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[A] It has probably been archived.
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Beanblog.org will no longer be updated. All future blogs will go to beanblog.com. I am switching to blogger because Webcrimson is too unreliable. More deets here.
Sometimes people pose for pictures, then immediately regret it. They chase me around trying to steal my camera so they can delete it. They force me to sleep with my camera on my wrist burried under my pillow just to insure it's survival. In the end, they beg and plead that I don't post the picture online. Sometimes I agree not to post it. Sometimes I lie. (ps - click on it to see the full pic)
According to the realclearpolitics.com electoral vote watch, if the election was held today, Bush would win 276 to 262. That's with Bush barely getting FL (27 EVs, ahead by 1%) and Kerry barely getting OH (20 EVs, ahead by 0.3%). Besides those two, each state's leader currently holds more than a 1% lead in the polls, on average.
I thought Kerry wont the first debate, Cheney won the VP debate, Bush won the 2nd debate, and the 3rd debate was a draw. I call it a draw mainly because I just lost intrest in it. PS: Kerry is such a doosh.
Watched this debate Friday night with Stef and a few friends. We decided to take a queue from a fish and turn it into a drinking game. The rules were:
If Kerry says "I have a plan" - drink
If Bush says "Merika," "Terrism," or makes up any other word - drink
If either mention "Iraq" - drink
If either say "Shazam" - slam
There may have been more rules, but that "Iraq" one was enough to make the game hard to keep up with. Good times were had by all, including George Bush, who IMHO, whipped Kerry's ace. I was shocked at first when I saw that most major media networks reported a landslide victory for Kerry. To quote BD-LongStroke (RIP) "Ri-god-damn-diculous." I guess I shouldn't be suprised, though, they think the Dems have won all 3 - hell, they still think Gore won in 2000.
I think it's obvious that Cheney won the debate last night, so I wont slather you with details. I just want to focus on my favorite part.
After referring to Senator John Edwards' record in the senate as undistinguished and exposing how FEW votes he actually participated in, Dick finished him off with this:
"Now, in my capacity as vice president, I am the president of Senate, the presiding officer. I'm up in the Senate most Tuesdays when they're in session. The first time I ever met you was when you walked on the stage tonight."
I swear I thought I saw a few beads of sweat well up on John's forehead. And why the hell did he keep sticking his tongue out?
On Feb. 1, 2001, the vice president thanked Edwards by name at a Senate prayer breakfast and sat beside him during the event.
On April 8, 2001, Cheney and Edwards shook hands when they met off-camera during a taping of NBC's "Meet the Press," moderator Tim Russert said Wednesday on "Today."
On Jan. 8, 2003, the two met when the first-term North Carolina senator accompanied Elizabeth Dole to her swearing-in by Cheney as a North Carolina senator, Edwards aides also said.
What?! So they attended a few functions together? So they were interviewed on the same television show? The point that Dick Cheney was making was that John Edwards has a horrible attendance record in the Senate and obviously has priorities above and beyond serving the American people as an elected official.