The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on August 11, 2004 · A4
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MAIN0811-A-A M@4 -Composite Proof 8/10/04 5:02 0:00 Cingular W ireless L ocations Arbor Place Mall 101 Douglas Blvd. K-1 678-838-1488 Acworth 3161 Cobb Pkwy., Suite 110 770-966-8181 Alpharetta 5230 Windward Pkwy., 770-569-0656 Athens 4125 Atlanta Hwy., 706-355-7000 4323 Atlanta Hwy. Ste. B, 770-554-2200 4375 Lexington Rd., Ste. C-4, 706-583-4050 Atlanta 4805 Briarcliff Rd., Ste. 101 (Northlake) 770-270-4000 860 Johnson Ferry Rd., 404-843-2378 Brookhaven 3853 Peachtree Rd. NE 404-233-9898 Buckhead 3429 Lenox Rd. 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COLOR CAMERA PHONE COLOR SCREEN Today’s events . . . One of the authors of a new anti-John Kerry book frequently posted comments on a conservative Web site describing Muslims and Catholics as pedophiles and Pope John Paul II as senile. But as he prepared to launch the book, ‘‘Unfit for Command,’’ Jerry Corsi apologized for the remarks in an interview with The Associated Press on Tuesday, saying they were meant as a joke and he never intended to offend anyone. Corsi, who described himself as a ‘‘devout Catholic,’’ said the comments on freerepublic.com are being taken out of context. ‘‘I considered them a joke,’’ said Corsi, who owns a financial services company and has written extensively on the anti-war movement. ➤ President Bush campaigns in Albuquerque, N.M., and Phoenix. ➤ Vice President Dick Cheney campaigns in Joplin, Mo., and Battle Creek, Mich. ➤ Sen. John Kerry campaigns in Henderson, Nev. ➤ Sen. John Edwards has no campaign events scheduled. — From news services Just a joke . . . CAMPAIGN WATCH RMAIN0811OA4FMAIN0811OA4 4 Star 4A 4A RR RR *CNZ11OA004CY* *CNZ11OA004CY* *CNZ11OA004MA* *CNZ11OA004MA* *CNZ11OA004YE* *CNZ11OA004YE* *CNZ11OA004KB* *CNZ11OA004KB* BlueRedYellowBlack Blue RedYellowBlack A4 Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2004 / The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 4 PABLO MARTINEZ / Associated Press President Bush is joined by Sen. John McCain on stage at a campaign rally at the Pensacola Civic Center on Tuesday. By SCOTT LAIDLAW Associated Press Pensacola, Fla. — President Bush mocked rival John Kerry’s stand on the Iraq war Tuesday and rejected the Democrat’s timetable for withdrawing U.S. troops as the Republican campaigned with Kerry pal and Vietnam War hero Sen. John McCain. Seeking to shore up his support in the military rich, GOP- leaning Florida panhandle, Bush assailed Kerry on the dominant issue of the campaign as the incumbent made his 24th trip to the swing state that narrowly ensured his election in 2000. “Now, almost two years after he voted for the war in Iraq, and almost 220 days after switching positions to declare himself the anti-war candidate, my opponent has found a new nuance,” Bush said. “After months of questioning my motives and even my credibility, Sen. Kerry now agrees with me.” Bush added sarcastically that Kerry still had time to change his position: “There are still 84 days left in the campaign.” In October 2002, Kerry voted with the Senate to give Bush the military authority to oust Iraqi President Saddam Hussein — a vote he said Monday that he stands by despite the failure to find weapons of mass destruction. But the four-term Massachusetts senator added that Bush used the authority poorly, rushing to war with limited allied support and little thought to an end game. Kerry’s national security adviser, Rand Beers, said Tuesday that “the issue has never been whether we were right to hold Saddam accountable, the issue is that we went to war without our allies, without properly equipping our troops and without a plan to win the peace.” Beers was the No. 2 anti- terror official in Bush’s National Security Council until he resigned in March 2003, just after the Iraq invasion. He posed questions for Bush, among them, ‘‘Knowing what you know now, do you still believe that you made no mistakes in how you took this country to war?” Kerry also said Monday that he hoped to begin reducing the number of U.S. forces in Iraq within six months of taking office. “It is an appropriate goal to have,” he said, but added that achieving it would depend on broader international assistance, better stability within Iraq and other related factors. Bush said Tuesday he opposed Kerry’s proposal. “What we don’t want is to cut short the mission. We don’t want politics to decide the mission,“ Bush said at a question-and-answer session with supporters in Niceville, Fla. “The key is not to set artificial timelines” that would, Bush said, signal to the enemy, “ ‘Gosh, all we’ve got to do is wait them out.’ ” Joining Bush was McCain, the Arizona Republican who has come to Kerry’s defense on several occasions during the campaign. Most recently, McCain called on the White House to repudiate an ad that accused Kerry of lying about his decorated military record in Vietnam. The White House declined. McCain was a prisoner of war in Vietnam for 5 1 ⁄ 2 years, and his maverick voting record in the Senate has won him support among some moderates and swing voters, especially during the 2000 Republican presidential primary. That background could help Bush, who served stateside with the Texas Air National Guard during the war. After hosting McCain at his Crawford, Texas, ranch Tuesday night, Bush was bringing him to Arizona and New Mexico on Wednesday — two battleground states. Bush attacks Kerry war stance 2004 ELECTION

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