Monday, November 03, 2008

Election Day

The formula for tomorrow is pretty simple: Vote, make sure your friends and family do too, and don't take the election coverage too seriously. Mark Steyn observes:
Exit polls skew Dem. In 2004, they overstated Kerry’s support by 5.5 points. Which doesn’t sound a lot. But, given that there were only ten states where the margin of victory was less than 5%, that was enough to make Kerry briefly appear the winner. The point of all the afternoon leakage is to depress turnout in the Florida panhandle and points west. Don’t fall for it.
Hugh Hewitt, in a similar vein:
Play the part of Charlie Brown if you like tomorrow and try and kick MSM Lucy's football, but the best advice is believe nothing until all the polls have closed and the real results are tallied.

It is an extremely close race in all of the key states.

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