car·riage re·turn

n. the lever or mechanism on a typewriter that would cause the cylinder on which the paper was held (the carriage) to return to the left margin of the page



Indiana breaks for Obama,according to MSNBC. This is the first time Indiana has been won by a Democrat since 1964.

The tally is now 349-159.

Oh Freedom,Over Me

Via Taegan Goddard:

With Sen. Barack Obama on the brink of becoming the 44th President of the United States,it’s interesting to note that the first 16 presidents [sic] could have legally owned Obama as a slave.

To which I add:

Virginia was home to the capital of the Confederate States of America from Read on…


Another update from Minnesota Public Radio,with 75.7% of precincts reporting:

Norm Coleman –42.2% Al Franken –41.5% Dean Barkley –15.4%

With the Senate currently standing at 56-40 in favor of the Democrats,MSNBC rates the other races outstanding:

Georgia (95% reporting) –Chambliss (R)* –52% –Martin (D) –Read on…

I See a Red State and I Want it Painted Blue

States that were red in 2004 that are now blue:

Virginia (13) Ohio (20) Iowa (7) Colorado (9) New Mexico (5) Nevada (5) Florida (27)

Four more remain:

Indiana (11) North Carolina (15) Missouri (11) Montana (3)

Obama is currently leading in Indiana (50% to 49%,99% of precincts reporting) and Montana (49% to 48%,Read on…

A Change Has Come

Ladies and Gentlemen,the 44th President of the United States: