Wednesday, November 03, 2004

It Ain't Over 'til It's Over

Richie RobbThe projections have Bush with 269 electoral votes. As Lee Corso would say, "Not so fast my friend."

Let me introduce you to America's greatest patriot, Richie Robb: the most powerful man in America?

I can hear the Republicans now... "We were 'Robbed'."

My fingers are crossed. My friends are preparing the Guyana Kool-Aid.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I guess its over now. Put the kool-aid away. Everyone's opinion is important and valid. Even though I do not agree with you a lot of the time, you have the right to stand up for what you belive in.

JT

"Congratulations, Mr. President," Kerry said in the conversation described by sources as lasting less than five minutes. One of the sources was Republican, the other a Democrat.

The Democratic source said Bush called Kerry a worthy, tough and honorable opponent. Kerry told Bush the country was too divided, the source said, and Bush agreed. "We really have to do something about it," Kerry said according to the Democratic official.

Kerry placed his call after weighing unattractive options overnight. With Bush holding fast to a six-figure lead in make-or-break Ohio, Kerry could give up or trigger a struggle that would have stirred memories of the bitter recount in Florida that propelled Bush to the White House in 2000