Posts from November 2, 2004

Free marketing tip

Free marketing tip

: A smart marketer would buy all the Drudgereport ad inventory and take away his f’ing popunders.

The F word wins

The F word wins

: Comedy Central said it best:

GO F*CK YOUR SELF

Pat Leahy, Dick Cheney

Oh that pesky war

Oh that pesky war

: The AP exit polls say the war won Jersey for Kerry. And I thought it was Bruuuuuce.

Opposition to the Iraq war, and dismay over its course, helped John Kerry capture New Jersey’s 15 electoral votes, according to an Associated Press exit poll.

About half of those casting ballots in the state and nation Tuesday said they opposed the war, and the Massachusetts senator got nine in 10 of their votes in New Jersey, the poll found. A solid majority of New Jersey voters also thought that the Iraq war is going badly, and about four in five of them voted for Kerry.

However, terrorism was also an important issue in New Jersey, which lost nearly 700 residents in the Sept. 11 attacks. It was cited as the top issue for about one-fourth of state voters, and more than four in five of them chose President Bush.

At the same time, many Kerry supporters were lukewarm about the candidate: about 40 percent said their vote for president was mainly against his opponent, a feeling shared by just one in eight Bush voters.

And who says we’re atypical in New Jersey? Those sentiments will likely be reflected across the country.

The people speak

The people speak

: Check out MSNBC’s citizen journalist reports here.

Where have all the flowers gone?

Where have all the flowers gone?

: Kelly O’Donnell, the second-hottest redhead on NBC tonight, tells us that Kerry was relaxing more and playing his guitar. But what was he playing? THe people want to know.

The Electoral College football team

The Electoral College football team

: At Location One, there are some nice folks from other countries and they’ve been asking me what the hell this Electoral College thing is. I’m making it sound like it makes sense, doing my diplomatic best. And I’m telling them it will never go away. It used to be about slavery and confederation and state’s right. But now, of course, it’s all about campaign spending. It makes TV so much cheaper… for now. But once TV is no longer regional but directly addressable by anyone anywhere on the internet, that will change: Candidates will need to advertise to all the people again.

No swingers, us

No swingers, us

: Jersey goes Kerry. You’re welcome.

: Connecticut, Illinois, Mass, Maryland, Maine, DC, Deleware to Kerry.

: Tennessee, Alabama, Oklahoma to Bush.

Young Ohio speaks

Young Ohio speaks

: NBC shows its Ohio exit poll revealing that all age groups under 60 are going for Kerry. That’s making it look like Kerry, my rudimentary math would tell me.