In the last US election in 2000, there was "outrage" by the Democrats and their supporters that President Bush had not won the popular vote, yet won the Electoral College. In fact, some went so far as to deny the legitimacy of the Bush Presidency due to this anomaly. Yet, here we are in 2004, President Bush has won a convincing majority of the popular vote and most likely has won the required 270 Electoral College votes. So, if we follow the Democratic logic of 2000, why isn't Senator Kerry conceding defeat? After all, he has been trounced in the popular vote category. That said, it remains to be seen what the exact outcome of the final vote count in Ohio is, but it certainly doesn't look good for Senator Kerry. It would appear that the American people have decided that their choice for President will not be influenced by actors, rock stars and foreigners.