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To: Keith Feral who wrote (150776)11/3/2004 9:01:25 AM
From: michael97123  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 281500
 
So far kerry has done nothing wrong. It is my belief he will do the right thing. Last night they may have been hoping for the then 96k vote lead bush had to shrink to under 50k. If that happened he would have had a chance. He also was hoping for a tightening of the pop vote which did not happen. Now it is obvious to all that kerry has lost. He can only make an attempt to get the lawyers to somehow steal ohio. He then would be president who lost pop vote by 3.5 million votes. Kerry is a patriot first. He will concede defeat. Give bush credit also for not declaring victory last night. He is giving kerry and the dems a chance to remain a national party. Mike
PS I hit the pop vote number in my prediction. Bush will end up with 286 electors and i said 300-325. Total vote was 112 million not 120+ as predicted earlier. Youth vote in line with earlier elections. Kids never vote in expected numbers. They wont stand out in the rain when they could be making out and doing other things kids do. Dems cant ever get into red states without at least respecting alternate positions on cultural issues. Dems must have pissed off red states in a big way for bush to run up those pop vote totals.