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Sunday, December 17, 2006


The Undeniable Liberal has tagged me!

The rules for this one are as follows:

Find the nearest book. Name the book and the author. Turn to page 123. Go to the fifth sentence on the page. Copy out the next three sentences and post to your blog. Tag three more folks.

The nearest book right now is titled "BUSHIT! - An A-Z Guide to the Bush attack on truth, justice, equality, and the American Way" by Jack Huberman

"In the final months of the campaign, AG Ashcroft jumped into the fray - launching investigations of new voter registrations in poor and minority neighborhoods, where the GOP alleged voter fraud. "Republicans seem to have been laying the groundwork for an argyument. . .in the case of a contested Kerry win, that Democrats stole the election," wrote Clay Risen in The New Republic. A related move was to charge Dems with "reverse voter intimidation," such as in a claim by Florida Reublicans that roving bands of "Kerry thugs" were harassing early Republican voters.

Robert, Sheri, and Donnie, You're it!

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Blogger Donnie McDaniel said...

Good Gawd!!! Again? I got tagged by two now. At least it was before I did the first one! I can do both at the same time. Here I was, just minding my own business and writing up a special report for The Peace Train, and POW!! Blindsided by the blogosphere.

On second thought, I can do it twice and retrace the originators of the tags. Return the favor in kind! SIX!!! I might be able to have some fun with this one.

title="comment permalink">December 17, 2006 11:46 AM  
Blogger John Good said...

Hey, Donnie! You are POPULAR!! =)

title="comment permalink">December 17, 2006 4:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great book!!

title="comment permalink">December 18, 2006 8:03 AM  

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