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Discussion in 'Elections' started by BenReilly, Nov 3, 2004.
Breaking News: Sen. John Kerry calls President Bush to concede presidential election, CNN has learned. Details soon.
Ohio, Iowa and NE still counts... (See map) http://i.a.cnn.net/cnn/ELECTION/2004/data/usmap.gif?nocache=219899772
You mean Dan Rather of CBS News? The CBS News that did the most to MISinform its viewers on basic facts wrt to Iraq, behind Fox? THAT CBS News?
I never get tired of the GOPs calling CBS a liberal outlet, and me being able to point out how, objectively, it was the most pro-Bush of the networks on a critical issue.
Now that he has a "mandate", his presidency is going to careen even farther right then it has
Kerry has conceded the freakin' race, yet CNN still won't call Ohio, Iowa, and New Mexico for Bush.
Final score: 286-252. Closer than I thought, but I'll take it.
I thought the Republicans were against man dates? For men, I mean.
Really, I thought they were the first, then NBC was next.
Good for you, Ian. Maybe you can use some of those profits to buy some body armor for Michigan's reserves in Iraq (and eventually, Iran). Have you made your way to the recruiting station yet? Sounds like you've been a bit busy this morning.
Nice of you to cut out the Hunter quip while quoting me. You seem a little sensitive about that.
Fox was very much behind the others all night (insert joke about slow and conservative here). I think CNN was the first to call OH for Bush.
I guess I picked the wrong day to quit smoking crack.
Okay, so when is George Soros making HIS concession speech?
I haven't seen anything about dating, per se. Marriage is out of the question though.
LOL, that's a good one. First post to make me laugh today, thanks!
Not much else to do at this point but laugh.
Oh, and liquidate all my assets and buy gold. I'll probably need it when the economy collapses under the weight of the huge deficit.
Oh, I don't doubt your statements about CBS News since I rarely ever watch it. My point was about Dan Rather, who certainly wanted nothing more than a total Kerry landslide.
I guess, though, he now has 4 more years to dig up as much dirt as he wants, although now it won't really mean all that much.
It's finer than that, pal. Don't leave the Supremes out. Now's the opportunity for some turnover with a minimum of hassle from the Senate Dems.
Took him long enough