Besides election theft, there is more on GOP lies about Iraq.
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IF THE GOP DOESN'T MANAGE TO STEAL ALL ELECTIONS, THE WALL STREET JOURNAL PREDICTS THE MIDTERM ELECTIONS SIGNAL HOT WATER FOR GOP, ESPECIALLY IN THE NORTHEAST.
Recent polls and primaries, however, suggest voters are gunning for the party in power. If the elections were held today, "Democrats would take at least one of the houses," says analyst Bernadette Budde, senior vice president of the Business Industry Political Action Committee, which typically favors Republicans.
Republicans won't lose for lack of funds. Mr. Bush may be a drag on his party, but he remains a money magnet. He recently raised $860,000 at one Florida event for endangered Rep. Clay Shaw -- nearly as much as many House members spend in a whole campaign.
Rep. Rahm Emanuel of Illinois and Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York, who head the Democrats' House and Senate campaign committees, have raised more than ever before. Yet Democrats fear -- and Republicans hope -- that the minority party could fall short when it comes to buying costly TV ads in suburban battlegrounds later this year.
WSJ: "MIDTERM TEA LEAVES SIGNAL HOT WATER FOR REPUBLICANS"
MORE EVIDENCE BUSH LIED ABOUT IRAQ
Mr. Craig Unger, a journalist for Vanity Fair Magazine interviewed several former intelligence and military officials who have served in the CIA, State Dept. and the Pentagon. All of them believe the Niger documents were part of a campaign for the White House to deliberately mislead Americans on Iraq.
VANITY FAIR: "THE WAR THEY WANTED, THE LIES THEY NEEDED" BY MR. CRAIG UNGER