And (surprisingly, perhaps) still no surprise.
FAUX News is quoting a WSJ poll saying the gap is narrowing. Does the surprise come when the election results are tallied?
Or did the fat cats in the corporate boxes long ago decide to cut their losses and let their B team win for a while?
Right now, early morning USA time, the intertubes seem strangely quiet. I think everyone is wrecked.
I know I am, and the world is. Just six percent of Australians think that eight years of Bush has been good for the world. I wonder what their average income is, or their average IQ?
Perhaps I should have more to say right now, and perhaps I will have something to say later. But right now, the early morning silence seems as delightfully pleasant as the late evening quiet here in Australia. Peace is a beautiful thing.
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