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Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Well, maybe this is what had to happen. If anything, I hope this is the dawn of a new era of political protest in this country. And violence. I'm sort of ready for some good old fashioned violence.
Mr. Kerry was never presidential. My vote, as I assume was the case for many others, was not for Kerry but against Mr. Bush.
I also think we should have elections to determine whether or not LGBT people should be allowed to hold US citizenship. And the blacks.
Killing President Bush would just leave us with Mr. Cheney, so that's out.
I live awfully close to Canada . . .
Montana elected a Democrat governor (too bad he's a huckster) and legalized medical marijuana. We're a weird state.
I am numb all over.

Monday, November 01, 2004


At the University of Michigan last week, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Seymour Hersh was asked why so many Americans remain loyal to the president. He replied: “One thing you have to face up to is the fact that there are roughly 70 million people in America who do not believe in evolution — and those are Bush supporters.”
Let's hope this doesn't portend a Bush win.

Tonight on the CBS Evening News Bob Sheaffer said the biggest force in this election will likely be young people: "They all have cell phones, and it's nearly impossible to poll them."

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