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Kerry wins election in a landslide.
November 1st 2004, 06:56 CET by Your Friend

John Kerry is going to win the election on November 2nd.

But the big surprise is that he is going to win it in a landslide.  A huge increase in voter turnout among the young and minorities is going to cause John Kerry to win some states that are generally very Red (such as Nevada or Arizona...  he might even win in Arkansas now that Clinton is doing his Clinton-dance for Kerry).

gg, Bush.  Now the family name will forever be linked with the phrase "one-term".
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#1 by Hugin
2004-11-01 06:58:01
lmccain@nber.org
Heh.  I appear to have cast the deciding vote.

For the record, I agree.  Not a landslide necessarily, but a clear win.
#2 by McBain
2004-11-01 07:07:11
John Kerry will win.  The "likely voter" demographic used in every poll is worthless for this election cycle.

Hopefully, the suppression campaigns to keep blacks out of the polls in Ohio and Florida won't work too well.

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#3 by Eric T. Cheng
2004-11-01 07:09:42
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For the safety of the world I hope for God's sake that Kerry wins. Otherwise I fear 9/11 will be remembered as the catalyst that started WW3.

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#4 by Sgt Hulka
2004-11-01 07:19:20
I'm gonna go out on a limb and say Bush will win.

In his day Hitler was popular
#5 by Charles
2004-11-01 07:20:11
www.bluh.org
I don't hate you specifically.  Just everything that you stand for.

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#6 by Your Friend
2004-11-01 07:31:50

I'm gonna go out on a limb and say Bush will win.


That's a long, fragile limb you're climbing on there...

In other words... WRONG!

Bush is going to lose.  It is pretty obvious at this point.  

It would require some sort of ridiculous mini-coup to stop the anti-Bush momentum at this point.  And of course, I don't put it past the current administration to try that.  You've already got key Republican politicians and advisors talking *openly* about their efforts to suppress certain segments of the vote (eg, "We have to suppress Detroit" (read: blacks).  What the fuck is that about? How anyone can support them is beyond me.  Fuck all that high road difference of opinion shit, if you're voting for Bush and you make less than $200,000 a year, you are a MORON with absolutely NO COMMON SENSE and you SHOULD NOT BREED.  FOR FUCK'S SAKE, DO NOT BREED.  You're a fucking sheep and a pansy, lead by the balls every time the Vice President tells you if you don't vote for him, some boogie man is going to kill you.  

That is all.

#7 by None-1a
2004-11-01 07:36:38
I sincerely hope Hugin is right and Kerry is elected in a clear win. If not it'll be close and it will come down to lawsuits or the house and frankly a Kerry victory that way concerns me far more then even a Bush win.
#8 by jafd
2004-11-01 07:39:45
If there are members of the electoral college that go against the will of the people in their state this year, I will not be surprised. At all.

I expect a coup attempt, just like last time. I just hope it will fail.

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#9 by McBain
2004-11-01 09:19:28
Things looking good for Kerry.

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#10 by Dethstryk
2004-11-01 09:22:42
jemartin@tcainternet.com
First off, if you go by the polls then this Tuesday is just going to be a fucking coin toss. They have been at a tie for a while now, because of the margin of error.

But, if you look at all of the new voters who supposedly are going for Kerry, then there is more weight to his side of the coin. I approve.
#11 by Dethstryk
2004-11-01 09:24:26
jemartin@tcainternet.com
And McBain, that poll means exactly the same thing as the other polls where Bush had a lead because of the margin of error. The polls for this election have been a joke because they have meant nothing and the media won't tell you that.
#12 by Dethstryk
2004-11-01 09:25:59
jemartin@tcainternet.com
It's like that stupid fucking "OMG THERE ARE 100,000 DEATHS IN IRAQ" study that was released. I hope none of you are buying into that bullshit, because the CI on it is something like "95% 8000 - 198000."

Thanks for that study, guys. You are 95% sure that there have been between 8,000 and 198,000 Iraqis who have lost their lives since the war began. Good one.

I hate statistics.
#13 by lwf
2004-11-01 09:42:50
Jafd has a good one yesterday. Did you know that per capita there are more deadbeat moms than dads? I swear all women are stupid and lazy!

All the eunuchs they were standing in rows singin': "Please stud us out just as fast as you possibly can."
#14 by Dethstryk
2004-11-01 09:49:45
jemartin@tcainternet.com
I want to become a statistician so I can rule the world.
#15 by jafd
2004-11-01 09:51:52
'struth.

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#16 by lwf
2004-11-01 09:56:25
My statistical analysis states that you already do rule the world.

Has anyone read PKD's two stories Stand-By and What'll We Do With Ragland Park?
Crazy.

All the eunuchs they were standing in rows singin': "Please stud us out just as fast as you possibly can."
#17 by m0nty
2004-11-01 11:16:00
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
Kerry will win, because the Redskins lost their last home game before election day, and that has been a 100% solid indicator of whether the incumbent is booted out or not.

