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News from the Democratic National Committee:

As President Bush kicks off his latest PR campaign in an attempt to regain public support for his failed policies in Iraq and the war on terror leading into the midterm elections, a new document from DNC research outlines how the Bush Administration's policies have made America less safe at home and around the world.

FROM MISSION ACCOMPLISHED TO LOWERED EXPECTATIONS

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News from the Democratic National Committee:

Washington, DC - With President Bush's foreign policy blunders becoming clearer with each day, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld again engaged in partisan political attacks today at the American Legion national convention in Salt Lake City, despite a promise by the Commander-in-Chief that the White House would not question the patriotism of their opponents.

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Will Cheney Duck and Run From Bush's Promises?

Washington, DC - As Vice President Cheney continues on the campaign trail raising special interest cash for Republicans, the question remains if the Vice President will continue to mislead the public by trying to link the 9/11 attacks to Iraq. Despite repeated efforts to do so, the American public is no longer buying it. [NY Times/CBS poll, 8/22/06] In his news conference Monday, President Bush finally admitted that there was no link between the 9/11 attacks and Iraq, and pledged to stop attacking the patriotism of people who criticize his failed policies.

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Bush Renounces Smears, But Will Cheney, Rove and Mehlman Follow?

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Dean On Bush's Disappearing Credibility On Iraq

Washington, DC - Yesterday, White House Press Secretary Tony Snow continued the false rhetoric of President Bush and Vice President Cheney and announced that "there is not a civil war going on" and that there has been "improvement" on the ground in Iraq. But, these latest pronouncements contradict a report prepared by the Defense Intelligence Agency on August 3rd which indicated that the "number of roadside bombs exploded or found in Iraq rose in July to the highest monthly total since the war began." In addition, last month was the deadliest month of the Iraq War, as an average of more than 110 Iraqis were killed each day in July. The New York Times also quoted a senior defense official, who concluded that the "insurgency has gotten worse by almost all measures." [New York Times, 8/17/06]

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News from the DNC:

Washington, DC – The failed policies of Washington Republicans continue to make America less safe. As recently as this morning, RNC Chairman Ken Mehlman used misleading rhetoric to cover up the fact that Republicans have consistently blocked Democratic attempts to make our country secure. And, the latest polls continue to show that the American people are dissatisfied with the President and his party on a number of issues and want Democratic leadership in Congress.

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Dusting Off The GOP Playbook: Fear-Mongering And Desperate Tactics

Washington, DC - In the wake of an unfolding terror plot and their own plummeting poll numbers, Republicans in Washington have once again dusted off their tired campaign playbook in a desperate attempt to stay alive politically. Party leaders and even White House officials have again begun engaging in fear-mongering to distract from their failed record and salvage their dwindling campaign prospects in November.

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News from the National Security Whistleblowers Coalition:

GOP Senators Support Implementation of Official Secret's Act; Bill Eliminates Government's Burden to Prove Damage in Prosecuting Whistleblowers

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News from the Ohio Democratic Party

Columbus, Ohio - Whether it is public opinion backlash from Katrina or Iraq, or President Bush's abysmal Ohio approval rating that is mired in the mid-30 percent range in most Ohio polls, President Bush is sneaking into northern Ohio for a Ken Blackwell fundraiser in posh Kirtland Hills Wednesday.

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This letter below, from Congressman Van Hollen to Secretary Rice, was forwarded to BuzzFlash by one of our readers. We confirmed with the Congressman's office that he did send the letter. Click here for a PDF of the letter.

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