Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Morning in America

Thank God, Bush won. Popular vote by a significant margin with over 50% of the vote, and once they finally color in Ohio and Iowa for Bush, as I believe they will, he'll have a decent edge in the electoral vote. No one can claim voter suppression or voter apathy; turnout was huge, and I'm glad of it. So, on all fronts, Bush has a convincing win.

Everyone knows that -- except Kerry.

You know, for months now he's been accusing Bush of being "out of it", and "not dealing with reality". It's time for Kerry to deal with reality. Ann Althouse says it very well; it's time for him to make a gracious concession speech. Absolutely.

More later.... including some thoughts on what the Dems need to do to rebuild their party (I can't imagine the depths of despair they must be in this morning, losing the Presidency, the Senate, and the House), and some thoughts on why Bush won.

First, more coffee; that was the worst night's sleep I've had in about four years...

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