Tuesday's must-reads

By Geraldine Sealey

Published September 21, 2004 1:32PM (EDT)

Washington Post: Kerry lauded for ambitious plan in Iraq; experts question whether proposals are realistic.

New York Times: Bush CIA nominee Porter Goss says Condi, Cheney pre-war statements about al-Qaida link to Saddam and Iraq's nuclear capability went beyond intelligence reports available at the time.

Christian Science Monitor: Some U.S. soldiers in Iraq want anyone but Bush; one soldier in Najaf says: "People are so fed up with Iraq, and fed up with Bush."

USA Today: CBS source Bill Burkett now says he got Killian memos from a Houston woman named Lucy Ramirez, who called him after watching him on Hardball. USA Today unable to locate Ramirez.

Boston Globe: "Pandora's ballot box"? Colorado referendum proposes to divide state's nine electoral votes by percentage of popular vote rather than winner-take-all, a change that could swing this year's election and inspire copycat states to change rules in the future.

Geraldine Sealey

Geraldine Sealey is senior news editor at Salon.com.

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