Wednesday, February 11, 2004

IT LOOKS LIKE KERRY'S WINNING, RIGHT? RIGHT??

Well, depends on who you talk to and how you ask your questions.

Some think that the voting so far is reactive, not issues-based. In other words, people aren't voting for Kerry because they see him as "their" candidate -- someone whom they argree with on the issues. People are voting for Kerry because they think he can beat Bush and "their" candidate may not be able to.

Will Saletan, as usual makes us think outside the box in his Slate column on the subject.

If this is correct, many Democrats will be even more depressed in November than in 2000. Voting for someone they really don't like and seeing him lose.

Then again, if people start voting with their hearts, Kerry might lose all the big delegate states and the nomination.

This actually might be interesting.




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