Thursday, November 04, 2004
Election Recap: Basking in the Vast Republican Victories!
Bush first enjoys his victory lap with the press (TRANSCRIPT)
Stock Market continues roaring its approval. (DOW + 178, NASDAQ +19, S&P + 19); Bush Victory assures drug stocks
WT: Bush's victory comforts troops
Peggy Noonan returns: So Much to Savor - A big win for America, and a loss for the mainstream media.
Robert Novak: Democratic disaster
Newsweek: Bush's Inner Circle and (Fineman) A Sweet Victory ... And a Tough Loss
Mark Steyn: Bush Hatred Flops Big and A catastrophic night for the Democrats
Post mortems forthcoming from the NYT revealing how the major networks coordinated with the Kerry campaign in refusing to award Ohio and other states to Bush to retain their illusion that Kerry was winning.
TNR: Liberals Eventually Despair (must read)
NYT Stunned Democrats Look to the Internal Debate Ahead
NY Daily News: Dish on campaign trail follies, Bitter pill for plenty in the city and Devastating day for Democrats - They're in no mood to play nice on Hill
Michelle Malkin on Turnout Delusions
Filmmaker Moore quiet; Kerry backers heartbroken (he, he, he) + Film-maker Moore silenced as credits roll on a fair fight (he, he, he, he, he)
SF Chronicle: OPPOSITION Lefties reeling
NY Sun: It's a Dismal Day for Bush-Haters
WSJ: How Insiders Were Fooled - Bloggers Leaked Secret Data Giving Kerry an Early Lead, But Networks Honored Rules
Seattle Times: How did exit polls start avalanche of inaccuracy?
From the other side of the pond: Polls are load of ballots
Aussie Perspective: A Moral Victory
Kerry Daughters leave no doubt as to their total classlessness.
George Will: Refusal to accept reality sank Dems
John Podhoretz: How W Won
Fred Barnes: Act Two: Keys to a successful second term.
Bill Krystol: Misunderestimated: The hair-pullers and teeth-gnashers won't like it, of course, but we're nevertheless inclined to call this a Mandate.
Hugh Hewitt: The End of the Sixties: More than a win for conservatism, Bush's victory marks the end, finally, of the '60's
Dick Morris: Those faulty exit polls were sabotage and HISPANIC VOTE KEY
American Spectator on Tuesday's Dirty Numbers and NY Daily News notes Exit polls out of whack - Early numbers told wrong story
SD/UT: Bush voters take wrath of Sore Loserman II Kerry supporters.
Jeff Jacoby: Big loss for the Bush haters
BBC: How gloom descended on Kerry's bid
NYP: VOTE SALUTES A LOST SON OF 9/11
Hollywood Tanks at the Polls and Kerry's stars failed to shine
Richmond Times Dispatch: Allen tops expectation of GOP Senate gains
RatherBiased, MRC and Stephen Hayes with highlights of Dan Rather's coverage & reality breakdown and WP notes FNC gain
David Letterman's Top Ten and other one-liners