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  • JUST 333,000 VOTES IN 4 SWING STATES WOULD HAVE GIVEN ROMNEY THE PRESIDENCY

    11/19/2012 7:42:07 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 83 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 11/18/2012 | MICHAEL PATRICK LEAHY
    On November 6, 2012, 3.2 million fewer Americans voted for Mitt Romney than President Obama. 61.8 million Americans voted for Obama, while only 58.6 million voted for Romney. Despite losing the popular vote 51% to 48%--not a landslide for Obama by any means, but on the other hand not the “neck and neck” outcome many predicted--Mitt Romney would be President today if he had secured 333,908 more votes in four key swing states. The final electoral college count gave President Obama a wide 332 to 206 margin over Romney. 270 electoral college votes are needed to win the Presidency. Romney...
  • It's not red state vs blue state—It's red county vs blue county (small town America)

    09/06/2008 7:23:52 AM PDT · by StAntKnee · 30 replies · 619+ views
    Vanity | Nov. 16, 2004 | Vanity
    Map of the US after the 2004 presidential election shows where the winning votes have to come from. Victory comes from counties and small towns. McCain and Palin have to carry them all plus enough from the cities to reach the tipping point. THAT is why Palin's small-town roots are spot-on. Sorry, no USA Today link accepted but maybe below will help. Prepare to see red. http://www.usatoday.com/news/politicselections/vote2004/countymap.htm
  • DICK MORRIS CALLS FOR FEDS TO INVESTIGATE EXIT POLLS

    11/03/2004 5:41:37 PM PST · by KMC1 · 77 replies · 2,381+ views
    WMCA - New York ^ | 11.3.2004
    "The news of the early exit poll numbers sent shockwaves through everything...the internet, talk radio, mainstream media, and most likely some mid-day voter turn-out. If Kerry truly had been up big in every single battleground state then indeed it should have ended much differently. Dick Morris just said on O'Reilly that "exit polls sometimes miss percentages - but they never make up results that aren't there". "By doing so," he went on to imply, "it seems to indicate that someone was manipulating the results or the process." He went on to explain different ways it could have been done....
  • After today (10/29)...Now I'm calling it for Bush 350 to 188!

    10/29/2004 11:37:27 PM PDT · by Jeff Head · 267 replies · 6,707+ views
    JEFFHEAD.COM ^ | 10/29/04 | Jeff Head
    After the revelations of today, 10/29/04, where a US Army Major revealed that his unit had destroyed 250 tons of munitions at the Al QaQua facility, and after the latest Osama bin Laden video...I am revising my election prediction upward for Bush. I honestly believe that many more Americans will vote for Bush after Bin Laden spouted the Kerry/DNC/Michael Moore talking points, and after Kerry's knee jerk reation regarding the munitions have been wholly discredited. Here's my original projection from 10/15/2004. BACK TO JEFFHEAD.COM
  • I'm calling it for Bush: Electoral College 320 to 218

    10/15/2004 11:41:32 AM PDT · by Jeff Head · 478 replies · 12,016+ views
    JEFFHEAD.COM ^ | Oct 15, 2004 | Jeff Head
    I'm calling it for Bush today, 10/15/2004. Bush 320 Electoral Votes, Kerry 218 Electoral Votes.
  • FReep this poll...Let's win one for my generation's Gipper, GWB !

    10/01/2004 9:14:28 PM PDT · by Damavand · 7 replies · 457+ views
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  • Rambling Kerry gets himself lost

    09/17/2004 6:10:20 AM PDT · by kattracks · 36 replies · 1,917+ views
    Guardian ^ | 9/17/04 | Philip James
    Of all the horrors that George Bush has committed over the last four years, one of the most egregious has been his assault on the English language. However, as this election campaign has heated up, something strange has happened - John Kerry has taken on the role of the oratorically challenged, and Bush is suddenly scoring As in the speech department. After 20 years in the Senate, Kerry has developed a meandering, circumlocutory speaking style. The point he is trying to make is pushed to the distant end of ridiculously long verbal structures. I had hoped that, during the campaign,...
  • Here is your chance to vote in a MA. paper for BUSH

    03/07/2004 1:09:34 AM PST · by MaineVoter2002 · 9 replies · 157+ views
    Here is your chance to vote in a MA. paper for BUSH HE IS AHEAD SO FAR, BUT MAKE IT FOR SURE. THANKS,,,, http://www.thesunchronicle.com/poll/pollpage.htm
  • War Stories

    02/17/2004 7:49:19 AM PST · by FBD · 26 replies · 179+ views
    Newsweak ^ | Feb. 23 , 2004 issue | By Evan Thomas
    By Evan Thomas Newsweek - John Kerry did not have to think all that hard about joining the military and going to Vietnam. He had doubts about the wisdom of U.S. intervention in Vietnam, which was rapidly escalating during 1965-66, his senior year at Yale. But Yale leaders were expected to serve, as the school song went, "for God, for Country, and for Yale." His closest friends in Skull and Bones, the Yale senior society for the best and the brightest, were signing up. Fred Smith, who would go on to found Federal Express, was joining the Marines. So was...
  • Bush vs. Kerry: It will be more interesting than you think

    01/30/2004 9:06:40 PM PST · by Pokey78 · 61 replies · 2,687+ views
    The Weekly Standard ^ | 02/09/04 | Jeffrey Bell & Frank Cannon
    THE COME-FROM-BEHIND triumph of John Kerry in Iowa and New Hampshire does more than make the Massachusetts senator a prohibitive favorite for the Democratic presidential nomination. It marks the defeat of Howard Dean's antiwar, left-populist rebellion by the quintessential candidate of the Democratic establishment. For Democrats, this is likely to mean a sophisticated, predictable, low-risk national campaign, somewhat analogous to Bob Dole's 1996 challenge of President Clinton. A Kerry nomination is precisely the kind of result aimed for by Democratic chairman Terry McAuliffe in his drive to front-load the primaries, assuring an early nominee who will have plenty of time...