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RINGLEADER
11-03-2004, 12:28 AM
What a complete joke.

Sore/Loserman Part Deux

KCWolfman
11-03-2004, 12:29 AM
I am listening. Amazing.


They are lying directly to the people who trusted them.

RINGLEADER
11-03-2004, 12:29 AM
Every vote will count...

Miles
11-03-2004, 12:30 AM
Yeah that speach started out lame as hell. Edwards saying some shit about optomism and every vote will count. Seems dillusional.

RINGLEADER
11-03-2004, 12:30 AM
Edwards just destroyed his chances in 2008

Cochise
11-03-2004, 12:31 AM
Big girls don't cry John Boy

RINGLEADER
11-03-2004, 12:31 AM
Yeah that speach started out lame as hell. Edwards saying some shit about optomism and every vote will count. Seems dillusional.

They were counted.

Bush won by 125,000.

He won the national vote by 3,000,000+

Remember when Democrats used to be so concerned about the popular vote?

KCFalcon59
11-03-2004, 12:32 AM
He looked shell shocked when he came out there. Not at all confident. They can read the writing on the wall. They should do the right thing and concede.

Michael Michigan
11-03-2004, 12:32 AM
What a complete joke.

Sore/Loserman Part Deux

One of last week's columns...

http://www.plattecountylandmark.com/ckrairden.htm

Dems may try to sue their way to White House

Kerry's people have assembled a team of 10,000 lawyers to challenge results

by CK Rairden
Landmark columnist


John Kerry has struggled this entire campaign to even sniff the 50% mark in any public polling data.

Right now he is down in nearly every major public poll and pollster John Zogby last Sunday delivered some particularly bad news to the Kerry campaign, saying that Saturday was “another good single day of polling for President Bush. In today’s sample alone, he leads 50% to 43%—the first time we’ve seen either candidate hit 50%. Each candidate continues to tighten his own constituency, and undecided voters are now at only 4%.”

Mr. Zogby was referring to the data that is collected for his daily tracking poll.

That was followed by a Gallup poll on Monday that gave President Bush a 51-46% lead with a job approval of 51%.

President Bush is surging at the right time, but let’s look at the news items staring the Bush campaign in the face. Gas prices are at a record high. The Dow Jones Industrial average closed at its low for the year on Friday. There’s a panic among some that a flu vaccine shortage may cause death and mayhem as the flu season begins. The Iraq war is described with such terms as “quagmire” and with the focus group tested term of “a mess.”

So—with all the bad news being put squarely on the president’s shoulders, is John Kerry really losing?

In short—yes.

The reason is simple: John Kerry is not a very good candidate. He breezed through a front-loaded primary and was never tested or vetted. He is unlikable, aloof and many describe him as haughty. Though he continues to invoke his four-month tour in Vietnam to this day in an attempt to toughen his image, many see him as a man that has his nails manicured and flies his personal hairdresser in for thousand dollar haircuts.

He believes the Green Bay Packers play at Lambert Field. Many see Mr. Kerry as anything but a regular guy but as a soft “metrosexual.” At times he seems more concerned with pandering to the United Nations and playing kissy-face with the French than defending America.

That does not play well with the voting blocs of the “Security Moms” or the “NASCAR Dads.” This is one of the many reasons that John Kerry finds himself trailing a vulnerable incumbent president at this late date.

But all this is not to say that George W. Bush may come up short on the Electoral College scoreboard. Mr. Bush can lose on Nov. 2nd even though he appears to be surging at the right moment. This race is still far too close to call.

Seeing this, the Democrats have assembled a team of 10,000 lawyers who are ready to challenge election results in nearly every state that is even close. The Associated Press reported that Kerry, “will not hesitate to declare victory Nov. 2 and [then] defend it. He also will be prepared to name a national security team before knowing whether he has secured the presidency.”

Mr. Kerry’s mindset appears to be—“I won, now prove I didn’t.”

His plan is to then dispatch six so-called “SWAT teams” of lawyers and political operatives to begin to file lawsuits and hold press conferences. This is a horrible decision and puts in danger the entire American electoral process.

But the Democrats seem to care little about that and, if the Associated Press report is accurate, are in a ‘win at any cost’ mindset. This election must be won at the ballot box, not in the courts. And both parties have registered a huge number of new voters, and turnout in each state will be the key to actually winning with votes from actual American voters who are registered and legally eligible to vote.

But now the Kerry campaign has promised to make sure that attorney, activist and political operative turnout will be key as well. This reeks of desperation, and shows that even the Kerry campaign understands its candidate is trailing and are willing to employ “unconventional” means to rally John Kerry’s candidacy well after the votes have been cast and counted.

The bumper sticker “Gore/Lieberman” was quickly lampooned into “Sore-Loserman” after the Bush victory in 2000, and it appears John Kerry is willing to take that several steps further.

