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Election 2004: Bush Still Deciding On Margin of Victory

By Dan Geddes

WASHINGTON. With paperless touch screen voting machines such as Dieboldís safely in place in many states, the Bush campís biggest decision for this November is determining their margin of victory. According to one unnamed administration source: "At some meetings Karl Rove gave PowerPoint presentations weighing the pros and cons of a Bush landslide." Despite official public opinion polls showing a close November election, the Bush camp has access to the real polling data, showing support for Bush hovering near a mere 30%. "Itís only a question of how much we push our luck," explained one Rove PowerPoint slide, according to our source.