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tbill
03-11-2004, 09:03
Also, Carville conceeds Ohio will be difficult for Kerry to win in Ohio. His contacts in the Kerry campaign are not giving him any good news in Ohio. According to John Fund on MSNBC, Rove thought they had Ohio almost 2 hours ago.

If Ohio goes for Bush then there is no way Kerry can win.

ghost 6-3
03-11-2004, 09:57
Reuters is reporting Bush wins Ohio too

boscoe
03-11-2004, 10:12
it ain't necessarily so!

lucytupper
03-11-2004, 10:13
Democrats refuse to concede defeat in Ohio.

Blair, who is joined at the hip to Bush, is praying it will be confirmed soon.

boscoe
03-11-2004, 10:14
I'll give it 11 days!

Maine Surfer
03-11-2004, 10:17
Not over yet

polly
03-11-2004, 10:24
this is so depressing

lucytupper
03-11-2004, 10:31
John Edwards speaking at Democrat rally said every vote will count and every vote will be counted. He promised they would fight for EVERY vote.

Maine Surfer
03-11-2004, 10:57
gotta love Fox News. What a bunch of liars. Even CNN is doing a better job

half crazed visigoth
03-11-2004, 12:08
How can the media be so spineless? Even the BBC sticks it to the government...

uninformed
03-11-2004, 12:24
Originally posted by tbill
Also, Carville conceeds Ohio will be difficult for Kerry to win in Ohio. His contacts in the Kerry campaign are not giving him any good news in Ohio. According to John Fund on MSNBC, Rove thought they had Ohio almost 2 hours ago.

Fox would also say that Iraq voted for Bush. The information might be true but Fox is hardly a credible news source - sort of like Pravda in 1960.

Crazyeelboy
03-11-2004, 13:17
Actually, if you looked at the Fox News polls, they had consistently come up with some of the most pro-Kerry results leading up to the election. At the same time, Gallup-CNN polls tended to show consistent Bush leads. Go figure...

Canadian1979
03-11-2004, 14:31
Originally posted by Crazyeelboy
Actually, if you looked at the Fox News polls, they had consistently come up with some of the most pro-Kerry results leading up to the election. At the same time, Gallup-CNN polls tended to show consistent Bush leads. Go figure...

Sounds to me like a tactic. Make people affraid their man is losing, that way they will be sure to get out and vote.

koba65
03-11-2004, 14:35
Originally posted by Canadian1979
Sounds to me like a tactic. Make people affraid their man is losing, that way they will be sure to get out and vote.

Plausible, but what might explain this is some internet-based "grass roots" groups hit "enemy" territory and their on-line interactive polls - skewing the results. For example, people over at Democrat Underground like to hit the Fox News website polls and people over at Free Republic (Freepers) hit CNN polls. Freepers hit CNN polls because they think most CNN website visitors are liberal - the opposite being true for the Fox News website. I quit paying attention to on-line polls a long time ago...

Reverend
03-11-2004, 15:11
Originally posted by Crazyeelboy
Actually, if you looked at the Fox News polls, they had consistently come up with some of the most pro-Kerry results leading up to the election. At the same time, Gallup-CNN polls tended to show consistent Bush leads. Go figure... Fox wanted to motivate their viewers to go vote. Apparently Gallup-CNN were accurate.