November 22, 2006

NOTHING COSTS MORE THAN IT USED TO:

Bigger TV Screens, Lower Prices: Consumer-electronics manufacturers are gearing up for the holidays by cutting prices on high-def TVs. Here's a handy buyers' guide (Catherine Holahan, 11/22/06, Business Week)

'Tis the season to go high-definition, if prices for big-screen TVs are any guide. As the weather gets colder and the holidays grow near, competition among television manufacturers is heating up. A price war between makers of plasma and liquid-crystal display (LCD) TVs has pushed prices to their lowest point in years.

Yet BushRove ran on Iraq.

Posted by Orrin Judd at November 22, 2006 7:58 AM
Comments

That is one of the puzzles - why the GOP didn't run more on the economy. Perhaps they thought they couldn't get by the MSM filter or figured people already knew whether they were happy or not.

Besides, I'd still attribute the election to dissatisfaction with Congress, not Bush, over corruption and inaction.

Posted by: AWW at November 22, 2006 7:41 PM
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