The Opposing Views of Columnists, Beth Quinn and Douglas Cunningham, on the 2004 Presidential Election
This article shows the opposing views of columnists Beth Quinn and Douglas Cunningham on the 2004 Presidential Election. While Quinn makes very good points supporting Senator John Kerry and the democrats, Cunningham argues those points supporting President George W. Bush and the republicans. Both writers practically use mudslinging to gain the readers' support for each presidential candidate.
Quinn's column, Election Primer for Undecideds, endorses Senator Kerry by pointing out the errors of the president's ways. …
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