>H arvey wrote:
>This election is so close with so many irregularities, that neither side is
>going to agree that the other side one.
You got that right.
At first I was a bit frustrated by the unrelieved tension, but now I'm
beginning to be pleased by what is rapidly becoming a very entertaining
stranger-than-fiction real life opera. What's particularly nifty is that
the election itself was boring: the battle of the mediocritoids: the
insider's insider wooden Pinnochio vs the son of the insider's insider
born-on-second-base-thinks-he-scored-a-triple shrub man. But now, the
whole sheebang has gone hangfire into overtime. Although the ending will
be predictably anti-climactic, the surprise pre-ending promises a worthy
What I really savor is the fantasy prospect of four more years of Bubba,
hangin' in there as only Bubba knows how, takin' care of business,
shuttling back and forth between NY and DC, checking out the staff babes in
Hillary's office, while the D's & R's battle relentlessly through an
interminable series of legal maneuvers and negotiations and appeals and god
knows what all. Talk about your pig in shit.
America! What a country!
Hey, Harvey. You're down there in Ft. Lauderdale, right? What's the buzz
on this fiasco up close and personal?
Best, Jeff Davis
"Everything's hard till you know how to do it."
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