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Jewish World Review Oct. 2, 2003 / 6 Tishrei, 5764

Argus Hamilton

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important news .... | Laura Bush told people at a Moscow library Tuesday that American children are addicted to television. It's easy to see why. Ever since hard liquor began advertising on television, every episode of Sesame Street is brought to you by the letters J & B.

Arnold Schwarzenegger begins a California campaign tour today. He is leaving his Hummers and SUVs at home and he's crossing the state in a customized bus. He never drives anything that doesn't look like the Union Pacific crossing the prairie.

Howard Dean backed affirmative action Tuesday saying America has four hundred years of slavery and Jim Crow to repair. He knows diversity. People in Vermont come from the four corners of the globe, namely Sussex, Wessex, Middlesex and Essex.

Howard Dean reported Tuesday his campaign took in $14 million in the third quarter. He got it mostly from his web site. Anyone with a license to practice medicine and a Polaroid camera can make all kinds of money using the Internet.

Democrat Cruz Bustamante told reporters Tuesday he is about to release a new TV ad. It shows the lieutenant governor hugging Bill Clinton. He had to get up pretty early to get a spot on the rope line but he may never live down the black wig.

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