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acmavm Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Oct-20-04 08:31 AM
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5. Good. Gore should have done this as well, but he felt the country needed
to get past the election fiasco. So he chose to do the 'gentlemanly' thing, and not fight tooth and nail. He was voted in as president by the majority of the people, prevented from taking office by a bunch of criminals, and thought he was doing the best thing for our country. I suppose I see where he was coming from, but I sure wish he would have fought harder.

Anyway, I am overjoyed to see that Kerry is going to fight this bunch tooth and nail. And we must support him in his efforts. (Like I really need to tell anyone here this.)

Go John, we're behind you 200%.
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