[Homestead] second stolen election :
lurine at softcom.net
Wed Nov 24 11:46:59 EST 2004
O.K., but that isn't what I was addressing. Folks that "hate" Bush don't
necessarily think the election was "stolen," and win or loose despise Bush.
AND did long before his daddy decided he should be prez. Doesn't make
hating Bush mindless as there are well thoughtout reasons for hating
something like Bush. Just as one could as easily call those that voted for
Bush "mindless Bush lovers."
Ya see what I mean about the use of the "mindless" statement?
----- Original Message -----
From: clanSkeen <sgian at planetc.com>
> For this reason, Lynda: The question has been posited: What would the
> election look like, what would the results be where George Bush WINS and
> he did not steal the election? It's a fair question.
> So far we've only been offered the scenario that if ALL the allegations
> about irregularities were true when they lowered Bush's count, and none
> whatever would even be entertained against Kerry, then maybe Kerry would
> have won by a dozen votes rather than Bush winning by tens or hundreds of
> thousands. That is, one side.
> Things like that have gone on in every election on both sides. So the
> question is still before us: what would the election results have to have
> been for even you supreme leftists to say "Oh, we just lost. The voters
> the country don't agree with our vision and direction for the country."
> Did you ever see the flick "Robocop", the first one. Murphy's first
> was where the incumbent mayor had just lost the election and he was
> people hostage and in order to stall for time they asked him what his
> demands were. He said "I want there to be a recount, and if I don't win,
> want there to be an new election. And I want to be declared mayor no
> what the results are."
> So far that's what the 'stolen election' blather sounds like and not much
> more. And that's why it's mindless.
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