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Issue: "Here we go again," Nov. 11, 2000

This is a very cocky campaign.

Fox News Channel's Carl Cameron, on the Bush team's attitude heading into the final week of the campaign.

We don't have time! We need every vote!

Tipper Gore, at a rally in Louisiana after Al Gore kissed her and then said, "It wasn't long enough."

This is an immoral act we are inflicting upon our children.

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Boston University economist Larry Kotlikoff, in USA Today, on Republican and Democratic proposals to add a prescription drug benefit to Medicare even though the program faces severe financial problems in coming years.

This is the university profiting from hate masqueraded as entertainment.

University of Illinois student Nick Sakurai, asking the university to apologize for approving a contract for a Nov. 2 Eminem concert. Eminem's rap lyrics depict graphic violence and sexual activity.

There is now freedom of expression, but the press still does not know how to use it.

Armando Sepulveda, coordinator of the interim board of directors of the Mexican newspaper Excelsior, on the challenge to Mexican newspapers, many of which were organs of the Revolutionary Institutional Party (PRI), now that the PRI no longer runs the government.

It was a symbolic move. We swept them out of town.

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Police Chief Tom Cronin, on two street-sweeping trucks that followed Aryan Nations marchers in a parade through town. The parade drew only about a dozen marchers, who were shouted down by hundreds of protesters. Aryan Nations leader Richard Butler, 82, last week declared Chapter 7 bankruptcy.


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