Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Easy Rider

Kerry said (and I paraphrase), it's important to come together, to unite. And, but the way, if I had an inkling that there was a snowball's chance in hell of winning Ohio, I'd have litigated it until the day I died. The crodocile tears aside, his performance was pathetic. I was prepared to be sympathetic for his struggle, after all, he did have to suffer the horror of false expectations created by the idiotic exit polls. [Aside: if the pollsters can screw up horserace polls throughout the fall by manipulating the "internals," the proportion of this group and that group to be included in their sample, why couldn't they have done that for the exit polls? 59% women?] And, of course, no one has offered an answer to the $64,000 question: how could ten people, let alone 50,000,000 of 'em, vote for a guy with no idea how to govern, with a plan to turn tail in a war, with a plan to completely screw up the economy with cockamamie tax ideas and nutty healthcare ideas? S*x and dr*gs and rock 'n roll.


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