Sunday, February 26, 2006
In an undoubtedly sinister move by Karl Rove, US elections will still be held the first Tuesday in November.
RENO, Nev. (AP) - Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid said Friday that if midterm elections were held today Democrats would win the five seats they need to draw even in the Senate, due largely to the Bush administration's "general incompetence" at home and abroad.
Isn't it funny how Democrats always claim they would win the next election if only they could change it's date? Now it's possible that Senator Reid has a point, not likely but possible. The problem with his theory is that the elections will still be held November 7th and the candidates will have real names by then. See in you in the Fall, Harry!