Thursday, October 14, 2004


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A new EARPIECE link

A POLL by The Economist. Bulge stats on page 2 & 3 (pdf)

Jesse Jackson weighs in on the BULGE!!! BOSTON HERALD article. Jackson: Voters deserve truth about Bush's mystery bulge

David Letterman featured THE BULGE in the TOP TEN list tonight.

A GREAT NEW STORY from It was also posted in the comments section below. WHOA! ?????

An EXAMPLE of lame bulge journalism... this story ran TODAY! Didn't I read most of this LAST WEEK in papers... straight off the AP wires?

As speculation on THE BULGE continues after the third and last debate its interesting to think about the BULGE PHENOMENON as a whole. No matter what you believe this entire fiasco brings up some interesting ideas about the media, political discussion, free speech and the power that each of us holds in the information age. I'll save that rant for later when the BULGE MYSTERY is solved or the topic begins to die off. This is a forum for BULGE EVIDENCE and not my own opinion. For now check out these interesting articles:

Taking the fight to the airwaves

Star Stories: How Story Weblogs are Changing the Dynamics of Building News Properties

Washington Post article by Tina Brown (An interesting note on Bulge at the bottom)

From a post on another blog... I like this one:

Bush suddenly laughed out loud when he just
heard the moderator start a question by mentioning
that he had received a lot of e-mail this week...
Bush probably expected a question about the bulge.
He changed his attitude when I [he] found out the question
was actually about immigrant[s].


Blogger R Gumm said...

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11:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

some of the pictures of this last debate i have seen look fake or of earlier apperences. dont be blind foolish believers in this phenom. he very well may not have worn one this debate. you might have to accept that. there are going to be alot of republicans scanning these web sites trying to discredit everyone. possibly by posting fake pictures. please try and keep some level of objectivity or this will never rise from the rhelm the 'media elite' have cast it down in...
what im trying to say is we need a real journalist to investigate the usage in the first debate and priar uses that some claim reporters have long since known about. We need them to come to this story and either verify it or debunk it. If we make it look like a bunch of UFO pictures they will stay far far away.

11:41 PM  
Blogger R Gumm said...

i wrote about this if anyone is interested...

11:42 PM  
Blogger icone said...

I'd love to see what you wrote, feel free to post it as long as its decent and related to the bulge. If you like, send it to me ( a link is better)(see ABOUT ME section for e-mail) and I'll link to it. I'm very interested in all opinions, news and commentary.


11:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

from war room, thought you would like this one

Bush receiving messages from Mars

This just in: The president is an alien.

Bush campaign manager Ken Mehlman was deep into his pre-debate spin with a group of reporters in Tempe this afternoon when he was asked about the bulge on Bush's back. "I didn't see it, I didn't pay attention to it, "Mehlman said. "I was amused to hear that someone thought it was a transmitter."

Mehlman kept saying he doesn't know what people saw in the suit, and he started joking about whether his own suit had a bulge. A reporter cut him off and asked: "Who knows what it is?" Mehlman responded: "I do not know. I will try to find out and tell you."

Pressed for a "legitimate explanation," Mehlman said: "The president is an alien. You heard it here first. The president is an alien. That's your quote of the day. He has been getting information from Mars. The shock of the debate will be the president's alien past will be exposed, which is why that box is there."

When Mehlman was done laughing, War Room asked him why the White House or the Bush-Cheney campaign won't come clean about what caused the bulge. "I have to tell you, I really don't know the answer to the question. We will try to find out the answer. I honestly don't know the answer to that question. I did not notice the box. As a guy that buys suits off the rack, I'm used to suits that don't fit right. If I were in your business, I'd be able to get tailored suits."

We'll be waiting for Mehlman to get back to us. In the meantime, we also put the question to Bush-Cheney spokesman Steve Schmidt and RNC Chairman Ed Gillespie: Why not put the story to rest by saying what caused the bulge? Both men laughed, Schmidt said "stop," and then they walked away.

-- Tim Grieve

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