From one of the NFL analysis sites I read:
The Packers might have lost, though, if a questionable flag hadnít been thrown, bringing back a 43-yard TD reception by Clinton Portis that might have been the winning score. Given the history of predicting elections via the performance of the Redskins in their pre-election home game, plus the dubious nature of the flag, let the conspiracies ensue.

On the next play, the Redskins got intercepted and the Packers eventually scored themselves. Not only will this game predict the election result, I think it will predict the way the election will pan out: Bush guys will think they've won, but the courts will call bullshit and Kerry will win on a technicality. Democracy wins!
#18 by Comothinon
2004-11-01 11:39:39
Here in Australia the government pays women to have children.

It's never been a better time to be a lazy-ass single mum (sorry, mom). Now if only I was a woman.

Play Fall of Nations noobs...
#19 by Jibble
2004-11-01 14:14:40
I really don't know what to think at this point.  The polls are stupid because they ask the wrong question to the wrong people and have a margin of error that makes them useless in a dead heat.

I just hope that Kerry wins.

Hope, hope, hope.

#20 by jafd
2004-11-01 14:20:01
Don't worry about it.

"You've just defined what's rude for everyone, not just you. Thanks, I needed help with that." - Matt P
#21 by Dethstryk
2004-11-01 14:39:45
jemartin@tcainternet.com
Kerry wins because of my vote. It's like a golden ticket or something, but with less midgets.
#22 by Mank
2004-11-01 15:16:08
I'm not sure if it has been mentioned yet, but whoever wins this election is going to be responsible for the possible appointment of as many as 4 US Supreme court justices. Several of them are well past retirement age, with one currently suffering from thyroid cancer.

I also dont listen to polls. I've known where my vote is going for quite a while now. As a possible surprise to some here I'm actually a registered democrat, and have been since registering to vote at the age of 18. I did, however, vote for Reagan and Bush Sr. while I was in the military. This was due mainly to the pay raises and levels of funding that both afforded the military during their tenures. Yes, there might have been some big time deficit issues where both are concerned, but I feel we had the strongest and mightiest military this country has ever seen during those years.

After I got out of the military I voted true to my party and cast my vote towards Clinton. I am of the opinion that during his tenure our country saw one of the biggest economic expansions since the new deal days. However, his womanizing and outright lies about the Lewinsky affair caused me to vote for Dubya in hopes that Bush would return some semblance of dignity to the Whitehouse. I feel he managed to accomplish that. BUT....I also have to hold someone accountable for the events that transpired on 9/11, and in doing so I point the stick of indignation directly at him and his lackeys for allowing such a grotesque failure of our security apparatus in this administration. He is the Commander in Chief, and he must be held accountable for things that occurs on his watch.

I will now cast my vote for Kerry and afford him the chance to show me what he's made of. I'm not even gonna bother worrying about all of the special interest and societal issues that face our nation. As I feel that we will manage to come to some kind of an agreement on most of them, regardless of who is, or is not in the White House.

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#23 by Marsh Davies
2004-11-01 15:38:29
www.verbalchilli.com
It seems strange to me that Kerry hasn't made a big thing of the fact that, whilst Bush and Cheney make national security the central issue of their campaign, 9/11 happened during the Bush administration. How does that reflect their pre-eminence in the field of home defense? (I know that's not an entirely reasonable argument, but I'm surprised it hasn't been bandied about.)

One good thing that can be said of Bush's regieme is that it has really put the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal in perspective.

#24 by ProStyle
2004-11-01 15:42:29
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#23 Marsh Davies
If you hear that bit thrown about in public discussion it's usually followed up by Shawn Hannity's dumbass blathering on about how Clinton had Osama gift-wrapped, etc etc etc... partisan bickering... rinse repeat

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#25 by jafd
2004-11-01 15:48:45
#22 Mank
his womanizing and outright lies about the Lewinsky affair caused me to vote for Dubya in hopes that Bush would return some semblance of dignity to the Whitehouse. I feel he managed to accomplish that.

Wow. Just... wow.

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#26 by Chunkstyle
2004-11-01 15:58:05
Kerry will win, and it will be official on December 17th.

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#27 by bago
2004-11-01 16:04:40
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Somehow I think Ashcroft is more embarrasing than a blowjob.

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#28 by Jibble
2004-11-01 16:06:31
#25 jafd
Wow. Just... wow.

Agree.

#29 by CheesyPoof
2004-11-01 16:07:27
BUT....I also have to hold someone accountable for the events that transpired on 9/11, and in doing so I point the stick of indignation directly at him and his lackeys for allowing such a grotesque failure of our security apparatus in this administration.

