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New Coke was announced on April 23, 1985, with the company’s president piling on adjectives usually reserved for Lafite Rothschild — “smoother, rounder yet bolder.” Almost 80 days later, the public having sampled it, the company pulled the product from stores. Perhaps Thompson’s candidacy will last longer than New Coke did.

syndicated columnist George Will on former senator Fred Thompson’s entry into the presidential campaign sweepstakes.

I don’t think Margaret Thatcher would impugn the integrity of a commanding general in a time of war, as Hillary Clinton did, or require an army to give a schedule of their retreat to the enemy, as the Democrats are suggesting.

— presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani, who this week will “give the inaugural Margaret Thatcher lecture, organised by the Atlantic Bridge think tank. He will be awarded the Margaret Thatcher medal of freedom by the original Iron Lady, 81, who is revered by American conservatives.” (See photos of candidate Giuliani and Mrs. Thatcher.)
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Written by Dr. Denny Wilkins

September 20, 2007 at 10:57 am

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