2008-11-03 How McCain Could Win

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Here's an ugly little secret about American democracy: We don't count all the votes. In 2004, based on the data from the US Elections Assistance Commission, 3,006,080 votes were not counted: "spoiled," unreadable and blank ballots; "provisional" ballots rejected; mail-in ballots disqualified.

This Tuesday, it will be worse. Much worse.

This is depressing, and all-too-plausible... and the republicans will probably view it as entirely ethical, if things transpire as described. We'll know within two days if the nightmare is going to be real or not.