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Anonymous
November 7, 2004 7:53:39 PM

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From: http://www.marksteyn.com/index2.cfm?edit_id=21 , Nov 3, 2004

"A GRAND NIGHT FOR REPUBLICANS

4:55 AM EST-- A perfect hat-trick: a Republican President, Republican Senate
and Republican House were re-elected for the first time since President
McKinley and the GOP Congress in 1900. Daschle's so far behind even
"late votes" from the rez won't do it, and Bush is on course to win more
votes than any candidate in the history of the Republic.

Meanwhile, what do the Dems have? Barack Obama.

Next time, take the exit polls and hold them upside down.

3am EST NO CLASS

That Edwards appearance was totally lame. "Count every vote" is code for
"lawyer". It works in 2000, when you've won the popular vote and you just
need 500 more in Florida. In 2004, when Bush is nearly four million votes
ahead, it just sounds pitiful and graceless."

.....


~~~~

FACE
Anonymous
November 7, 2004 7:53:40 PM

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What does this have to do with Windows XP?

"FACE" <AFaceintheCrowd@today.net> wrote in message
news:f36to05tkll462qv3spseedkmnc254u6tt@4ax.com...
> From: http://www.marksteyn.com/index2.cfm?edit_id=21 , Nov 3, 2004
>
> "A GRAND NIGHT FOR REPUBLICANS
>
> 4:55 AM EST-- A perfect hat-trick: a Republican President, Republican
> Senate
> and Republican House were re-elected for the first time since President
> McKinley and the GOP Congress in 1900. Daschle's so far behind even
> "late votes" from the rez won't do it, and Bush is on course to win more
> votes than any candidate in the history of the Republic.
>
> Meanwhile, what do the Dems have? Barack Obama.
>
> Next time, take the exit polls and hold them upside down.
>
> 3am EST NO CLASS
>
> That Edwards appearance was totally lame. "Count every vote" is code for
> "lawyer". It works in 2000, when you've won the popular vote and you just
> need 500 more in Florida. In 2004, when Bush is nearly four million votes
> ahead, it just sounds pitiful and graceless."
>
> ....
>
>
> ~~~~
>
> FACE
Anonymous
November 7, 2004 10:48:58 PM

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Go away with the political stuff.

"If you're happy and you know it, clunk your chains."
--
Gene K
"FACE" <AFaceintheCrowd@today.net> wrote in message
news:f36to05tkll462qv3spseedkmnc254u6tt@4ax.com...
> From: http://www.marksteyn.com/index2.cfm?edit_id=21 , Nov 3, 2004
>
> "A GRAND NIGHT FOR REPUBLICANS
>
> 4:55 AM EST-- A perfect hat-trick: a Republican President, Republican
> Senate
> and Republican House were re-elected for the first time since President
> McKinley and the GOP Congress in 1900. Daschle's so far behind even
> "late votes" from the rez won't do it, and Bush is on course to win more
> votes than any candidate in the history of the Republic.
>
> Meanwhile, what do the Dems have? Barack Obama.
>
> Next time, take the exit polls and hold them upside down.
>
> 3am EST NO CLASS
>
> That Edwards appearance was totally lame. "Count every vote" is code for
> "lawyer". It works in 2000, when you've won the popular vote and you just
> need 500 more in Florida. In 2004, when Bush is nearly four million votes
> ahead, it just sounds pitiful and graceless."
>
> ....
>
>
> ~~~~
>
> FACE
Anonymous
November 8, 2004 11:57:55 AM

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Absolutely nothing. My apologies. Posted to the wrong group. -- FACE

On Sun, 7 Nov 2004 15:03:52 -0700, in microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics you
wrote:

>What does this have to do with Windows XP?
>
>"FACE" <AFaceintheCrowd@today.net> wrote in message
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