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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Oct-13-05 06:18 PM
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181. I respect your opinion too...
Especially regarding the recount strategy. I remember Alan Dershowitz on one of those screaming head shows at the start of the litigation. He said this is a state-wide issue, not limited to just a few counties, and he said it's a racial issue too. If they'd insisted on state wide recounting (what about Gainesville, my God!) and really hammered it, it would have made more sense to the public and they might have nailed them on a crime: the 50,000 eligible voters kicked off the rolls by the obscenely contrived and illegal "felon purge." If 1/2 of those folks voted, there would have been no recount needed.

We need to win in a landslide and dare them to mess around with that.
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