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Bush leads North Carolina by 15 points

I've said it before, and as a transplanted Tarheel I'll say it again: North Carolina is not a swing state. It will remain safely in the Bush column.

This is further evidence that the Edwards pick was a strategic miscalculation. Kerry would have been much better served to write off the South and focus on battleground states elsewhere.

Anyway, the new poll numbers from USA Today show a 15-point Bush lead among likely voters in North Carolina.


Yeah, the Democrats fucked up. The time to think about the South was during the primaries, when they could have selected a candidate with more regional appeal. Once it was determined that Kerry was going to be their man, they should have just cut their losses.

Woo hoo!

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