Bush Landslide?

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    I haven't thought so, but I know some of the younger guys have. Well, now you have some company!

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/ideas_opinions/story/218595p-188030c.html

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    Have faith Kathianne. Just the fact that Bush is close to Kerry in several states that should easily be his is spelling out that this will be a landslide. add that with the fact that Kerry's convention actually energized the Republican base rather than the Democrats, that any energizing the Democrats did have is going to be killed by the Olympics, that the Republicans are going to get a huge boost from speakers like Guilani, McCain, Arnold, and of course the President and Vice President during the convention. And this is going to be further in the bag once the debates start. Ive seen John kerry debate the other Democrats, he has nothing. Its going to be a blow out. I dont see Kerry winning many states outside New England if even that many there.
     
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    Hopefully the debates are more than just Kerry and Bush. Kerry is so boring and Bush and Kerry agree on far to much to even call it a 'debate'.

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    Only likely to happen if another canidate is polling more than 10 percent nationally.
     
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    Electorally, I see Bush getting 300+ votes easily.

    The popular vote I think will be in the neighborhood of 52-47 Bush, with 5% going to third parties.
     

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