I do not think that it is fair to blame Bush 100% for the events that happened on 9/11.  The Clinton adminstration has to have some accontability too.  Of course, if the terrorists are to be belived it was Bush Sr. that is to blame for all of this by putting troops in Saudi Arabia after gulf war 1.
#30 by CheesyPoof
2004-11-01 16:08:05
You can blame him 100% for what has happened after though.

Forgot to put that in there.
#31 by Jibble
2004-11-01 16:12:12
Watching while everyone tip-toes around insulting Mank because they still want him to vote for Kerry...

#32 by Dethstryk
2004-11-01 16:23:48
jemartin@tcainternet.com
I really can't understand someone who changed their vote because of a blowjob. Fuckin' puritan bullshit.
#33 by Hugin
2004-11-01 16:24:46
lmccain@nber.org
I still love Hulka.  In that beloved crazy uncle in the attic kind of way.
#34 by CheesyPoof
2004-11-01 16:25:34
Of course, if Kerry wins, then he'll likely be assassinated in office since that's what happened to all our previous Catholic presidents.  All hail president Edwards!
#35 by Marsh Davies
2004-11-01 16:28:09
www.verbalchilli.com
According to a topical news quiz, the taller of the two presidential candidates has always won, except in two instances. Kerry's like 9ft or something, isn't he? The odds are good.

#36 by Charles
2004-11-01 16:31:01
www.bluh.org
Edwards has a better president look to him anyway.   And he can't be as bad as Bush.

Anyway, I'd just like to understand that I never understood the whole Clinton/Lewinsky thing.  Why such a big deal?  It never interfered with his ability to run the country.  And people say "But it's because he lied about it."  Well of course he fucking lied about it.  It was a goddamn trap.  Had he come out and said "Yep, I boned her all day all night and I LIKED IT!  And I'd DO IT AGAIN!" you can be sure that equal if not worse things would have happened.  

Plus, it's like lying about whether or not you farted.  Who cares?

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#37 by Dethstryk
2004-11-01 16:37:34
jemartin@tcainternet.com
All of the past Catholic presidents have been assassinated? Shit, I want to doublecheck into that.
#38 by Jibble
2004-11-01 16:39:22
#32 Dethstryk
I really can't understand someone who changed their vote because of a blowjob. Fuckin' puritan bullshit.

I think some people actually take issue with him lying under oath more than they do with him getting the BJ.

#39 by Jibble
2004-11-01 16:40:24
#36 Charles
Plus, it's like lying about whether or not you farted.  Who cares?

That's it, after the description of Bush as a kid with his parent's credit card, you're the new official simile maker.

#40 by Jibble
2004-11-01 16:41:13
Seriously though, I think it was a dumb thing to have an inquiry about since it's a personal matter, but lying under oath is a pretty serious thing regardless of what the lie actually is.

#41 by Jibble
2004-11-01 16:41:29
Which, of course, depends on what the meaning of "is" is.

#42 by CheesyPoof
2004-11-01 16:43:26
All of the past Catholic presidents have been assassinated? Shit, I want to doublecheck into that.

There's only been two of them.  Kennedy was one, and I think the other was Garfield.
#43 by Charles
2004-11-01 16:44:40
www.bluh.org
There is lying, and then there is 'lying'.  Bush saying Iraq had nukes and connections to Bin Laden?  Lying.  Clinton saying "naw, I didn't get no blowjob, I loves me my overbearing and controlling wife!", that's 'lying'.  

One is a serious issue, the other is something that shouldn't matter to anyone but the people directly involved.  

There should totally be a new rule about politicians.  Their private life stays private.  Whether or not someone gets sex on the side doesn't affect their ability to govern.

Do-Re-Mi-Fa-SO-LONG-FUCKER!
#44 by gaggle
2004-11-01 16:46:28
Garfield.. man, that was a seriously bad movie.


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#45 by Jibble
2004-11-01 16:46:53
Agree, but unfortunately the American people are obsessed with seeing the President as a celebrity.

#46 by Anonymous
2004-11-01 16:53:44
Clinton said he 'had no sexual relationship with that woman'. It's not a lie, really. Depends on how you define a sexual relationship. Getting a blowjob from a slutty lady is not a relationship by my standards.

#47 by Dethstryk
2004-11-01 16:55:36
jemartin@tcainternet.com
The Clinton "scandal" was stupid when it was going on, and it's stupid now.

Anyway, is anyone else worried about Bush winning tomorrow? I'm afraid that if he does, hell is going to break loose. Especially if another clusterfuck happens like in 2000.
#48 by Anonymous
2004-11-01 16:59:16
I'm afraid that if he does, hell is going to break loose.

But, why would you be afraid of that?

#49 by Jibble
2004-11-01 17:00:46
#47 Dethstryk
Anyway, is anyone else worried about Bush winning tomorrow?

Yes.

#50 by Dethstryk
2004-11-01 17:02:48
jemartin@tcainternet.com
I'd rather not see my country covered up in potential riots, etc.
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