significance of the Republican base being "energized" by Palin? Does an energized vote count as, like, two votes, or what? Does being energized mean they're going to apply more physical pressure on the ballot stylus than they normally would? And that the resultant larger hole will somehow be worth more than a relatively small Democratic hole? An odd concept, I must say.
Matt, A Relatively Small Democratic Hole
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