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To: Neocon who wrote (150763)11/3/2004 7:12:57 AM
From: jlallen
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Although things are still up in the air.....it does not have that feeling of chaos and anarchy that was evident last time around....

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To: jlallen who wrote (150766)11/3/2004 7:25:32 AM
From: Keith Feral
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Bush has leads in all 3 states - NM, IA, and OH. He has a 2 point lead over Gore(I mean Kerry) in Ohio with a 140,000 vote lead. This is not contestable. Are the Democrats going to ingore the irrefutable facts and tie this thing up in court again? If they do, they will not have a shot at the Presidency for a very long time.

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To: Keith Feral who wrote (150767)11/3/2004 7:47:15 AM
From: jlallen
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I expect Kerry to act selfishly....and unleash the lawyers....

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From: Keith Feral11/3/2004 7:48:20 AM
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Hiding behind US policy. Here are the visions that German people want the US to fulfill.

<Under the headline "Good Morning, Mr. President," Germany's mass-circulation Bild daily covered its front page with a list of expectations that included "Catch Bin Laden and stop the terror," "Finally ensure peace in Iraq" and "Push down the oil price.">

Gee, and I thought 80% of the people in Germany thought the US was following the wrong policy. Not at all. It is easier for them to hide behind US policy and use anti US rhetoric to distance themselves from the terrorists so they don't get attacked just like Sweden.

I would be aghast if I lived in Sweden and OBL made direct comments about their "model" behavior.

I wonder how long it will take to count the absentee ballots in Ohio. Good to see the Bush team taking credit for all 286 Electoral Votes they will be awarded. I hope we can get an acceptance speech by the end of the day.

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To: jlallen who wrote (150768)11/3/2004 7:51:10 AM
From: redfish
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I don't think he'll have the balls to do it. He should keep things tied up for a good three months, but I don't think he will.

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To: FaultLine who wrote (150289)11/3/2004 7:54:14 AM
From: GST
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Scientist Stephen Hawking Decries Iraq War
Tue Nov 2, 3:27 PM ET Science - AP


By TIM ELFRINK, Associated Press Writer

LONDON - Britain's most famous scientist, Stephen Hawking, condemned the U.S. led invasion of Iraq (news - web sites) as a "war crime" and said Tuesday it was based on lies.

news.yahoo.com

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To: jlallen who wrote (150766)11/3/2004 7:55:42 AM
From: Neocon
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There is not much doubt of the outcome. Thank goodness.....

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To: FaultLine who wrote (150289)11/3/2004 7:57:38 AM
From: GST
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Meanwhile, its just another day in Iraq: <Car bomb rocks Baghdad, more foreign hostages snatched
2 hours, 38 minutes ago Mideast - AFP

BAGHDAD (AFP) - At least nine people were injured after a car bomb punched another hole into battle-scarred Bagdhad, while militants kidnapped more foreigners and shot dead a top oil ministry official.

Fires were raging near major oil wells in northern Iraq (news - web sites) after attacks on a pipeline network halted vital exports from Kirkuk to Turkey, dealing a new setback to efforts bring in much-needed revenue for reconstruction.

news.yahoo.com

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To: redfish who wrote (150770)11/3/2004 7:59:30 AM
From: jlallen
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If its the wrong thing to do...count on Kerry to do it....

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To: redfish who wrote (150770)11/3/2004 8:02:06 AM
From: GST
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When the ballots are all counted, the election will be over. That is how democracy works. People vote and the ballots are counted. The person with the most votes wins. The world will not come to an end if the time is taken to count the ballots. Doing otherwise, if the results of the election are in any doubt, would be a betrayal of those whose votes were not counted. Some patience and respect for the process is required.

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