From CNN Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider
(CNN) - It's no surprise CNN has called Vermont for Barack Obama and Kentucky for John McCain. A look at the exit polls shows that both men won nearly every demographic across the board. These two states could not be more different!
I think Javian need to read the label: no more than 6 capsules in a 24 hour period.
remeber when mccain won in iowa?
Wow, I had a certain uneasiness in my gut that the media again was too liberal in its coverage. I am already sensing that Obama is just not getting the votes that everyone said he would be receiving. Even though I live in upstate NY and voted for Obama, I will never listen to your newscasts or those of other political pundits who kept saying that Obama was ahead in all the polls and such. Well, enough ranting and overblogging. Thanks for listening, Derrick
Jeremy you should get a grip!!!!!!!
Seeing that I was raised in Kentucky, I cannot believe that you would call the entire state of Vermont illiterate...
Thank you for stereotyping...
KY is a red state, come on!! We new it was..dont go pulling that mess Javian....stay on the high road.
I certainly hope sandee in Portland gets to visit Kentucky sometime to educate herself on the deplorable, reductionistic nonsense she espoused in the first post. It is offensive and not at all what I would expect from an educated, erodite person from Portland.
Yeah, one state is full of normal people, and the other is fulle of pot-smoking hippies that elected Bernie Sanders, a socialist, to the senate. Hard to figure out which way Vermont was going to go...
Cheating???OMG please.....One word for this guy...ACORN
Its going to be awesome to wipe that smirk off the "mavericks" face in about 4hrs
I think the biggest Issue in this presidential race isn't the Economy, rather, Is America ready for a Black President.
Only time will tell.
Sandee...I think you're being to hard on those folks up in Vermont. Even though they are liberal, I think they can read a little bit.
It's still early. McCain will take the south and midwest. Obama should take most of the east and west. It's who gets to 270 first.
Obama simply isn't going to win many southern states. Nor is McCain going to win many northeastern states. No story here.
yeah, I'm from Vermont. I'd like to think I'm educated. something about a global recession, a well conducted war, and this patriot act restoring all our basic freedoms is just too tempting though. Ignorance is like a drug, the more you have, the more you want. I NEED republicans to think for me....we all do.....shame on VT. Go Kentucky! The bourbon whisky really helps with your judgement!
Hmmm, sandee in Portland, I'm a Kentuckian with a Doctorate. Hardly uneducated. Have you ever even been to this state? Nice, real nice.
This is exactly why the electoral college needs to go. The number of popular votes don't match the electoral college.
My guess is that the uneducated ones are in Portland, huh Sandee?
Don't generalize, people. There are Obama supporters in KY, just not enough unfortunately. It's cool.
>One state has educated people and one state has illiterate people. Can you guess which one?
Obviously Kentucky has the educated, literate, common-sense population. That's why they voted against the person that wants to take your property and your liberty away from you and give it to someone else.
Hey I am not illiterate and I live in Florida! LOL
One has conservative people and the other has liberal people.
As a long time Vermont resident currently living in the Midwest - I have to say - I love Vermont and can always count on them to vote thoughtfully and intelligently.
Hey, that's eastern Kentucky. And look at how narrowly Obama lost. Considering Kentucky's background, I'd say we're making progress.
This election is a clear choice, if Obama doesn't win this country has been stolen from its people.