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The Suspense Is Killing Us

L.A. Times May Break Tradition, Make Choice for President.

God help John Kerry if he can't nail down Michael Kinsley's endorsement...

Comments (3)

Liberals may be seeing the ... (Below threshold)

Liberals may be seeing the election more clearly now:
1) Having the potential of the two "lugnuts" (Kerry/Ewards) win & after 4 years, totally kill the Dems chances for many years thereafter?
2) Give up hope on the "lugnuts" and have the opportunity to pound Bush for another 4 years until the "second coming" (Hillary) can come & save the day.
If I were a 'lib" the 2nd option has to look the most appealing

Tradition....of WHAT?... (Below threshold)

Tradition....of WHAT?
I gotta tell you, birds refuse to shit downward onto the paper anymore.
They shit sideways.
The la la times is going to what?
Pure farce.
And....who gives a flying shit.

There's always the possibil... (Below threshold)

There's always the possibility they select Ralph Nader.






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