Al Gore’s commanding victory over Bill Bradley in the Iowa caucuses gave the vice president a head of steam for next week’s New Hampshire primary. The media jumped on the Gore bandwagon. The Chicago Tribune reported Gore’s ”decisive victory, borne of a newfound vigor in the candidate and a reliance on old-line Democratic constituencies, forces challenger Bill Bradley into a near must-win situation next Tuesday.“
”It’s like a bad toothache,“ Titans quarterback Steve McNair told the media during the team’s first appearance of Super Bowl week. McNair was talking about his turf toe. And his toe isn’t the Titans’ only worry. Free safety Marcus Robertson will miss Sunday’s game with the St. Louis Rams because of a broken ankle, and receiver Yancey Thigpen is listed as doubtful because of a hairline fracture in his foot. But Jevon Kearse said, ”We feel like this Super Bowl is meant for us.’’
A coalition of do-gooders started a publicity campaign to grab a share of Tennessee’s money from the national tobacco settlement. Campaign for a Healthy and Responsible Tennessee paid for a public-opinion poll showing 70 percent of Tennesseans favor spending half of the tobacco settlement money for the prevention and reduction of tobacco use.
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The main damage to his credibility is that the Tennessean printed it.
Cite. Be specific now.
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