"I feel dazed and stunned," said Margot, a 25-year-old UCLA law student as she stared at the TV showing John Kerry slipping 136,000 votes behind George W.
Tracy Pierce didn't get to vote. She'd been registered for years but had moved and didn't know that this affected her voting status. She wasn't on any voter list that could be found.
Disillusionment is the most painful of emotions.
It's another four years--this time with a legitimate win behind him--and the prospects for George W. Bush's second term are grim.
The fight is over.
Let the fight begin.
"Why Is He Losing?" was the title I initially gave my last column here two weeks ago, and my Nation editor, Roane Carey, worried that this was maybe too pessimistic, amid supposed portents
"I want to cast my vote in favor of the United Nations."
But corporate America isn't buying.
Even though we've lived with it for more than thirty years now, it's hard not to marvel at the effectiveness of the right's campaign to intimidate, cajole and complain their way into favorable tr