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Sounds like a trial. Shoot him.

The BBC reported this morning that Bush was in PA claiming it was a lock for the GOP.

I didn't believe him.

I don't get that feeling, but who knows? BushCo also claimed that Rumsfeld is the best SecDef ever!

Voting ... is that TODAY??

We're four hours behind the east coast and as I listen to Air America, my palms are literally getting sweaty. I have a nice bottle of wine ready for when I return from the polls. I can't take watching the drama without it. lol SO BAD!

Just wanted to thank you for all your excellent work this year eRobin, you're the best. It's all come down to this! Here we go. Wwwwwwwwwwwwweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

I am hosting a blog buddies chat in a little while at Chepooka, I'll post a note when I have it open. Nothing major - no need to dress up. Drop by if you can to say hello. :)

Have you seen this abortion? The NYT decided to interview some bloggers about the election:

Rightwing:

Greg Djerejian

Mickey Kaus (who went against all expectations and yesterday endorsed Kerry after trashing him for months, but the post they printed was anti-Kerry)

Lorie Byrd

Joanne Jacobs

Ann Althouse

John Hinderaker and Scott Johnson (the ones who claimed the CBS memo was a fake)

Glenn Reynolds

Leftwing:

Brad DeLong

David Adesnik (a post critical of Kerry)

Centrist:

Kevin Drum

Joke Bloggers:

Ann Marie Cox

Tom Burka

This is balance? This is fairness? They're not even pretending any more.

I haven't seen it yet - but SEVEN righty blogs and only two from the left? I have to read it. I'm so sick of Wonkette - and if they're going to go to her AGAIN, then they should go to dKos and Atrios, who actually add something to the process.

ARRRRRRGH!!!

You're probably whipped and passed out for all I know, but NPR just called PA for Kerry. Congratulations! You did it.

PS I can't tell who belongs to the hand holding the sheet. Are you on the left or the right?

Looks like you must be on the left, right?

(Sorry. Couldn't resist.)

I'm on the right. Claire is on the left. That photo captured my last joyful moment of the day. It's been downhill ever since. I just got home from the Schrader campaign wake. When I think of all the damage Fitzpatrick will be able to do to the county and the country, it's really hard to take. Kerry's numbers look bad as well. I don't know.

Thank you for everything you did yesterday. Even though the results sucked, you worked your ass off. We can be proud that NJ and PA stayed blue. Your work has really insired me to get off my butt.

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