via Nieman Watchdog Political scientist Jeffrey Tulis writes that President Bush may be inventing a new political practice for a sitting president, b
March 2, 2005

via Nieman Watchdog

Political scientist Jeffrey Tulis writes that President Bush may be inventing a new political practice for a sitting president, by only speaking before screened audiences – and no one's asked him how he justifies it.

World O' Crap has much, much more...The President and His Traveling Revival Show

From the LA Times: WASHINGTON — The Bush administration today announced a 60-day, 60-stop barnstorming tour to promote the president's plan for overhauling Social Security, amid signs that public support is slipping and congressional anxiety rising.

President Bush and Treasury Secretary John Snow said they intended to hit the road one or two days a week from now until May 1 to promote Bush's Social Security initiative. [...]

"We'll be taking the message out," Snow said. "We will be meeting with groups of our youngest workers. We'll be meeting with our oldest retirees. We'll be meeting with everybody in between."

"And by "everybody in between," they apparently mean, "some hand-picked people, and you're not one of them."

Say, for instance, you want to get tickets for the President's meeting at Notre Dame. Well, tough beans, because the local paper says the general public can't get any. read on

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