The Proud Duck

Thoughts on policy, history, faith, baseball when I get around to it, waterfowl, and life in general by a junior attorney who'd much rather have Jonah Goldberg's job. Or possibly Darin Erstad's.

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Monday, October 25, 2004
So Elizabeth Edwards says there won't be post-election riots "if we win."

Columbia's Todd Gitlin says "I would not be surprised to see outbursts of political violence the likes of which we haven't seen since the Weather Underground of the 1970s" in the event of a Bush victory.

Republican campaign headquarters are being vandalized, stormed, shot up, and burglarized across the country on almost a weekly basis. (I'm waiting for some heads-up Democrat to direct me to reports of Democratic offices getting the same treatment; given that "everyone does it" seems to be their standard response to charges of election fraud, the only explanation for their not making that tu quoque argument here is that they can't.)

New left-liberal motto: "Terrorists: If you can't beat 'em, join 'em!"


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