Skip to comments.Tense night gives way to joy, despair, relief
Posted on 11/04/2004 6:32:21 PM PST by Rakkasan1
On the day after, Chris Schlichting heard discouraging word of the presidential vote as soon as he woke up. "The clock radio went off, and I was broken-hearted," he said.
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Yeah...well My Daughter who is a junior in College was elated that President Bush won, she was even laughing in one of her college classes.
My daughter said she wanted to do something for President Bush, by Voting for him, she said it was the easiest thing she has ever done, and President Bush had done so much for her.
I could hazard a guess about which party is dependent on shrinks.
I'm still laughing at the Hollyweird Elite! 59 MILLION PEOPLE VOTED FOR W!!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
"I think his victory is legitimate this time, which is even more distressing," said Phil Calvit, an advertising copy writer in Minneapolis who formed a political group with his neighbors this year called George the Menace"
Allow me this moment to apologize to the entire world for having a paper like the Red Star in Minnesota. We are deeply ashamed. OTOH, we conservatives are deeply elated at the re-election of President Bush.
As a former Bush cynic, I will say that his statements today about spending his political capital have cautiously won me over to the side of the provisional zealots.
George, stack that Judicial bench and do us all proud.