The Corner

I Told You So.

It’s only a matter of time before Florida, where Bush has nearly a 320,000 vote lead with 97 percent reported, is all but done. Ohio will take a while, but I’m still in the “Bush win” camp there. Bush has more than 100,000 vote lead and Kerry would have to post some big numbers in remaining precincts in Cuyahoga and other city areas. Susan Estrich is trying to patch together a desparate solution in Ohio on Fox right now. While it will likely tighten, it’s a long haul. And she’s making the “lawyers” argument in Florida, but 300,000 votes is a lot of votes for lawyers to make up. So can we official declare today’s exit polls as useless now?

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