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Shrill

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On November 2, 2004

Here’s a shrill endorsement of John Kerry, which is really a condemnation of the Bush presidency. The shrill, shrill author goes so far as to compare W is the late great Tsar Nicholas II: The li

Zogby

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On November 2, 2004
If Zogby’s current predictions are to be taken seriously, the race will be decided in PA, which has to be considered good news. However, if the two ties, PA and VA, were to break the way we’d reasonably expect them to, and the Colorado initiative were to pass, we’d be at the dreaded 269-269 tie. Of […]

Wallingford

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On November 2, 2004

I’d like to report that the voting process in my precinct in Wallingford, Seattle, is going just fine, with short lines. That is all.

Bad Dreams

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On November 2, 2004

One mildly amusing side-product of all the election-induced anxiety I’ve been feeling has been some strange political dreams. Several days ago, I was flying to Florida to personally debate Jeb B

Jim Crow Lives!

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On November 2, 2004
The 6th Circuit, as some feared, is letting the goons back in: In a day of see-sawing court rulings, a Federal appeals court ruled early Tuesday morning that the Republican Party could place thousands of people inside polling places to challenge the eligibility of voters, a blow to Democrats who argued those challengers will intimidate minority […]

Impossibly Moronic Punditry

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On November 1, 2004

Still, the staggering idiocy of the following commentary is awe-inspiring. First, Roger Simon: That’s why I think energizing the base is so important. Any little unexpected thing — we tho

Hacktacular!

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On October 31, 2004
Max Sawicky offers a good timeline of the guest hacks at Instapundit trying to explain away Al QaQaa. It’s a really remarkable sequence of intellectual dishonesty. Uncritically repeat assertions from Drudge or the Moonie Times, and then when they’re proven false just move on to the next attempt to exculpate Bush. And when definitive photographic evidence […]

Take it to Vegas*

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On October 30, 2004

My prediction can wait no longer. Kerry 51 Bush 47.5 (various irrelavents) 1.5 Kerry: 304 (Gore 2000 +Florida, Ohio, NH, -Iowa) Bush: 234 Turnout: 59% (Local predictions) Monorail recall fails 52-48 W

Rock bottom

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On October 30, 2004

This Slate article is so appalling it’s hard to know what possibly could have been going through the minds of the editors who allowed it to be published. Even for a publication that gives a full

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