Back to your local site:
 


Related sites

Knight Ridder Washington Bureau: Making sense of Washington and the world.


Knight Ridder election blogs
  • Hot off the Trail
  • Life of the Parties
  • Ozblog
  • Ohioblog
  • Campaign Extra!
  • Infomaniac: WeBlog
  • Free-Fire Zone
  • Debate This!


  • Blogroll
  • Jay Rosen's PressThink
  • Yahoo's Blog Roundup
  • Feedster's Politics Page
  • Technorati Election Watch
  • Romenesko
  • CyberJournalist
  • Lost Remote
  • TV Newser
  • Blogging of the President
  • Tapped
  • Nat. Review's The Corner
  • The Command Post
  • Daily Kos
  • Campaign Desk
  • Scripting News
  • Roger L. Simon
  • Matt Welch
  • KausFiles
  • ABC's The Note
  • Tacitus
  • Power Line
  • Blogs for Bush
  • OxBlog
  • Talk Left
  • Political Wire
  • Glenn Reynolds: Instapundit
  • Jeff Jarvis: Buzzmachine
  • Talking Points Memo
  • Betsy's Page




  • Ohioblog: A Swing State Journal





    Thursday, September 23, 2004

    Back to the future 

    George H.W. Bush, president No. 41, spoke on behalf of George W. Bush, president No. 43, Wednesday in Columbus, and, according to Alan Johnson of The Columbus Dispatch, emphasized, in his folksy way, talking father and son rather than national and international issues about which No. 41 admits he ``just doesn't give a damn anymore.''

    ``He's a good son,'' No. 41 told 300 supporters. ``Work hard and see that he's re-elected.''

    Among Republicans who aren't exactly rushing to follow 41's advice is Rhode Island Sen. Lincoln Chafee, who recently said on CNN's Inside
    Politics
    he might vote for Bush – by writing in George H.W. Bush.

    - Steve Love

    posted by Ohioblog: A Swing State Journal at 8:37 AM



     Latest posts

       •  There is a time and a place
       •  Ohio Poll gives Ohioblog a bad name
       •  Basket-case Ohio: Off and on critical lists
       •  What's golf got to do with it?
       •  This is just the ticket
       •  Well, maybe Iraq isn't critical in the war on terr...
       •  Let's ban the technicality-o-crats
       •  Good leaders and bad, Northeast Ohio has got 'em
       •  Ohioblog 101
       •  Initiatives could change everything


     Archives
       •  July 2004
       •  August 2004
       •  September 2004
       •  October 2004
       •  November 2004


    XML-RSS feed










    About Realcities Network | About Knight Ridder | Terms of Use & Privacy Statement

    Copyright 2004 Knight Ridder. All rights reserved. Any copying, redistribution or retransmission of any
    of the contents of this service without the express written consent of Knight Ridder is expressly prohibited.