Tuesday, November 4, 2008


Thank. God.

It's almost over. A vote today and then a chance to sit back and watch the results. Whatever happens, it will be done, and that - in itself - is a victory.

The only question now is whether or not the polls were right. The likely voter models do not adjust for youth, so Barack Obama can have a very good turnout, but they also do not include the rigged election vote, which has always been notoriously anti-Democrat, so they should even each other out. I still expect 70% of the undecided voters to go to McCain, because I believe they are likely Republican leaning independents that needed an excuse to vote for McCain, never got one, claim to be undecided independents and will ultimately just vote for him in the voting booth. But that should not be enough to win McCain the election unless the rigged election vote gets a record turnout.

We'll see what happens. At any rate, tomorrow there will be drinking.


Jazzy said...

I could not agree more. Heading to an election party tonight and I really really want to do the cha cha slide so I hope I have a good reason.

But in case I don't as the saying goes it's noon somewhere

Librocrat said...

I stole this image off of a "Jews for Jesus" website. It may be the only thing they've ever done that I approve of.

But yes, it is over. And the best way imaginable.