose seems to be to generate calculated levels of alarm and fear, at will, in the general population.


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