That numerical split really puzzles me. The entrenched
emotional split doesn't puzzle me, but the number split does.
The only answer that anywhere near satisfies me is that both sides
used the same techniques, and had roughly the same number of base
volunteers. Each voluteer can drum up only so much support, so the
results would be roughly the same. Even thsat thinking doesn't
have me convinced. It is a puzzle.
Supposedly the determining factor at exit poles was VALUES.
Does one set of values numerical generate an equivalent
set of counter values? A strange kind of Jungian projection.
From: George Carless
To: [log in to unmask]
Sent: 2004-Nov-03 1:22 PM
Subject: Re: Today OT
> future; flee the country or fight. I am leaning to the former, how
> assocaite myself with the people of the United States who voted for
> moronic asshole into office not once but twice.
Fight. Running away from an issue never helped. And at least half of
the America that voted was on your side; those that did not vote, while
horribly irresponsible, were nonetheless not Bush supporters--merely
apathetic and disenfranchised.
George Carless ... [log in to unmask]
Words are just dust in deserts of sound