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March 5, 2004
Independent: Kerry More Popular Where People Can't Vote

The Commissar at the Politburo Diktat links to an insipid article in yesterday's Independent that begins with this statement:

If the human race as a whole, rather than 50 states plus the District of Colombia, could cast a ballot this coming November, John Kerry would surely win the presidency by a landslide.

Unfortunately for President Bush-haters around the world, only the 200 million United States citizens of voting age will have that right - and the outcome is anything but sure.

As I responded in the Commissar's comments, if the human race as a whole could cast a vote, we wouldn't need George Bush in the White House. Until that time, we can't afford John Kerry.

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Posted by Ed Morrissey at March 5, 2004 12:29 PM

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