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To: MKTBUZZ who started this subject11/11/2000 9:09:04 PM
From: voyagers_stocktips
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Palm Beach Poll Worker Describes Pro-Gore Election Fraud

A Democratic state senator had voters in Palm Beach County, Fla., instructed on how to cast their ballots for Vice President Al Gore, a poll worker has revealed to NBC News.

On Wednesday, Palm Beach County poll worker Bernice Epstein told the network's Greg Jarrett that Senator Ron Klein had her steer votes to Gore.

"Ron Klein, our state senator, came to me and told me that when we give out these palm cards, give them out to people, I should tell people that they must be very careful to punch Number 5 [for Gore] because the arrows were misleading," said Epstein.

"And when they came out, they thanked me," the poll worker added. "They told me that it was definitely a problem and it would have been."

Apparently concerned that the poll worker had inadvertently revealed pro-Gore vote fraud, Jarrett tried to steer Epstein back on course.

"You didn't just tell people to punch Number 5," the reporter interjected. "I mean, you were telling people that 5 corresponds to Gore and that other numbers correspond with other candidates."

But Epstein didn't seem to get the message, telling Jarrett next, "These people took my palm cards which the political action committee put out."

Epstein's account was first broadcast on MSNBC and later picked up by talk radio's Rush Limbaugh, but has been ignored by journalists who have been doggedly pursuing other allegations of voting irregularities that would help Gore.

The audio of Epstein's comments to NBC is available on Limbaugh's Web site, rushlimbaugh.com.



newsmax.com

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To: lexi2004 who wrote (70520)11/11/2000 9:09:28 PM
From: jlallen
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LOL!! You might pass your little sermon along to bigsablepoint, swisstrader, etc. I haven't seen any expressions of great concern from you over their "generalities" and personal attacks. JLA

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To: Machaon who wrote (70685)11/11/2000 9:11:32 PM
From: voyagers_stocktips
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I screwed up, meant to say, if there were to do a revote, that EVERYONE who was registered to Vote as of November 7th, and that the WHOLE country should be allowed to (re)Vote in an Run off Election between the two.

JMHO, FWIW ....

Voyager

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To: Machaon who wrote (70604)11/11/2000 9:12:12 PM
From: PROLIFE
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hi sissy.

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To: Don Hurst who wrote (70723)11/11/2000 9:12:52 PM
From: KyrosL
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Don, thanks for the compliments. I doubt Daley would want me -- besides, I am happily retired :-) I actually voted for Bush -- somewhat reluctantly. Of course, based on his behavior so far, I regret my vote. By the way, I strongly doubt that Gore will make a good president, but my prediction is that Gore will be our next president.

Kyros

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To: jlallen who wrote (70731)11/11/2000 9:14:49 PM
From: Trio
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Good evening: Has anyone heard the definition of "significant" regarding how many hand counted ballots it takes to re-count ALL the votes?

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To: lexi2004 who wrote (70520)11/11/2000 9:15:02 PM
From: Lazarus_Long
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Doribee,
You cannot see where the bureaucracy and attitudes the NEA promotes have a great deal to do with the problems of the American educational system? Surely it must at some time occurred to you that there are connections here.

The NEA staunchly opposes merit pay for teachers. Why?
Because a boss might prefer one teacher over another? In most other occupations, merit pay is considered normal and yes, favoritism does occur, but the nation and the economy do nicely anyway, thank you.

The NEA mainly seems good at promoting spending on education. In my lifetime, the educational budget has skyrocketed upwards. And the quality of that education has plummeted. If there is any correlation here, it is negative.

Here in California we had a vouchers initiative on the ballot, which unfortunately lost. I voted for it. What the public schools needs most is some string competition that threatens them with extinction. Or maybe finishes the job. Then they will either get better or they will die.

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To: James R. Barrett who wrote (70720)11/11/2000 9:15:02 PM
From: HighTech
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There are a lot of union members that are thugs who try and terrorize those who disagree with them. Many are animals especially when they destroy other people's property when on the picket line.

Hitech

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To: Proud_Infidel who wrote (70724)11/11/2000 9:15:46 PM
From: Don Hurst
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Interesting letter.... Brings back memories... I once wrote one like yours with very similar messages to Trent Lott, Newt Gingrich and Tom Delay to urge them to stop the folly of impeaching the president for the good of the country.

I think I single handedly got them to press on. Is that what you are trying to do?

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To: KyrosL who wrote (70719)11/11/2000 9:19:02 PM
From: jlallen
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In other words I was correct, the Gore camp had proxies file eight lawsuits. And don't count out the Bush lawsuit. All Bush's lawyers have to do is play the tape of the PBC election official explaining how to count chads and they win. JLA

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