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The Weblog at The View from the Core - Thu. 01/03/08 10:24:48 PM

Yippee! Yahoo! It's Over! At Last!

Finally, the American people have voted.

It's all over! The endless months of small-minded media mind-games; the bickering over which wacko politico really has the larger 1-digit percentage in yesterday's dozen polls of 175 people with +/- 10-percentage-point margin-of-error; the turn-your-brain-inside-out suspicions that the last "gaffe" was actually a devious ploy to get people off the scent of the campaign's real strategy (or wasn't it?); the punditocracy poorly disguising poor guesses as "predictions" and personal political preferences as "analysis"; the ....

Oh... what's that you say? It's... just... starting?

Good grief.

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Thu. 01/03/08 10:24:48 PM
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