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Scott Wright

The 9/11 commission was a huge embarassing show just as W feared.
Libs. like to use % numbers when it suits them and actual $ amounts at a differnt time when it suits them. The lower income folks got a much larger percentage decrease in taxes. So the libs only want to focus on the dollar amount the rich get back. Ofcourse the rich get more money back because they are dealing with much larger numbers than we are but we still got the bigger cut. Anything else is either ignorance or spin. I was raised by two middle class Christians who taught me not to envy or hate others bacause they have more than us. They also pointed out that the poor don't create jobs. So in closing I ask our Dem. friends to please stop preaching class hatred and warfare.

sionara george

Tucker-- you got another job lined up for February, right?

Florida - 30 percent of state -- 53-47 for Kerry

Iowa 57 to 41 percent for Kerry (compared to about +6 margin in early vote in 2000)

Oregon - early vote (which is the whole electorate) 53 to 47 percent for Kerry

New Mexico 51-48 for Kerry

Nevada 48 to 50 with Bush ahead
(via PI Online)

melior

Bush is losing. Guess we'll just have to "Get over it."

Jon Lester

Watching you now as MSNBC decides to call Florida with 98% of the votes in. Glad to share the moment with you, in a sense.

Bill Evans

hmm, now that fox and nbc have called Ohio, Florida, and Alaska for Bush, the chatter seems to have died down here. Where did everyone go?

Olin Lacy

Tucker:

Get a couple of days sleep. A job well done.

So much for early exit polls.

Henry Schlatman

GOD HELP AMERICA!
For Our Citizens has just voted against "Truth in America"

jbreaux0302

Looks like the election is over. Instead of being bitter Henry why not all come together as one united country. The truth is this is still a country that belives and worships God, and still believes there are such things as morals. I hope we can all move forward now and stand behind our President and this great country that we are fortunate enough to call home! Looks like the exit polls cant compete with God's will. In closing all I have to say is Thank you God!

Bill Evans

Andy Card stated that the Ohio Secretary of State told him that President Bush's lead could not be overcome by provisional ballots.

In case you doubt that, check this website:

http://election.sos.state.oh.us/ProvBallots.htm

The total number of provisional ballots cast in Ohio: 135,149

President Bush's lead: 133,164.

In order for a provisional ballot to count, the voter must be registered, and reside in the precinct where the ballot was cast. If all 135,149 are valid (not likely), Kerry would have to win 98.53% of those ballots (statistically impossible).

Thus, Bush wins Ohio, and the presidency.

Which is good, because Bush also won the nationwide popular vote by more than 3.5 million votes.

GoBush

THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN!
THEIR CHOICE> GEORGE W BUSH BY FOUR MILLION MORE VOTES.
OHIO IS FOR BUSH BY A LARGE MARGIN.
GOD BLESS YOU MR PRESIDENT.
WE NEED YOU NOW MORE THAN EVER.
THIS IS THE TIME TO MEND ERRORS AND GIVE IT A FRESH START.
A NEW DAY HAS COME. WE LOVE YOU.

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