Let's see, this is coming from that faggy little twerp Lehane, so we'll turn the de-spin-erator loose on it:
"It was not a very close election until we rigged the polling stations. All of our internal polls show that it was literally a dead heat, and then some senile senior spiked the Buchanan chad!"
"And when the DWI story broke, for a lot of people who were on the fence trying to figure out which way to go, that sort of pushed them to towards Gore. They had real reservations about Bush's judgment and whether he was up to the job."
The reason there were so many "undecideds" is that the media kept on pushing the myth that the "undecideds" were the new new, cool position to take. Most of these people had huge reservations about voting for Algore, even though the media told them to do so night and day. Since that did not work, this story about "undecideds" kept on getting pushed just so these people would not commit to Bush. So when this DUi story broke, alot of these people bought the media line. Couple this with massive vote fraud not sen since 1960, then you have Bush losing the popular vote.