A Blogger Symposium On The 2004 Election

by John Hawkins | July 19, 2004 12:50 am

I got together last night with Cassandra from I Love Jet Noise[1], Chris Muir from Day By Day[2] & Donald Luskin from The Conspiracy To Keep You Poor And Stupid[3], Trend Macrolytics[4], & National Review Online[5] to discuss the 2004 election. Here is an edited transcript of our chat…(Cont)[6]

Endnotes:
  1. I Love Jet Noise: http://joatmoaf.typepad.com/i_love_jet_noise/
  2. Day By Day: http://www.daybydaycartoon.com/
  3. The Conspiracy To Keep You Poor And Stupid: http://www.poorandstupid.com/chronicle.asp
  4. Trend Macrolytics: http://www.trendmacro.com/default2.asp
  5. National Review Online: http://www.nationalreview.com/nrof_luskin/nrof_luskin-archive.asp
  6. (Cont): https://rightwingnews.com/symposiums/elect.php

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A Blogger Symposium On The 2004 Election

by John Hawkins | October 27, 2003 1:29 am

I got together last night in a chat room with Mike Hendrix from Cold Fury[1], Daniel Drezner[2], who is a monthly contributor to The New Republic Online[3] & who was an unpaid foreign policy advisor for the Bush-Cheney 2000 campaign, Steve Martinovich, the editor and chief of Enter Stage Right[4], Bryan Preston from JunkYardBlog[5] to discuss the 2004 election. What follows is an edited transcript of our conversation. Read and enjoy! (Cont)[6]

Endnotes:
  1. Cold Fury: http://coldfury.com/index.php
  2. Daniel Drezner: http://www.danieldrezner.com/blog
  3. The New Republic Online: http://www.tnr.com/
  4. Enter Stage Right: http://enterstageright.com
  5. JunkYardBlog: http://junkyardblog.transfinitum.net/
  6. (Cont): https://rightwingnews.com/symposiums/2004election.php

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A Blogger Symposium On The 2004 Election

by John Hawkins | June 9, 2003 2:09 am

A Blogger Symposium On The 2004 Election:[1] Thanks to Laurence Simon from Amish Tech Support[2], Talk Radio Host Cam Edwards who also runs a blog called Cam Edwards.com[3], David Hogberg of Cornfield Commentary[4] & The American Spectator Online[5], Pejman Yousefzadeh from Pejmanesque[6], & Kamil Zogby from Zogby Blog[7] for participating in this symposium. Here is the edited transcript of our discussion last night…

John Hawkins: To begin with, unless Hilliary or Gore got in the race, I’d say Dean, Kerry, Gephardt, Lieberman, & Edwards are the only candidates with even an outside chance to get the nomination. Do you agree?

Pejman Yousefzadeh: Yes. But, Al Sharpton can definitely play spoiler and can make life miserable for the other candidates.

Laurence Simon: Not only will I put a “no” on Lieberman, but I would not count Sharpton out of it. Sharpton is not just a spoiler, but can rally the ‘disenfranchised’ voter. He could mount one heck of a protest vote.

David Hogberg: I’d leave Lieberman out — the base wants a lefty, he’s still too moderate. (Cont[8])

Endnotes:
  1. A Blogger Symposium On The 2004 Election:: https://rightwingnews.com/symposiums/pol2004.php
  2. Amish Tech Support: http://amish.blogmosis.com/
  3. Cam Edwards.com: http://www.camedwards.com/index.html
  4. Cornfield Commentary: http://davidhogberg.blogspot.com/
  5. The American Spectator Online: http://www.spectator.org/
  6. Pejmanesque: http://pejmanesque.com/
  7. Zogby Blog: http://www.zogby.blogspot.com/
  8. Cont: https://rightwingnews.com/symposiums/pol2004.php

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