Discussion in 'Congress' started by The Paperboy, Nov 5, 2008.
Bush 2004: 62,040,610
Obama 2008: 62,926,158...
Have you noted yet, that Obama didn't win because of a huge BLACK voter turnout?
That is, I think, a rather remarkable outcome.
I assumed that the Blacks would be out with bells on to vote for Obama, but apparently that didn't happen.
There has been a sea change in the American zietgiest in the last four years, folks.
Another brilliant post... who's the moron? You voted for Obama didn't you?
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Dude, there not even done counting and he already has more popular vote than Bush.
well I guess if Bush had a "mandate" with his totals then Obama must have a mandate huh?
wow, man, that's totally, like, awesome.
Okay, I deleted that post because I realized I was wrong, my fault for trying to be a hot shot. Still though, they are not done counting in many states. Colorado, Nevada, california,.....shoot oregon and washington are only halfway counted. This final tally is far from over.
Still cheerleading for Bush??
Dude, they're not done counting yet, and there are several million provisional ballots that will never be counted.
I was just surprised that the popular vote totals were in the same ballpark. Nothing more, nothing less.
The REALLY BIZARRE thing is that that is how I remember it (very clearly!) too.
I clearly remember it being 52mil-49mil and the first time an election broke 100 mil.
I'm going to google more. Something is weird. Probably my memory, but I really remember it the way vintij does.
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