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Rope A Dope?

Is the Dean campaign engaged in a rope a dope maneuver today? They're certainly setting the expectation of 'also ran' status. Whether this is spin or strategy doesn't much mater - what matters is how heavy the media momentum for Kerry is heading into Wisconsin and Michigan where Dean expects to make his stand. Lieberman is alreay toast, and tonight either Edwards of Clark will probably fall by the wayside.

In semi-related new Sean Hackbarth has the latest edition of the Dean tracking Duck Hunt up for you amusement.

Update: I almost forgot... You can track the 2004 election status state by state (were elections to occur today) at Election Project. It's an interesting concept, do read the methodology.


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