Dismissing this election's hyperbole

A forum at the University of Nebraska at Omaha dismissed the MSM tripe about this being the nastiest election in the history of the nation. Or even in recent memory.

Some speakers argued that the country was not divided into Blue States/Red States:
If you look closely at the map, she said, it will show that states are not entirely red or blue.

In many of the states, the vote was closely divided between President Bush and Kerry. And, in many of the states, counties can be divided between red and blue.

"We're not really blue or red, we're purple," Pickering said.
The Artist who May or May Not Be Known as Prince ought to love that one.



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