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Public Address 04/11/04 - Get Yer Evangelicals Out

PUBLIC ADDRESS 04/11/04 - Get yer evangelicals out

Get yer evangelicals out | Nov 04, 2004 11:22
Russell Brown's Hard News

Clearly, Karl Rove got his four million evangelical Christians. That is the number reckoned to have stayed away from the polls in 2000, and, by coincidence, almost exactly Bush's margin in the popular vote in 2004...
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Altered realities | Nov 04, 2004 11:03
Fiona Rae from the couch

There's a reality show in the Holmes resignation surely. What's the bet Julie Christie's been on the blower to Tony Holden at TVNZ pitching Presenter Idol: The Search for the New Holmes? "If it's a public vote, Tony, people can't complain!".
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