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October 14, 2005

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Ned Rice
The Man Who Couldn’t Be Borked

The George W. Bush we elected understands that the essence of statesmanship is doing the right thing knowing that you’ll be vilified for doing so. This historic juncture is no time for small-ball, sacrifice bunt, move-the-runner-over tactics, Mr. President. There is, in fact, virtually no tomorrow in terms of your remaining presidency, your legacy, and oh, yes…the future of the republic. This is no time to take a knee. Rather, it’s time for you to hobble up to the plate and crank one out of the park just like Kirk Gibson did in the 1988 Series. And with all due respect, Mr. President, here’s how you do it: Renominate the Honorable Robert H. Bork to be an associate justice of the United States Supreme Court.   »»»


Joseph Farah
An election for every American

Judge Roy Moore, the former state Supreme Court chief justice, is challenging Republican incumbent Bob Riley. You can rest assured the entire Republican establishment will side with Riley. You can bet President Bush will pull out all the stops for him. You can expect the Karl Rove machine to gear up to stop Moore. And, of course, you can expect the American Civil Liberties Union, to continue to make him public enemy No. 1.

But none of that will matter if you take my advice.

If every American reading this column today – or the millions who read it later as it is e-mailed to friends and relatives around the country – contributes a mere $10 to the campaign of Judge Roy Moore, he will win and win big in Alabama.   »»»

Posted by Danny Carlton at October 14, 2005 05:57 AM

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