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Monday, October 25, 2004

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 Who is out of the mainstream?

Despite all the ranting from the reTHUGlican wingnuts about how "liberal" John Kerry is, it seems increasingly clear that it is Bush, not Kerry, who is outside the mainstream of American society.

Examining some of Kerry's endorsements, for example, we find the Financial Times, W's hometown newspaper, 24 newspapers that endorsed Bush in 2000, American Conservative magazine, Bush's relatives, and dozens of university professors of business and economics, among others. These are centrists, all. More in line with Reagan than McGovern, certainly.

Among Bush's endorsements we find Al Qaeda and Iran.

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