Skip to comments.Bush Will Bury Kerry
Posted on 09/07/2004 12:39:59 PM PDT by nikos1121
Bush Will Bury Kerry The Democrat will be lucky to exceed Michael Dukakis's share of the popular vote.
NEW YORK--For nearly four years now, we've been told this is a 50-50 nation, that red and blue America are so evenly divided that even a small misstep could swing this presidential election either way. The media may have their own reasons for sticking to the story line--drama is good for ratings, after all--but there's mounting evidence that the electorate is not nearly as evenly divided as it was in 2000; that come Nov. 2, newscasters are going to be putting a lot more red than blue on their electoral maps. I will make a prediction here: Mr. Kerry will be lucky to top the 45.7% of the popular vote Michael Dukakis got in 1988.
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"Will be lucky to get"?
People are already dissing the dems. The Republican Party most likely peaked to early and I bet this will still be a close election though not quite as close as it looked to be.
I believ the veterans, guardsman, reservist and active duty vote along with their families and friends is enough to crush this chump.
Rush was talking about this today.
missed him today, what did he say?
Now, that's what I'd call majorly 'out of touch' with the reality of veterans' thinking.
I'm surprised that his support among veterans appears to be exceeding 30%. I would have expected it to be much lower than that.
I wish someone would post that photo of Bush throwing a strike from the mound..
[Kerry is] like a tone-deaf musician who stumbles into a gig at Carnegie Hall and can't understand why the crowd doesn't cheer.Bump.
That's good where did you get it?
That's because the middle class are the rich by lib'ral accounting.
I've said this all along. I think LOW turnout among inner city/minority voters will be the reason Bush wins in bigger percentages than most predict.
Are Black inner city voters in love and enamored with Kerry the way they were for Clintoon??? Not even close. When clintoon went to their churches you could see how they identified with him ( he was a great campaigner). Do you think that a windsurfing flower child who lives in the lap of luxury in a Nantucket Beachfront mansion, flies a private jet, and is part of the New England Liberal elite, will excite Blacks to the polls???
Not a chance.
Rush has said for a long time, and I totally agree with him that the country IS NOT EVENLY devided. I don't think this country wants or supports socialism which is what most of the DNC is far left and about today. Most of America loves this country and takes a lot for granted until 9/11 when we found out we can't take our freedoms for granted ever.
No time to get cocky. A lot of time left before election day and the dem's are going to start getting really dirty (hard to believe) and the media is going to carry every second of it. Like NBC covering the Kitty Kelly Book
I doubt that it was Kerry's decision.
I believe he was made an offer that he could not refuse.
I think we believe this at our peril.
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