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    Voting

    Went to the polls at 8:30 this morning. Turnout seemed heavy, but it is hard to tell since this is my first time voting in No. Va. I was voter 901. Kerry and Bush forces out strong in front of the polling place: a school. They offered coffee, muffins,…
    Locker Room contributor, November 2, 2004
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    OBL and economic illiteracy

    A great line from one of the posters at InstaPundit about Osama bin Laden?s odd suggestion, in his Kerry endorsement last weekend, that the Islamists are destroying America?s economy through military expenditures: Iraq and Afghanistan together have cost us less than $300 billion, including the money Bush is going…
    Locker Room contributor, November 2, 2004
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    Re: “November” Surprise watch

    Jon, This reminds me of who’s been on the campaign trail for/with the two candidates: For Kerry: Jerry Springer, the Boss, Michael Moore, and Jon Bon Jovi For Bush: Rudy Giuliani, Tommy Franks, Zell Miller, Bob Dole, and Arnold. Below: Voting California Style (actually Venice Beach). Sigh.
    Locker Room contributor, November 1, 2004
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    Re: “November” Surprise watch

    *Ring ring* Hello, did you know that Gen. “Stormin'” Norman Schwarzkopf has endorsed Senator Kerry? Too bad for Kerry that the general caught wind of it: “The Democratic National Committee is making fraudulent phone calls claiming that I have endorsed Senator Kerry. Nothing could be further from the…
    Locker Room contributor, November 1, 2004
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    Mainstream media confused by “counterintuitive” crime stats

    We’ve noted here in the Locker Room previous examples of reporters writing in confusion how incarceration is up while crime rates are down (here’s one). Prisons cause crime, apparently ? otherwise, why the confusion? More criminals off the streets mean less crime. There’s something else in mainstream-mediathink that…
    Locker Room contributor, November 1, 2004
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    Kerry (again)

    An October blog linked to another story on Kerry’s Navy discharge status.
    Locker Room contributor, November 1, 2004
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    I’m Optimistic…

    and it looks like I am in good company. On another note: I do not understand why people take Zogby seriously. His polls are unscientific. In other words his methodology in terms of his sample is not based on randomness. The scientific community rebukes such subpar practices and so…
    Locker Room contributor, November 1, 2004
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    Here we go again

    Once more, from the top: “Censorship” is a government action. “Product selection” is a business decision. Although they may be powerful in their own way, Wal-Mart falls into the latter category, and therefore can’t be accused of the former action. Hasn’t this been discussed already?…
    Locker Room contributor, November 1, 2004