you get at 2 am:
Hey, thanks so much for staying up late and keeping these reports coming.
I’m watching the election from Nanjing, China (where, of course, it is the middle of the day), and because of assorted internet screening techniques, I can’t get most of the major US news outlets’ webpages on my computer.
National Review (thank goodness), is no problem.
Incidentally, every Nanjing taxi driver I’ve talked to in the last two weeks was hoping for Bush. They knew what to expect with him, and Powell made that nice, strong statement on Taiwan recently. My absentee Bush vote did not break the tide in Minnesota, but such is life.
Derb: How is it we are not blocked in China?