Skip to comments.(Nov. 1, 1984) Democrats (Mondale-Ferraro) Draw Crowd of 100,000
Posted on 10/26/2008 3:30:15 PM PDT by Chet 99
Democrats Draw Crowd of 100,000
In Garment District, Mondale Dresses Down 'Radical Preachers'
NEW YORK, Nov. 1 -- In their last joint appearance before Election Day, Walter F. Mondale and Geraldine A. Ferraro drew an estimated 100,000 supporters to a Garment District rally where the Democratic candidates denounced the "radical preachers" and "extremists who control the Republican Party."
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heh, heh. good find. Like Mark Steyn wrote: 51% unexcited voters will beat 49% of enthusiastic ones every time.
But I AM excited about McCain/Palin.
Hitler zog viel mehr als 100,000 oft.
“caned the idea. he would always tease them that if he had “
“canned the idea. He would always tease them that if they had “
And I am guessing he did it without a band as a side attraction.
WHAT the hell is it with the mediaPUKES and the 100,000 mark?!! Notice how the 100,000 seems to be their favorite lie! Yet McPal can only muster up 10 or 20 thousand in their after reports. HMMMM!!
No! No! No! No...!
Wow, nice find!
I love that Minnesota story, but I had heard that it was Nancy Reagan who claimed that her psychic (or whatever) warned that RR was in trouble in CA, so RR went to CA instead of Minneapolis that last day. Either way, I wish RR had gone to MN — he only lost it by 4000 votes and would have surely won it win a campaign-ending stop there.
The map is incorrect; it shows the Eastern Shore of Virginia, the southern tip of the Delmarva Peninsula, going to Mondale. the little dot of red should have been the District of Columbia; then as now, VA does not divide up electoral votes like a few states do.
Who cares Sarah Palin draws as many as Obama.
What a find!
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