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Politics : Should Gore concede POLL -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?

To: sandeep who wrote (284)11/30/2000 10:18:57 PM
From: GROUND ZERO™  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 312
I think that Bush ought to lay back and avoid being so cocky about 'winning' since no one has 'won' quite yet... he comes across as arrogant which is covering up his anxieties about not being the 'legitimate' winner at this stage of the contest..... at this point he already has the upper hand, but he is acting like he's still grandstanding for position... that's a bad move and it will surely backfire by provoking animosity among his rivals with whom he will have to work and compromise if he does win the White House... right now, his attempts to appear Presidential come across as smug, tacky, and small minded in the light of the significance and closeness of this incredibly important contest... he's acting right now as if he won the election by a landslide, which he clearly did not no matter what the eventual outcome.....