From the mind-boggles dept:

Bush Promises to Offer Detailed Plans at Convention: Mr. Bush's advisers said they were girding for the most extensive street demonstrations at any political convention since the Democrats nominated Hubert H. Humphrey in Chicago in 1968. But in contrast to that convention, which was severely undermined by televised displays of street rioting, Republicans said they would seek to turn any disruptions to their advantage, by portraying protests by even independent activists as Democratic-sanctioned displays of disrespect for a sitting president.

That would be the same respect the GOP always showed to President Clinton?

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  1. This doesn’t shock me, I’ve always been impressed at the convention against disagreeing with a sitting president, especially during “war-time,” at least, as long as he’s a Republican…for me, the more people with the courage to disagree with their elected leaders, the more Americans are still running around this country…

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