Sadly it looks like Bush will win this one. He's leading by 100,000 votes in Ohio w/ 92% precincts reporting (as of 1:45 AM EST 11/3). If he wins Ohio, the 20 electoral votes will give him a total of 269. Even if Kerry swept every other State, he'd only force a tie that would be broken in a republican-controlled House. All in all, things are looking pretty grim tonight. At least I earned my right to bitch about the presidency for the next 4 years by voting.
XBL Gamertag: Rampant Mjolnir
3rd November, 2004 at 02:46:15 -
Nobody must have watched "Fahreinheit" yet then Cause all of Bush's plans are revieled there.
Very close election, but judging from a certain fortune teller... Bush is gonna win .
If Bush wins, we get more wars, which would lead to even more terrorist threats.
But if Kerry wins, they'd get looser abortion rights (which isn't a good thing) and he'd pull a lotta businesses outta 'foreign countries'. In other words, this little 3rd world country I'm living in would be crippled by all the businesses going back to USA.
Not only that, but since those businesses are gonna have to pay wages about 4 times higher, for lazy, previously unemployed bums who are not as efficient, I'd say that Kerry winning would be very, very bad for the world economy. But, does it matter when Kerry's adding more jobs to America AND will stop wasting bombs on terrorists?
Politics suck. If only America had a president who would just sit around doing what HE likes, instead of trying to gain support.
But then again... I just may vote for Kerry just to see America go communist and watch Mr Governator get pissed off. But then again, I did give Phizzy an 'honorable mention' back in the TDC admin elections, so my opinion sucks .
Oh well. Go Nader!
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Right now it's
according to Yahoo. It's damn close, but pretty much over. Bush has announced that he's won, but Kerry's not conceding so it'll go to provisionals, which can't be counted for like a fortnight or something, and there's a lot of legal action being launched already.
Considering how Bush cheated his first election, there's no reason something similar mightn't happen for Kerry. I think he's still in with a chance.