Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Now let's clasp hands and sing "Kumbaya"

Senator Kerry was suitably gracious — and surprisingly emotional — during his concession speech today. The President likewise was appropriately welcoming and inclusive in his victory announcement. Candidates post-election always play the kiss-and-make-up card.

Just once, I'd love to see the losing candidate get up and just lambaste the electorate:
"What's wrong with you people? Can't you see that guy's nuts? He's a moron, for heaven's sake. He's screwed up everything he's touched these past four years. What are you, masochists?"
And then the winner could follow up with:
"I'm glad to see you all showed some class and voted for me instead of that whining loser. He'd have sent the country straight to hell in a handbasket, that commie God-hating wacko freak."
It wouldn't be pretty. But it would be fun. And honest.

Because you know that's exactly what Kerry and Bush were thinking as they spoke today.

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