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PRESS COMMENTS

"Clearly the best online reference."
Andrew DeWit, Tokyo University, co-author of "Anti-Bushism" (Iwanami), 12.14.02

"Best of the Bunch...Frequently updated criticism of Dubya...intelligent analysis." (The Gurdian links to 5 relevant sites only: the White House, the State Department, the Washington Post, the Nation, and Bush Watch)
The Guardian,11.06.01

"Jerry Politex...runs a news-oriented and politicvally motivated Web site."
Investor's Business Daily,11.01.01

"Bush Watch...the Foremost Anti-Bush Site."
San Francisco Chronicle,10.17.01

"This nonprofit, nonaffiliated site has up-to-the-minute news on George W. Bush's
political progress, plus links to many news sources and political sites."
U.S. News and World Report,3/15/99

"Like an internet paparazzo, Jerry Politex knows just about everything there is to know about George W. Bush."
Christian Science Monitor4/20/99

"By far the best of the sites devoted to an individual candidate is Bush Watch, created to keep an eye on Bush.
All the news and incisive analysis of the candidate's campaign." London (UK) Independent, 5/10/99

News sources that have provided a link to Bush Watch for its readers include
New York Times, CNN, London Times (UK), MSNBC, and London (UK) Telegraph.

"Skeptical venue with summations of news coverage, plus commentary."
Washington Post

"Amusing Texas-based site with lots of local flavor."
New Hampshire.Com

"A serious site, light on graphics but heavy on content."
Slate,6/30/99

"That most relentless of Web sites, www.Bushwatch.com"
Thomas Oliphant, Boston Globe


"You people are truely clueless blithering idiots ."
MWS

"bushwatch.com is a more serious attempt to criticise Mr. Bush's record. If Mr. Bush does eventually succumb to scandal, this site is likely to be where the story breaks."--(London) Economist, 9/18/99

"In addition to exhaustive connections to the worldwide coverage of the presidential campaign, Politex offers his own regular acerbic, fair, and witty commentaries on the Bush news of the day, featured links on specialized subjects, and occasional special features."--Texas Observer, 10/1/99


Bush Watch "tracks George W.'s actions with quotes, transcripts, and links from publications around

the globe with gusto....With dozens of news stories a day, editorial features from Politex,
the 'non-affiliated U.S. citizen' behind the site, and links to things like the Georgy Bush song lyrics, Bush Watch ensures you won't miss a single blunder, denial, or offensive display of wealth." New York, 9/9/99


Press Kit: How to Write a Great Blurb for Bush Watch.

Coined in 1907 by humorist Gelett Burgess, a "blurb" is "a flamboyant advertisement, an inspired testimonial, fulsome praise."

1. Gush. Example: "Bush Watch deserves to have more readers than the Bible..."
2. Observe the Rule of Three. Example: "It is tart, witty, and fair..."
3. Make Comparisons with Other Leading Brands. Example: "The first Bush site on the web, including George's own..."
4. Know Your Browser. Example: "As acerbic as George Will, as on the money as Molly Ivins..."
5. Try to be Mildly Idiosyncratic. Example: "Anyone who doesn't read Bush Watch is doomed..."
6. Make Apposite Puns. Example: "Don't let Bush Watch out of your sight..."

Voila, Le Blurb!

"Bush Watch deserves to have more readers than the Bible. The first Bush site on the web, including his own, it is tart, witty, and fair. It's as acerbic as George Will, as on the money as Molly Ivins. Anyone who doesn't read it is doomed. Don't let Bush Watch out of your sight."

Disclaimer: Most of this has been shamelessly cribbed from The New Yorker, Oct. 4, 1999. Offer void in Canada.


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