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Bush Has Double-Digit Lead on Kerry - Newsweek Poll

Newsweek no less! Now that's impressive in anybody's book. (Newsweek would normally be expected to push Kerry) I also saw a local liberal columnist talking about his sneaking suspicion that Bush is going to win! Tim Russert and Dave Letterman were talking about Kerry windsurfing AGAIN! Russert said something like 'What's with the windsurfing?'. Letterman responded with something like 'That ought to score a lot of points with coal miners in Pennsylvania.'.
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The strange silence continues.

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One of our local newspapers buried the story on page 5. One might almost think the Dems and their allies hope this one will go away.

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I just gotta laugh ...

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... after weeks explaining away the Kerry un-bounce as due to the fact that there are really only three undecided voters to be had, now they are poo pooing Bush's bounce as just that. Which it may be, but Kerry is fading and it shouldn't have come as a surprise to the party.

Evie Happy

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Let me help...

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Let me help, Kiddpeat, he may be busy.
Newt Gingrich, Nixon, the rich, McCarthy, Teapot Dome, Polk, the Civil War and the ever-popular (drum roll, please...) global warming.

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Not ahead but ...

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Be sure to read their explanation...

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of why their results are so different than all others when they get around to offering the explanation at 1500 Romeo (BST) today.

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You're kidding, right? I did say 12 points in Newsweek

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didn't I? I don't know what the Rassmussen poll is, but I suggest you get a better source. No one is reporting it that way. Sounds like wishful thinking by the DNC.

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It's still too early to make firm predictions ...

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There is a lot that can happen between now and November. I'm inclined to write off Nader's chances of winning, but I'm not ready to make any other predictions yet.

Of course, I'm still not convinced that I want either Bush or Kerry to win.

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So your the undecided voter they are spending millions on.

with such polar opposites as candidates I'm suprized anyone is left in confusion of who to vote for

remember 9/11 then decise

Don Erickson
California Republican and very proud of it!

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I agree with Dr. Osler. Both candidates leave a lot to be desired. Too bad the Dems couldnt nominate a man who stood a chance. I dont think they want the Whitehouse this time around! Another four years of Cheney Bush...I wonder what that will bring us!

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Hopefully, some VERY GOOD Supreme Court Justices,

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and a reduction in terrorist activities.

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with such polar opposites as candidates I'm suprized anyone is left in confusion of who to vote for


Actually that is what I see as the problem for some if not many. Some of the left of center see Kerry and his crowd as way too far left, some of the moderate right may feel the same about the Bush Administration.

I personally like Bush, but not thrilled with all his decisions, or even with all his selections as advisors.

But with the polar opposites, many may feel there is no reasonable choice. So it comes down to which one offends them more in which particulars?

A very hard choice to make, and unfortunately I don't see either party offering anything other than extremes next time either.

RogerNC

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