Thoughts for the night…

First, I may have to stand corrected. It’s looking like the problem was not that young people didn’t turn out — all though proportionally, there doesn’t seem to have been an improvement from 2000 — but rather that Republican-supporters turned out in much higher numbers than expected. Karl Rove’s “4 million evangelicals?” Perhaps. Second, two… Continue reading Thoughts for the night…

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If Bush has, in fact, won…

…my next concern is if he lied about a possible draft. My guess is that he won’t have the guts to put one through, but if he does then I hope that those younger than my 29 years won’t take it lying down. I’ll be out there protesting with you, if it comes to that,… Continue reading If Bush has, in fact, won…

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One day more, or maybe 10, or maybe more…

Election results as of my bedtime: Bush 249 Kerry 242 Iowa count suspended until tomorrow Ohio is possibly contestable, and argued too close to call until the overseas and provisional ballots are counted… a 10-day window by Ohio law, if the pundits on TV are right. If Bush sweeps the remaining states (NM, NV, WI)… Continue reading One day more, or maybe 10, or maybe more…

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Like something out of Scooby Doo…

“But I didn’t know until this day that it was Barzini all along…” …? “You meddling kids!” …? No, apparantly The Votemaster of Electoral-Vote.com has finally come out publically with his identity. Who are You? My name is Andrew Tanenbaum. I am one of the 7 million U.S. citizens living abroad. I am a professor… Continue reading Like something out of Scooby Doo…