TCU Daily Skiff Wednesday, April 7, 2004
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Opinion
Political debates enlighten students
Activism needed outside of election years, too

Hey, College Republicans and Young Democrats. How ya been? Long time no see.
Where have you all been hiding yourselves?

It’s great to see two campus political groups coming together to discuss key issues involved in the upcoming election. We hope the student body will go to the debate, and leave more informed about those issues.
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Point/Counterpoint
Today’s topic: John Kerry and indecisiveness
Kerry’s opinions, actions contradictory

Although people may see primaries or elections as very minute or unimportant events, they actually carry much weight.
Bush leads ‘decisively’ in the wrong direction

There are many words to describe Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry. Charismatic. Heroic. Long-faced. Indecisive is not one of them.
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