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  • Dems Question Timing of Florida Storms

       August 12, 2004

    In a statement released today, DNC chairman Terry McAuliffe questioned the timing of Tropical Storm Bonnie and Hurricane Charley, saying that this is just another one of the Republican Party's dirty tricks.

    "At a time when our nation's seniors should be worried about the skyrocketing cost of health care, Bush and Cheney would like to distract them with a hurricane and a tropical storm that are supposedly more dangerous than another four years of the current administration."

    Liberal muckraker Michael Moore went further, claiming that not only were Bush and Cheney attempting to take advantage of the storms for political gain, but that they "chose to unleash this storm now to draw attention away from the fact that Bush LIED about the WMDs in Iraq."

    Moore went on to suggest that the storm was simply a "dry run" for an Election Day plan to hit predominently Democrat-leaning precincts with a crippling plague of locusts.

    DNC Chair-person McAuliffe has similar fears. "Bush has taken partisan politics to a new low," said McAulliffe. "I wouldn't be surprised if Bush is planning to unleash a few tornadoes on the midwest as well. It just shows how desperate the GOP really is."


    For more on this topic, see also:
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