If Kerry can’t turn this around and loses this race at the ballot box, those days of 2000 may seem tame if the Democrats try to again sue their way into the White House.

Bob Dole
11-03-2004, 12:33 AM
It's because they just nuked Ohio, Nevada, Indiana and New Mexico.

Cochise
11-03-2004, 12:33 AM
They were counted.

Bush won by 125,000.

He won the national vote by 3,000,000+

Remember when Democrats used to be so concerned about the popular vote?

So RL, our resident election honk ;), what's the last margin and what unreal percentage of those prov ballots would Kerry need to win?

I can see the less than 1,000 votes challenge in FL... but with a vote that is 100 times further apart? Give me a break. :shake:

KCWolfman
11-03-2004, 12:33 AM
One of last week's columns...

http://www.plattecountylandmark.com/ckrairden.htm

Dems may try to sue their way to White House



Who is that guy? He is an artist with the typeset.

tk13
11-03-2004, 12:35 AM
It's because they just nuked Ohio, Nevada, Indiana and New Mexico.
Crap. Better get my radiation suit on.

patteeu
11-03-2004, 12:36 AM
...
Remember when Democrats used to be so concerned about the popular vote?

Yes. It seems like just yesterday... oh yeah, it was just yesterday.

KCWolfman
11-03-2004, 12:37 AM
Crap. Better get my radiation suit on.
Don't worry, it only leveled Purdue, it was a nice bomb

Fairplay
11-03-2004, 12:41 AM
It's because they just nuked Ohio, Nevada, Indiana and New Mexico.



Did they have an outcome of how those states have voted?
Nevada and New Mexico?

tk13
11-03-2004, 12:42 AM
Don't worry, it only leveled Purdue, it was a nice bomb
ROFL "In other news, Gene Keady's hair was unaffected by the fallout...."

KCWolfman
11-03-2004, 12:46 AM
ROFL "In other news, Gene Keady's hair was unaffected by the fallout...."
Keady has been dead for eight years, the fat has just yet to stop rolling.

SNR
11-03-2004, 12:47 AM
Don't worry, it only leveled Purdue, it was a nice bombF*ck. Where are the Chiefs going to get their good QBs now?

KCWolfman
11-03-2004, 12:50 AM
F*ck. Where are the Chiefs going to get their good QBs now?
Green went to IU, not Suckdue

SNR
11-03-2004, 12:59 AM
Green went to IU, not SuckdueI was hoping we could pick up Brees in the offseason and have two SB winning QBs from Purdue.

DenverChief
11-03-2004, 01:01 AM
What a complete joke.

Sore/Loserman Part Deux


Who filed the lawsuit in 2000?

Bob Dole
11-03-2004, 01:07 AM
Did they have an outcome of how those states have voted?
Nevada and New Mexico?

Nevada has been called as Bush's, and New Mexico will be shortly.

Bob Dole finds it interesting that the media has been making a big deal out of Ohio for the past 2 weeks, and now we're sitting here waiting and Bob Dole would bet next month's Viagra prescription that Ohio is the last result we'll see.

Ignoring that the damned polls closed hours ago...

DenverChief
11-03-2004, 01:14 AM
Nevada has been called as Bush's, and New Mexico will be shortly.

Bob Dole finds it interesting that the media has been making a big deal out of Ohio for the past 2 weeks, and now we're sitting here waiting and Bob Dole would bet next month's Viagra prescription that Ohio is the last result we'll see.

Ignoring that the damned polls closed hours ago...

NM is more Bush than Nevada...I think there will be a flip flop...Nevada to Kerry and NM to Bush

mikey23545
11-03-2004, 01:15 AM
Who filed the lawsuit in 2000?

Sore/Loserman.

Bob Dole
11-03-2004, 01:17 AM
NM is more Bush than Nevada...I think there will be a flip flop...Nevada to Kerry and NM to Bush

Interestingly enough, on Yahoo, NM is now showing 101% of precincts reporting...

Miles
11-03-2004, 01:24 AM
Interestingly enough, on Yahoo, NM is now showing 101% of precincts reporting...

Thats some impressive efficiency from NM ;)

Joe Seahawk
11-03-2004, 01:26 AM
Just concede...Please show a little class Kerry..

Fairplay
11-03-2004, 01:26 AM
Interestingly enough, on Yahoo, NM is now showing 101% of precincts reporting...




! :eek: !

:huh:

2bikemike
11-03-2004, 01:28 AM
Just concede...Please show a little class Kerry..

Yeah riiiight!

Bob Dole
11-03-2004, 02:08 AM
New Mexico and Wisconsin are called for Bush in some reports, which puts Bush at 269 with Iowa and Ohio remaining...

Chief Henry
11-03-2004, 08:25 AM
GOD BLESS IOWA for coming through in the clutch.

Edwards will have to start sueing people again to make a living.........after he writes a book :shake: