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Thursday, September 02, 2004

Edwards: GOP Convention Full of 'Hate'

What total hypocracy from Edwards. The4y have love fests with all the great Hollywood types that call Bush a "liar", "thug" and much worse. And he has the audacity to say that the RNC was full of "hate". What a joke.
Thursday, Sept. 2, 2004 11:27 a.m. EDT

Edwards: GOP Convention Full of 'Hate'

Sen. John Edwards is blasting Wednesday night's GOP convention line-up for being too harsh and ugly, complaining, "There was a lot of hate coming from that podium tonight." "What John Kerry and I offer to the American people is hope -- hope for more good-paying jobs, hope for better health care and hope for our men and women serving in Iraq and Afghanistan," the VP wannabe said in a statement issued by the Kerry campaign. While Edwards found Wednesday night's GOP rhetoric offensive, he had nothing but praise two months ago for Hollywood stars who bashed President Bush as "a thug" and "a liar" during a Radio City Music Hall fund-raiser.

At the time the North Carolina Democrat said it was "a great honor" to stand on the same stage with Bush-haters Whoopi Goldberg, John Mellencamp and Chevy Chase, saying their attacks on the president were "a celebration of real American values."

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