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STORY OF THE WEEK: Republican National Convention

STORY OF THE WEEK: Week Ending 3 September
The Republican National Convention

Bush And Cheney Address The GOP Faithful - Mr. Chairman, delegates, fellow citizens: I am honored by your support, and I accept your nomination for President of the United States. See... President George Bush's speech at the 2004 RNC and Vice President Richard Cheney at the 2004 RNC
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- Not In Our Name Delivers "NO!" On Last Day of RNC

Could The Governator Have Had A Few Too Many Steroids? - In his RNC address, Arnold Schwarzenegger described arriving in the United States from Austria in 1968 and hearing Richard Nixon challenge Hubert Humphrey in a televised presidential debate: Thing is though. They didn't. See... Chossudovsky: Schwarzenegger's Blunder At The RNC

A Killer Blow Of Rhetoric From The Gropinator - New York City-- The Democrats were caught with their panties down Tuesday night when California Gov. Arnold Schwarzeneggar launched a blistering attack on the fiscal credentials of the opposition party. See... Governator's Girly-Men Comment Floors US Democrats

The RNC Protests As Seen On A Cellphone - An artifact of the Republican National Convention protests this week, a fascinating record of events as relayed to protestors via the mobile phone txt network. See... NYC RNC Protests: SMS Txt Comms Dispatch Log

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