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Free 2004 RNC speeches on iTunes

The iTunes Music Store today added speeches from day one and day two of the Republic National Convention being held in New York, New York. The free downloads include speeches by California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Senator John McCain, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, First Lady Lauraa Bush, Senator Bill Frist, and George P. Bush, nephew of President George W. Bush.

On July 30th, 2004, Apple did the same for the Democratic National Convention.

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21

Or is it, . . . . you are what you eat? In ape’s case that would make him a certified banana!

Posted by Stylescraper on September 2, 2004 at 8:30 AM (CDT)

22

Very weak.

Posted by Ape on September 2, 2004 at 8:48 AM (CDT)

23

Too bad there wasn’t a place to download video of the democrats rioting in the streets outside of MSG. Much more entertaining!

Nothing is more fun and enlightening then watching the “Peace and Love

Posted by Bush04 on September 2, 2004 at 8:59 AM (CDT)

24

Would Stylescraper’s posts be regarded as abusive comments or offensive language?

Posted by Comments? on September 2, 2004 at 9:02 AM (CDT)

25

“Too bad there wasn’t a place to download video of the democrats rioting in the streets outside of MSG.”

Dream on loser I live in NYC and last Sunday was notable for its peacefulness compared to some other party days (Patrick’s Day always having notably more arrests for public disorder). 400,000 people went to Central Park—our city’s greatest treasure—against the orders of the Bushocracy and guess what? They had a nice time, picnics, family sports, singing, and dancing, and then went home. My 60-year-old parents, registered Republicans, even went to the park to “show their support” for people’s right to freely assemble.

Posted by losers on September 2, 2004 at 9:13 AM (CDT)

26

i cant download anything free!

i always get asked to confirm my details and enter credit card details!

BUT ITS FREE!!!


WTF?

Posted by wora on September 2, 2004 at 9:14 AM (CDT)

27

“Would Stylescraper’s posts be regarded as abusive comments or offensive language?”

Probably so, but it doesn’t matter. I own a 40G 3G ipod, a dual G5 PowerMac and I am exersising my chat room freedom of text rights!

Posted by Stylescraper on September 2, 2004 at 9:32 AM (CDT)

28

“exercising” - typo

Power to the People!

Posted by Stylescraper on September 2, 2004 at 9:34 AM (CDT)

29

Hello Loser, perhaps we’re neighbors! Wouldn’t be fun to get together someday and swap some music on our iPods! But I digress.
As a “war mongering

Posted by Bush04 on September 2, 2004 at 9:44 AM (CDT)

30

F Bush - but really - RNC and the Dem one are both boring - politicians suck period - but please kiddies - vote this year!  we cant let this monster in power any longer - he’s bringing the country down - as well as steve jobs - come on - 4G without a color screen? who is he kidding?  im onto the next best thing

Posted by gabe on September 2, 2004 at 9:45 AM (CDT)

31

^^ BushO4 - I agree with peaceful demonstrations as well. I am, however, quick to distinguish between the Democrats and some of these people you see on the news. Keep in mind that being anti-Bush does not make you Democrat. You could be an Anarchist, for example.

Also, it is interesting to see how angry people are at Bush’s policies. I’m not saying you should agree with it or anything, but we have to attempt to understand it in order to approach a more united nation.

Cheers!

Posted by Sean-O on September 2, 2004 at 9:57 AM (CDT)

32

To my knowledge, this is actually an Audible.com thing that Apple picks up a day or two after Audible posts them on their site (also for free).

Posted by Slap Happy on September 2, 2004 at 10:33 AM (CDT)

33

Arnolds speach is quite worth the download whatever party your on…the guys hilarious.

Posted by Boaguy on September 2, 2004 at 10:39 AM (CDT)

34

If by “hilarious” you mean “moronic”—I have to agree with you.

Posted by Chimpee on September 2, 2004 at 11:23 AM (CDT)

35

http://www.johnkerryisadoushbagbutimvotingforhimanyway.com/

Good site.

Posted by farcast on September 2, 2004 at 12:38 PM (CDT)

36

Definitely moronic!

He sounds like Austrian beef jerky!

Posted by Stylescraper on September 2, 2004 at 12:41 PM (CDT)

37

From retro vs. metro:
“The Republican Party, as represented by its affiliated lawmakers in the state legislatures, is almost 99 percent white, 82.2 percent male, and 1.1 percent minority. By contrast, Democratic state lawmakers are about 80 percent white, 72.6 percent male, and 20.1 percent minority.”

If you’re a minority and a Republican, they REALLY need you for the convention, so please step up.

Posted by The convention is a mask on September 2, 2004 at 12:44 PM (CDT)

38

The Biggest Surplus Turns to the Biggest Deficit

When President George W. Bush informed Americans a week ago that remaining in Iraq next year would cost an additional $87 billion, many of those who will actually pay that bill were unable to watch.
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They had already been put to bed by their parents.
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Administration officials acknowledged the next day that every dollar of that cost will be borrowed, a loan that economists say will be repaid by the next generation of taxpayers and the generation after that. The $166 billion cost of the work so far in Iraq and Afghanistan, which has stunned many in Washington, will be added to what was already the largest budget deficit ever in the United States.

Posted by Stylescraper on September 2, 2004 at 12:50 PM (CDT)

39

Oh, king eh? Vey nice!  And how’d you get that eh? By exploiting the workers. By hanging on to outdated emperialist dogma which perpetuates the economic and social failures in our society…
If there’s ever going to be any progress…

 

Posted by mvague on September 2, 2004 at 1:04 PM (CDT)

40

Stylescraper - you wouldn’t happen to be lifting the work of others and representing it as your own, would you?  Naughty, naughty.

Note that the original text (published in 2003 in the New York Times) refers to “last Sunday night” not “last week.”

From the original text:
“When President Bush informed the nation last Sunday night that remaining in Iraq next year will cost…”

Posted by Ape on September 2, 2004 at 1:28 PM (CDT)

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