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October 11, 2004
Monday, Oct. 11 8 p.m. on HBO "Diary of a Political Tourist" Until John Kerry started to wrap things up in Iowa, a whole bunch of Democrats were running for president. Filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi spent two years following them, and the result is this humorous documentary that pays ample attention to Howard Dean and the others who fell by the wayside.
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By TIM ROWLAND | January 27, 2004
George Will wrote that Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean is "a combustible brew of anger, pugnacity, moral vanity and intellectual condescension. " Funny, when I am considering a candidate, the qualities I look for are anger, pugnacity, moral vanity and intellectual condescension. I am a fiscal conservative, a social Libertarian and on the environment, I skew toward Hippie. Since no one candidate ever shares my views, I have to look at personal qualities and no personal quality delights me more than anger, with intellectual condescension a close No. 2. If a candidate is capable of blowing up like a mental patient on television, he has my support.
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By JOSHUA BOWMAN | August 24, 2007
WILLIAMSPORT - The Washington County Democratic Central Committee hosted its annual picnic Thursday night at the Williamsport Red Men Lodge. More than 230 people attended the event, which came one day after the Washington County Republican Club held its annual picnic in Smithsburg. While no elected Democrats attended the party's picnic, the event did draw Democrat Andrew Duck, who will run in next year's election for the seat held by U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett, an eight-term incumbent in Maryland's 6th District.
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By JOSHUA BOWMAN | August 23, 2007
WILLIAMSPORT ? The Washington County Democratic Central Committee hosted its annual picnic Thursday night at the Williamsport Red Men Lodge. More than 230 people attended the event, which came one day after the Washington County Republican Club held its annual picnic in Smithsburg. While no elected Democrats attended the party's picnic, the event did draw Democrat Andrew Duck, who will run in next year's election for the seat held by U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett, an eight-term incumbent in Maryland's 6th District.
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March 1, 2004
ABB? ABBsolutely To the editor: In response to Donald Currier's op-ed piece of Feb. 15, I answer a resounding Yes. Yes, I will vote ABB for president. What Currier outlines in his opinion is that many of us have made a summary judgment against George W. Bush and his administration. A summary judgment occurs when it is determined that even if all the facts in a case are exactly as represented by litigant "A," the judgment, as a matter of law, still must be in favor of litigant "B. " In this case those of us who believe in ABB maintain that even if Currier's criticisms of Kerry, Dean and Edwards are perfectly correct, we should still vote for any one of the three over George W. Bush.
NEWS
by DON AINES | October 19, 2005
chambersburg@herald-mail.com CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The small number of candidates and elected officials among the 40 people attending Tuesday's Franklin County Democrats Fall Dinner illustrated a problem party activists want to turn around in 2006. Two candidates, Magisterial District Judge David E. Hawbaker and Chambersburg School Board candidate Paul Ambrose, were registered Republicans who also won Democratic nominations in the May primary. St. Thomas Township Supervisor Frank Stearn, another Republican, was also present.
NEWS
by ANDREW SCHOTZ | February 29, 2004
andrews@herald-mail.com Asked to look ahead Saturday to November's general election, potential Maryland voters liked incumbent George W. Bush by a 2-1 margin over top Democratic challenger John Kerry. But John Zogby and other leading pollsters have nothing to envy: The sample set in The Herald-Mail's informal survey was 10 people visiting a Hagerstown bookstore. The idea was to ask Washington Countians to bypass Tuesday's presidential primary and jump forward in their minds to November.
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By TIM ROWLAND | July 6, 2010
It would almost be worth moving to South Carolina, just for the privilege, nay the duty, of voting for Alvin Greene for the U.S. Senate. This man must win. Who is Alvin Greene? Don't ask South Carolinians, they don't have a clue. "Don't know the cat," a barber told The Washington Post. "First time I ever seen the dude was in a mug shot. " Everyone in the Palmetto state, writes The New York Times, "wants to know how Mr. Greene, an unemployed Army veteran who had been completely unknown, inexplicably defeated a heavily favored former legislator and judge to become the state's Democratic nominee for the Senate -- and the state's latest political circus act. " Near as I can tell, Greene is to politics what Pvt. Benjamin Buford "Bubba" Blue was to Forrest Gump.
