Wednesday's must-reads

By Geraldine Sealey

Published September 29, 2004 1:50PM (EDT)

New York Times: Al Gore's advice for Kerry: Don't underestimate Bush, and by the way, he never fulfilled promises he made in the 2000 debate and is too dangerous to re-elect.

Washington Post: National security professionals say situation in Iraq much worse than is being expressed publicly by top Bush administration officials.

San Francisco Chronicle: Anatomy of a "flip-flop": An examination of more than 150 of Bush's speeches, radio addresses and responses to reporters' questions reveal that Bush's position on Iraq has evolved.

Reuters: Bush's adopted hometown newspaper in Crawford, Texas, endorses Kerry for president.

Washington Post: America votes, the world holds its breath. Surveys in 20 countries show Kerry heavily favored "from Canada to Mexico, from London and Paris to Jakarta and Beijing."

The Hill: GOP Senate leadership pays Zell Miller handsomely in appropriations for his "pet projects" as thanks for his Republican convention anti-Kerry rant and other Bush campaign appearances.

Geraldine Sealey

Geraldine Sealey is senior news editor at

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