While frustration is part of the deal for both those being watched over and those doing the watching, there is also an presumption of goodwill in that both parties are assumed to want the same thing; namely, the successful protection of the person being covered. Clymer, by the way, is the reporter who wrote recently that a Bush ad on prescription drugs had "zero" accuracy. We're electing a new president. Bush or Vice President Al Gore. Strategists on both sides agree that more than 90 percent of the electorate has by now settled on either Gov.
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Add Adam Clymer to your PopFlock. Out side of the liberal coasts, no one really cares about what the NYT says anymore. That paper came out three days before he retired and boasts two front-page stories that Clymer wrote, including one of his most beloved pieces — former Sen. Early in his Senate career in the s, Santorum, a Pennsylvania Republican, made a poor impression on then-Sen. Coburn later sought a meeting with Reid to apologize. And this won't hurt him one bit anyway; it'll actually help.
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Such judgments are unique to the individual, after all. Did anyone see this on Letterman or their local news channel? We studied tapes of Cheney's television appearances and analyzed ones from my Senate campaigns. More than most things he says, I really do believe he thinks the guy is an asshole. Very often, bad things. Another difference lies in how the two politicians handled the aftermath of their swearing forays. The Washington Post story notes in the fourth paragraph that "Bush did a little of his own plain speaking.
Bush said he took intelligence reform seriously, but the Times expressed frustration that he moved too slowly and without serious purpose. Those where he received positive marks are a somewhat random assortment of one time praise, such as a singular editorials favorably reviewing his recognition of mental illness as a serious problem and his intentions to make prescriptions less expensive for the elderly. A Contentious Relationship IV: It clearly felt that something so precious to so many Americans as marriage should not be exploited for political purposes. I was wrong — CNN aired the video unbleeped, complete with captioning. The growth of the South Korean economy has often been attributed to the rise of Chaebols, or family owned businesses with wide-ranging conglomeratelike economic interests.