by Chris Bowers, Wed Oct 13, 2004 at 03:15:43 PM EDT
by Chris Bowers, Tue Oct 12, 2004 at 02:34:14 PM EDT
by Chris Bowers, Sat Oct 09, 2004 at 06:50:40 PM EDT
Also, your one minute and eighteen second moment of zen.
by Jerome Armstrong, Fri Oct 08, 2004 at 07:20:20 PM EDT
And howabout those Internets!
by Chris Bowers, Fri Oct 08, 2004 at 06:54:43 PM EDT
Kerry won the ABC News snap poll, 44-41, with Dems +3 in Party ID (as it should be). The pundits are spinning that Bush did better than last time--well, so what? He stunk last time. You don't win by not sucking. The viewers clearly did not think Bush won, no matter what MSGOP tries to sell them. We won the Vice-Presidential debate by turning a consensus draw into a "Cheney lied" storyline. Bush lied just as often this time. Let's turn this post-deabte spin into that.
Update: Kerry wins according to Gallup too, 47-45. Two polls, Kerry wins both. Whats that you say? Margin of error you say? Well, I say ram it. The fact is that it would take a margin of error argument now to argue that Kerry did not win. Margin of error argument are not easy to communicate on television. Let them try to struggle for a draw. Further, after suffering through five weeks of Bush is surging, even though the polls were still close enough to be called a tie according to margin of error, I am in no mood for the it was a draw last second GOP compromise. The top sheet results say that Kerry won. Let the GOP contort itself to claim a draw. At first they thought they had won. Now the polls show quite clearly that, at best, Bush managed a draw. We won. Bush did better than he ever did in a deabte in his life, and Kerry still won. Bush's best is worse than average Kerry. I'll have more on this tomorrow, but let me say it again: we won.