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Politics : Should Gore concede POLL -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?


To: GROUND ZERO™ who wrote (283)11/30/2000 6:41:41 PM
From: sandeep  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 312
 
GZ, the "winner" can't do anything but delay and pressure the "loser" to concede. The loser meanwhile can throw any and every punch imaginable. That's because he has nothing to lose more than what has already been lost. The deck is stacked against Bush, he can't do anything more than what he is doing. Do you have a suggestion ? Any change from the current position could cost him the election - possibly through fraud.

He must be actually scared at this moment about dimpled ballots...



To: GROUND ZERO™ who wrote (283)11/30/2000 8:10:21 PM
From: Mr. BSL  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 312
 
Unfortunately, the machine vote process results in more no counts than the hand ballot process. Even more unfortunate is the fact that missed machine vote ballots can not be accurately hand counted, especially with no clear standard. To make matters worse, the machine ballots become even more inaccurate every time that they are handled. The race will be decided by which type of potholes those transport trucks hit - Bushholes or Goreholes.

Regards,

Dick