Category Archives: 2004 Election

Not-So-Proud Mary

OK. I wasn’t going to say anything about Mary Cheney’s recent full-court-press to promote her book in the media, but my bullshit meter just went so far in the red that I can’t stand it any more. I kept my … Continue reading

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New Lows & Late-Comers

Yet another poll has com out, this time putting the number of Americans who disapprove of his performance in the oval office at 60 percent. For the first time in his presidency a majority of Americans question the integrity of … Continue reading

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Cognitive Dissonance

Bush voters explained at last. Note: Link now fixed.

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Tin-Foil Hattery & the Media

The blogosphere rumblings about vote counts in the recent presiential election are finally starting to bubble to the surface in “mainstream” meida. Keith Olberman of MSNBC’s Bloggerman, reminds us that no candidate’s concession speech is final, and no election is … Continue reading

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Another One Stolen?

I’m not sure how I feel about all the news that this electin was stolen by the Repblicans through fraud, etc. I’m not surprise. But it kinda makes me feel sick just thinking about it. Anyway, the link above is … Continue reading

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Turn Your Back

This is not a bad idea. Granted, it’s just making a statement, but sometimes makign a statement if about all you can do. Via American Leftist.

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One More Vote?

Want another chance to vote? CNN has a poll asking if people are happy with the election results. For what it’s worth, at the moment it’s running 57% No and 43% yes.

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The Inmates & The Asylum

The only person who slept soundly in our house last night was our son, and that’s because he’s too young to have been aware of what was happening last night; too young to know what kind of country and what … Continue reading

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New Motto

This ain’t my country. I just live in it.

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The Returns…

We’ve been watching the returns on ABC. We started on CNN, but the Bush bias bothered us. ABC’s electoral projection started out Bush-36 and Kerry-3. Now it’s Bush-66 and Kerry-74. It’s gonna be a rollercoaster of a night, but the … Continue reading

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Be the Power

Via Be the Power. More exit poll updates. Tighter than before, but still good for Kerry. Grain-of-salt time, folks. FL OH PA WI MI MN NV NM NC CO Kerry 50 50 54 51 51 58 48 50 49 46 … Continue reading

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Early Exit Polls

I just got these exit poll numbers. One caveate, there was some confusion over the sources, but I’ve seen them in one other place. That said, it’s early yet, but looking good. AZ – Kerry: 45 – Bush: 55 CO … Continue reading

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Low and Desperate

Via BlogActive. Republicans are now so desperate that they’re pretending to be gay Kerry supporters, using outrageous signs and statements to frighten folks into voting for Bush. “We’re from San Francisco,” one of them said. He was wearing Kerry/Edwards pins, … Continue reading

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Yet Another Scene from W’s America

Via Atrios. Yet another look at the naked face of W’s America. Lisa Dupler, a 33-year-old from Columbus, held up a rainbow-striped John Kerry sign outside the Nationwide Arena on Friday, as Republicans streamed out after being rallied by George … Continue reading

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The Waiting is the Hardest Part

It’s stuff like this, that makes me feel like this. Swinging wildly bewteen the polls and stories like the one Greg Pallast tells—of missing absentee ballots, thousdands of voters (especially minority voters) being purged from voter rolls, and voter registrations … Continue reading

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