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Dems ask for UN oversight on elections

by Evie / July 3, 2004 8:59 AM PDT
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(NT) (NT) Sounds like someone is running scared
by Del McMullen / July 3, 2004 10:04 AM PDT
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Not surprised...
by Charlie Thunell PL&T / July 3, 2004 12:05 PM PDT

Taking into account how Bush was given the presidency last time, I'm far from surprised. I guess we ought to get used to being treated like a developing country...

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Bush was not given the presidency, and I consider
by Roger NC / July 3, 2004 4:45 PM PDT
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that slander actually.

The election was a massive foulup for sure in Florida, but that got all the publicity, partly to distract from the media's part in screwing up and "calling" the state way before it was possible to do so and before the polls even closed.

The system may have problems, but it hobbled along as it could and met the deadlines for the election tallies and certifications.

Campaign all you want for someone else, even hate Bush if you will, but quit slandering the entire system and country by insisting on stolen elections.

As far as the UN hogwash, does anyone even the most liberal here really believe they'd ever be impartial in a Bush vs Kerry election? hell does anyone even believe they'd be unbias in any Democratic party vs Republican party election?

Sorry Charlie, that idea leaves a rotten taste in my mouth.

RogerNC

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Re: Dems ask for UN oversight on elections
by Edward ODaniel / July 3, 2004 12:07 PM PDT

Agree about their oath and apparently they only read the summary of that very partisan U.S. Commission on Civil Rights that Mary Frances Berry released, not the full report and certainly not the dissenting statement which was strongly supported by media interviews of many of the people who testefied and claimed to have been "disenfranchised".

The printed report DID NOT contain the dissenting statement filed by two of the Commission's own members, Abigail Thernstrom and Russell G. Redenbaugh. Another interesting thing about that report is that one of the USCCR members, Christopher Edley, was an active campaign adviser to Al Gore.

Interesting read about it http://www.opinionjournal.com/editorial/feature.html?id=95000937

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You're not playing fair, Ed
by Del McMullen / July 3, 2004 2:05 PM PDT

Introducing, yes, obviously "introducing", the "whole"
story, you're taking away the rush of making headlines,
and if too many people refresh their memories, or become
aware of the "facts", few will believe the headlines.

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