>And if, when the facts come out, it proves that Bush won the election in
>accordance with the laws that were in effect at the time of the 11/07/2000
>election, will you let it go, or keep on going for further legal appeals ad
Why would one want to go for further legal appeals if it's shown that the
election was conducted legally?
It's real simple. The courts aren't going to decide who's president. That
right only and properly belongs to the electorate.
If it goes to court, and the process is shown to have been above board, no vote
fraud, no corruption, why would anyone have a problem accepting the results? I
If it goes to court, and the process is shown to have been the result of vote
fraud and corruption, why would anyone NOT want the election in Florida
If the election in Florida is overturned, as it was in Miami a few years ago,
what happens, as I understand it, is that those who voted -- and ONLY those who
voted -- have the opportunity to vote again. The people will have spoken.
Anybody here got a problem with the people voting their conscience?
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