October 2004
New Republic;10/4/2004, Vol. 231 Issue 14, p8
Presents political news briefs. Dennis Hastert who rebuked war hero John McCain for not understanding the sacrifices of soldiers when McCain argued against further tax cuts; James Carville who is calling for greater effort of the Democratic Party to win the election while he does little; Suggestion that Carville should take a leave of absence from his hosting duties at CNN's television show "Crossfire" and campaign for the party candidate; Quote from Grover Norquist on why the Democratic Party is dying out; Bills to pay for home security which were shot down on Capitol Hill while so-called pork legislation eased through.


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