Grant President Bush his due. He's the first president since his father to win the office with a majority of the popular vote. President Clinton, who ran twice in three-way races, came very close (49.2%) in 1996, but never did.
Yet I'm interested in collecting a list of the most ludicrous over
statements of the scope of the president's victory.
The president himself made a good start of it
by calling his win a "broad nationwide victory."
So far the best I've come up with is from is from investment advice columnist Donald Luskin who says that President Bush won reelection in a "landslide
Have any other good ones? Drop me a line and let me know.