22 October 2004

Declare Victory and Leave the Field

Much like Scary John Kerrys likely policy in Iraq, he and the ghouls at his campaign are up to no good, regarding the upcoming election. I sincerely hope I am wrong about this, and if W pulls out just a few percentage points this scenario becomes all the more unlikely, but...
I think Heinz-Kerry and MSM are just going to declare victory Tuesday night 02NOV04 (regardless of the actual results). Thus putting Bush in the untenable position of having to prove a negative (ie Kerry did not win) and I really, really think W's people should be out spinning 2 points right now.

1. Call Heinz-Kerry on all these lawyers he is hiring. Tag him with the GORE-LOSER label...the perception now is largely linked to AlGore because after conceding the 2000 race he calls back and recants, thus making him the sore loser.

Heinz-Kerry understands this and also understands one of the fundamentals of debate and, I think, wants to apply it here. That is that; the one arguing to change the status quo has the burden of proof. If he and the MSM just proclaim victory, Bush has to argue against the "status quo" in this case that Kerry won because "everybody says so". I know this may sound far-fetched, but I put NOTHING past these people.

2. The W team also needs to be in every public forum available insisting on the constitutional process for resolving disputed elections, which is to say the US House of Representatives. Denny Hastert, and Tom Delay need to have their plan in place to quickly dispatch this nonsense. Letting this drag on the way it did in 2000 will seriously endanger our troops and the security of the homeland.

Again; this is from an ealier post, but it is very telling...

Look at this from the most recent article by Jonah Goldberg .

On October 21, The Associated Press reported: "Sen. John Kerry, bracing for a potential fight over election results, will not hesitate to declare victory Nov. 2 and defend it, advisers say. He also will be prepared to name a national security team before knowing whether he's secured the presidency."

The prior Sunday, Eric Holder, a member of the Democrats' "Election Task Force," told Chris Wallace of "Fox News Sunday," "If every vote is allowed to be cast, and if every vote is counted, John Kerry will be president within a day of that election.

"Wallace chuckled at what he thought was so much partisan bravado. "Well, I don't know how you can guarantee that," he said."You heard it right here," Holder responded coldly. "If every vote is allowed to be cast and every vote is counted, John Kerry will be president."

I recently saw another Heinz-Kerry operative flatly declare that they were going to take PA, one way or another.

Read more on this topic here . -SpinDaddy