Thursday, May 08, 2008

Another loser foresees Republican victory

Earlier today, I pointed out a group of republican losers (and I mean that in the literal, guys-who-actually-lost sense and not entirely in the simply pejorative sense) who think they have the ability to tell their fellow righties how to win some elections.

Here's another:
My analysis of individual state polls shows that today Mr. McCain would win 241 Electoral College votes to Mr. Obama's 217, with 80 votes in toss-up states where neither candidate has more than a 3% lead. Ironically, Mrs. Clinton now leads Mr. McCain with 251 electoral votes to his 203 with 84 in toss-up states. This is the first time she's led Mr. McCain since I began tracking state-by-state results in early March.
Ladies and gentlemen, that is Karl F-ing Rove, who argued--a week before the 2006 election--that he could mathematically prove Republicans would win the House and Senate. "You may end up with a different math," he said, "but you're entitled to your math and I'm entitled to the math."

Poor Karl, thinking there's many types of math.

But at least he did kill the Myth of the Liberal Media.


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