That’s my prediction. Bush holds Ohio and Florida. Picks up NM and IA. NH, overrun by Massachusetts libs who can talk a good game about the need for higher taxes but can’t back it up by paying them, flips to Kerry. I wouldn’t be entirely surprised, however, if I’m wrong on Wisconsin, which I currently have as a Dem hold. Actually, I wouldn’t be entirely surprised if I am wrong on the entire damnable enterprise, since I rarely get these things right. I was just hoping I could have something else to laugh at NRO editors about (in addition to the Red Sox Series win), so I am taking a free shot.
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