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  • Top Ten Potential Anti-Bush 'October Surprises'

       October 26, 2004

    With the election just a week away, the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy (VRWC) is holding its collective breath, hoping that none of the following scandals break in the mainstream media (but if they do, remember, you heard them here first!).

    10. Laura Bush plagarized her winning cookie entry in Family Circle's First Lady bakeoff.

    9. Hikers in Wisconsin's North Woods uncover Bush's secret liberal internment camps, euphemistically named the "Facilities for the Advocation of Very Republican Electors", or FAVRE.

    8. Condeleeza Rice photographs in compromising positions with Gary Hart on the yacht "Monkey Business" are released.

    7. Instead of Osama bin Laden, it's revealed the administration has actually had Paul Wellstone in a Tora Bora cave since late 2002.

    6. In 1971, President Bush, then a member of the Texas Air National Guard, flew to Paris to meet with Viet Cong and North Vietnamese representatives—while the war was still going on—then came back and demanded that the United States immediately accept North Vietnam’s terms.

    5. Because of his failure to secure a landslide victory, Bush ordered Karl Rove to committ suicide in a most grizzly and ironic way: being run over by Air Force One.

    4. The Bush campaign could be rocked by the revelation that Dick Cheney is a lesbian trapped in a man's body.

    3. The ultimate in hypocrisy: even First Daughter Jenna Bush would rather use cheap Canadian drugs. In her case it's something called"Labatt".

    2. CBS unearths medical documents that seem to prove that Bush actually is Hitler. Dan Rather stakes his professional reputation on the authencity of the documents, which were provided by a non-partisan billionaire named George Soros.

    And the top October Surprise that could derail President Bush's reelection bid:

    1. A scandalous affair with a White House intern is exposed. The intern in question?

    "Famed" e-mail breaker-upper Paul Kelly Tripplehorn, Jr.

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    #  March 7th, 2005 6:48 PM      Converted_Comment
    Converted comment: Posted by: Drew at October 26, 2004 01:43 PM

    #2 is a classic!

    #  March 7th, 2005 6:48 PM      Converted_Comment
    Converted comment: Posted by: 02hawk796 at October 31, 2004 10:00 AM

    Well, in 2 days the real polls are open, and in 3 it's over but the suing.
    This post is the most recent and moderately on topic that I see to post on.
    Could all who read this please do us a big favor?
    Peruse all your fave sites, polls, breakdowns, projections, and whatnot, and please record them clearly.
    Every 4 years the liberal - errr imean media - pollsters blather about how close the race is, etc and they're always about 8-15% off the mark, and always tilted towards - Surprise!! - the liberal candidate.
    And then reality stomps down on Election Day.
    Then, 4 years later, everybody forgets how badly off they were, and the public again puts unwarranted stock the these lib polls.
    Anybody remember the tight race of 1984? (Reagan landslide).
    How about those Clinton landslides in '92 and '96 (didn't get 50% of the vote).
    Remember when GWBush was going into Election Day '00 with 40-42% of the vote?

    So, please, record what you see today and the next, and pull it out and polish it off in 3-4 years, for a reference point.
    I've already been in the habit, and it's enlightening.

    W4W4W4W4W4W4W4W4 W 4 W 4 W 4 W 4 W 4 W 4!!!

    #  March 7th, 2005 6:48 PM      Converted_Comment
    Converted comment: Posted by: 02hawk796 at October 31, 2004 10:43 AM

    As long as I've already laid that out, I should add more.
    To make it even more interesting, denote the breakdowns from state-to-state, both for POTUS and the Senate race in that state. Later, you can compare results along with Voter Turnout results.

    Also, has anybody noticed how quiet the MainStreamMedia Wing of the Democrat Party has been regarding the loss of 2-10 of their U.S. Senators?
    I project a net gain of 8, for 59 GOP Senators come next Session. Not sure if we can really expect all 61. In a non-Presidential Election year we could do that.




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