Well well , it seems that both candidates are full of #
The question is , who is worse?
The Whoppers of 2004
Bush and Kerry repeat discredited claims in their final flurry of ads. Here's our pre-election summary of the misinformation we found during the
Bush-Kerry presidential campaign.
October 31, 2004
Modified: October 31, 2004
As election day neared, both candidates continued to twist and falsify in their final TV ads -- and in a blizzard of expensive mail as well.
Bush continued to accuse Kerry of proposing government-run health care and more taxes for middle-income persons, and of voting in the past to
"slash" spending on intelligence and of opposing mainstream military weapons. Kerry claimed Bush would cut Social Security benefits 45% and that he
subsidizes companies that send jobs overseas. And those are just some of the untruths the candidates are feeding to voters.
In this article we again take on those claims, and summarize the major misrepresentations made by both sides since the start of the general election
campaign last March when Kerry sewed up the Democratic nomination.
Bush: "Government-run Health Care"
Kerry: "A Plan To Cut Security Benefits"
Bush: "Higher Taxes"
Kerry: Tax Breaks for Outsourcing
Bush: "Slashing Intelligence"
Bush: "Reckless Defense Cuts"
Kerry: Worst Economic Record Since Hoover
Bush: "Kerry's Gas Tax"
Kerry: Middle Class "Tax Burden"
Bush: "Most Liberal Senator"
Kerry: Cheney & Halliburton
Bush: Repeal Wiretaps of Terrorists
Bush: Terrorism a "Nuisance"
Bush: Big Medical Savings
Bush: 900,000 Small Businesses
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