The Counterpoint

November 03, 2004


The mainstream media won't call it, but for all intents and purposes it's official:

Four more years.

Don't worry about what's going on in Ohio. There are some ballots that still need to be counted, but the margin of votes between the two candidates is such that Kerry would need practically every one of them to take the state. The probability of that happening is slim at best; this is mostly just a man trying to hang on to one last glimmer of hope.

In other news, Drudge is reporting that Bush broke the all-time popular vote total, even surpassing Reagan. I know it's not the popular vote that decides the outcome, but it is dang tough to win without it. (Such a scenario has only happened three times, after all.)

Rest easy.


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