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XXXXX DRUDGE REPORT XXXXX TUE MARCH 07 2000 19:52:28 ET XXXXX
BUSH TOPS EXIT POLLS; MCCAIN RULES OUT THIRD PARTY RUN
Texas Govenor George Bush wins big in exit polls on Tuesday, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned.
McCain only winning in 3 states VT by 20% CT 12% MA 30% RI - Dead Heat
Bush ahead everywhere else NY by 9% CA 16%[GOP] CA 3% [OPEN] GA 38% MO 21% MD 30% OH 28%
-- (email@example.com), March 07, 2000
Independents such as myself, who preferred McCain over anyone else, will cause George W. to rue the day he decided to go along with a miserable lying campaign. I don't like Al Gore one little bit, but I'll vote for him over letting Bush get to be President by the means he has chosen.
-- Peter Errington (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 07, 2000.
They *alllllll* stink.
-- (email@example.com), March 07, 2000.
Peter, I have personal reasons for never voting for any Bush, but even aside from that, I don't think George W. will ever become president.
If nothing else, his excessive spending will come back to haunt him. The party can't keep it up at this rate, I think he is already beginning to suck money from the congressional races. What benefit to spend all your money on the White House (and probably lose) while losing Congress as well? And how much can you spend without a public backlash against the idea the presidency is for sale?
Plus, he seems to have a lot of baggage from his past. The Clinton haters will come to rue the day they made a big deal out of Clinton only wanting a physical from his own doctor, since George W. was removed from flight duty in the Guard because he would not take a flight physical from anyone except his own doctor. One is President, and would presumably be able to choose his own doctor, the other is in the military, and is supposed to follow orders. Awful lot of stuff like that.
I don't think George could win under any likely circumstance.
-- Paul Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 07, 2000.
Well I won't vote for Mccain his temper is to much. I like Keyes and he is has my vote. Never Never would I vote for Vore. Whoknow what he is really for.
-- ET (email@example.com), March 08, 2000.
Given the current realities, the best we can hope for is a Bush/Keyes ticket.
-- Charles Underwood Farley (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 08, 2000.