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Monday, October 25, 2004

Pre-Election Let Down

It's happening and I'm trying to fight it. This is NOT the time to stop working for the re-election of GW. I read the news, http://www.washingtontimes.com/national/20041024-110609-9428r.htm , would seem important, lying about foreign affairs and all, if the MSM wouldn't just yawn. This too seems consequential, http://www.weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/000/000/004/824yefgv.asp questions of aiding and abetting, but once again it with a week remaining, who will notice? A Yale professor for Bush, albeit for unusual reasoning, http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/opinion/la-op-gelernter24oct24,1,1714679.story seems to be something that no one is paying attention to, though we are inundated with claims of 'Bush is clueless.'

I will do what I can, but there is a let down settling in, perhaps for me it's just the approach of end of first quarter. I know this is not the time to drop the guard, so I will carry on; walking next week and doing my part Tuesday by voting and working at the County Commission. Nearly all the polls at the state level are breaking, ever so slightly for Bush:

Andrew McClurg, over at Polipundit, http://polipundit.com/index.php?p=4773 reports on the:
Zogby Polls
There are a whole batch of polls out tonight from Zogby. Here are the numbers as he reports them.
Wisconsin: Bush 48%, Kerry 45%
Pennsylvania: Kerry 47%, Bush 45%
Ohio: Bush 47%, Kerry 42%
Nevada: Bush 48%, Kerry 44%
New Mexico: Bush 49%, Kerry 44%
Minnesota: Bush 45%, Kerry 46%
Michigan: Kerry 52%, Bush 42%
Iowa: Bush 47%, Kerry 45%
Florida: Bush 49%, Kerry 46%

UPDATE: Bill at INDC Journal is not having any let down, (thank you!), he's got a round-up of the blogosphere reaction to the Kerry Lies on meeting with Security Council members, or perhaps it's all the UN members that are lying? http://www.indcjournal.com/archives/001201.php

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