If it's not close, they can't litigate.

And I just donated again to help John Thune get out the vote.

Posted by Stephen B at October 29, 2004 11:01 PM

Well, that helped. I was pretty bummed, mostly by the apparent fact that the Osama speech, according Schneider, had helped Kerry. So the aging Hamlet furrowed his brow and stroking his razor-sharp chin decides that the thing to do after being addressed by the man that ordered the murder of 3,000 Americans is to take a freakin' poll! Just to test the waters with his toe lest he get a chill jumping in. And then decides that the way to play it is to hype the defeatism angle... like that's a new wrinkle for him.

If this is what Americans have become, the country's probably not worth fighting for. But it can't be, can it? Where are all those blue-collar types that can see that the guy is real unhappy with Bush, and just wants a little relief. Where's the outrage at being threatened by this Creep of Araby?

Or were those indignant letters written back to the Guardian after its little project to meddle in the US election just forgeries? If we're indignant about the meddling of our allies, we'll just roll over for a tummy scratch from the old ratbag himself?

Waiter, there's a frog in this beer.

Posted by Demosophist at October 31, 2004 9:48 PM

Nice to see Daschle gone! And Kerry too!

Posted by Americand United Against democRATs at November 9, 2004 3:34 PM