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By TIM ROWLAND | July 6, 2010
It would almost be worth moving to South Carolina, just for the privilege, nay the duty, of voting for Alvin Greene for the U.S. Senate. This man must win. Who is Alvin Greene? Don't ask South Carolinians, they don't have a clue. "Don't know the cat," a barber told The Washington Post. "First time I ever seen the dude was in a mug shot. " Everyone in the Palmetto state, writes The New York Times, "wants to know how Mr. Greene, an unemployed Army veteran who had been completely unknown, inexplicably defeated a heavily favored former legislator and judge to become the state's Democratic nominee for the Senate -- and the state's latest political circus act. " Near as I can tell, Greene is to politics what Pvt. Benjamin Buford "Bubba" Blue was to Forrest Gump.
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NEWS
By JOSHUA BOWMAN | August 24, 2007
WILLIAMSPORT - The Washington County Democratic Central Committee hosted its annual picnic Thursday night at the Williamsport Red Men Lodge. More than 230 people attended the event, which came one day after the Washington County Republican Club held its annual picnic in Smithsburg. While no elected Democrats attended the party's picnic, the event did draw Democrat Andrew Duck, who will run in next year's election for the seat held by U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett, an eight-term incumbent in Maryland's 6th District.
NEWS
By JOSHUA BOWMAN | August 23, 2007
WILLIAMSPORT ? The Washington County Democratic Central Committee hosted its annual picnic Thursday night at the Williamsport Red Men Lodge. More than 230 people attended the event, which came one day after the Washington County Republican Club held its annual picnic in Smithsburg. While no elected Democrats attended the party's picnic, the event did draw Democrat Andrew Duck, who will run in next year's election for the seat held by U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett, an eight-term incumbent in Maryland's 6th District.
NEWS
by DON AINES | October 19, 2005
chambersburg@herald-mail.com CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The small number of candidates and elected officials among the 40 people attending Tuesday's Franklin County Democrats Fall Dinner illustrated a problem party activists want to turn around in 2006. Two candidates, Magisterial District Judge David E. Hawbaker and Chambersburg School Board candidate Paul Ambrose, were registered Republicans who also won Democratic nominations in the May primary. St. Thomas Township Supervisor Frank Stearn, another Republican, was also present.
NEWS
October 11, 2004
Monday, Oct. 11 8 p.m. on HBO "Diary of a Political Tourist" Until John Kerry started to wrap things up in Iowa, a whole bunch of Democrats were running for president. Filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi spent two years following them, and the result is this humorous documentary that pays ample attention to Howard Dean and the others who fell by the wayside.
NEWS
March 1, 2004
ABB? ABBsolutely To the editor: In response to Donald Currier's op-ed piece of Feb. 15, I answer a resounding Yes. Yes, I will vote ABB for president. What Currier outlines in his opinion is that many of us have made a summary judgment against George W. Bush and his administration. A summary judgment occurs when it is determined that even if all the facts in a case are exactly as represented by litigant "A," the judgment, as a matter of law, still must be in favor of litigant "B. " In this case those of us who believe in ABB maintain that even if Currier's criticisms of Kerry, Dean and Edwards are perfectly correct, we should still vote for any one of the three over George W. Bush.
NEWS
by ANDREW SCHOTZ | February 29, 2004
andrews@herald-mail.com Asked to look ahead Saturday to November's general election, potential Maryland voters liked incumbent George W. Bush by a 2-1 margin over top Democratic challenger John Kerry. But John Zogby and other leading pollsters have nothing to envy: The sample set in The Herald-Mail's informal survey was 10 people visiting a Hagerstown bookstore. The idea was to ask Washington Countians to bypass Tuesday's presidential primary and jump forward in their minds to November.
NEWS
By TIM ROWLAND | January 27, 2004
George Will wrote that Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean is "a combustible brew of anger, pugnacity, moral vanity and intellectual condescension. " Funny, when I am considering a candidate, the qualities I look for are anger, pugnacity, moral vanity and intellectual condescension. I am a fiscal conservative, a social Libertarian and on the environment, I skew toward Hippie. Since no one candidate ever shares my views, I have to look at personal qualities and no personal quality delights me more than anger, with intellectual condescension a close No. 2. If a candidate is capable of blowing up like a mental patient on television, he has my support.
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