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This morning I woke up to the knowledge that 2/3 of the people of Ohio
(my home state), do not consider me a person. Not only do they not want
my partner & I to get married (big whoop, itís just a word anyway)
they want to make sure we have NO rights at all.
If I die, my parents, who havenít spoken to me in 15 years (because
of my sinful depravity) can come to town and demand half of everything
from my partner. The house, my car, the money, valuables, everything
weíve worked for all these years. And now, under this law, thereís not
a damn thing we can do about it. After 15 years together (better than
the average hetero marriage) and all the storms weíve weathered, the
United States, from the President on down, snorted up their best loogie
and spit on us and our relationship. I felt like I was having a bloody
stroke when I heard the news. I hope I donít though, because my spouse
will not only be barred from making any medical decisions, he can be
barred from seeing me altogether. Not a damn thing we can do about that
either. If my company decides to extend benefits to unmarried partners,
they can no longer legally do so in this state. You guessed it...not
a damn thing we can do about it.
George W. Bush singled us out. He held us up as demons to be feared
and hated. He sacrificed us on the alter of his lust for power. He brought
out all the Evangelicals, whose hatred of us is a part of their very
religion, and is not open to debate or interpretation. We were only
a means to an end for him.
Iím a U.S. Veteran. I served three honorable years in the 82nd Airborne.
The country couldn't care less about my service. Iím not a full person
now. I donít deserve rights. And the fact that I served at all is offensive
to them. A fag that went undercover in the Army. I wasnít a REAL patriot,
or even a REAL soldier. I was just another faggot that didnít get caught.
The fact that I served with pride and distinction doesnít count...Iím
still a fag.
Thanks to George W. Bush and the Republican Party, itís okay to hate
queers again. How many of us will be beaten senseless, robbed, even
Well, at least in Ohio, 2 out of every 3 people donít really give a
Subject: Bush Mandate or Tainted Election?
The legitimacy of democratic elections is inexorably predicated upon
the electorate's ability to verify the results which is only possible
with a tangible ballot and permanent record. Indeed, the history of
democratic voting in America is a history of ballot recounts and the
ability to conduct them.
A ballot that cannot be physically verified or interrogated is no different
than a vote by someone with no verifiable name or residence. It is like
making a bank deposit with no receipt and for which the institution
retains no hard copy of the transaction.
If it's not good enough for our financial transactions, it's not good
enough for our elections. Yet, this was the voting method used in about
1/4th of US precincts including 7 counties in Ohio. At best, such systems
are an open invitation to voting fraud by whichever political party
controls the state voting machinery.
With so many "smoking guns," this election can at best be
described as tainted. Instead of propagating the Bush "mandate,"
the media should focus on the recent tainted election and why America
needs to rid itself of our balkanized mess of voting systems and forever
eliminate any system that does not leave a permanent voting record.
A BuzzFlash Reader
Subject: A New Start
This morning, Nov. 3, I started my morning as usual with one exception.
Over the last few years I would get up, pour a cup of coffee, tune the
TV to one of the cable "news" channels, give my little dog,
Arlo, his insulin shot, turn on my computer and start reading BuzzFlash.
The exception this morning was NOT turning on the TV. As the day progressed
and I realized that our country has, once again, been had by a ridiculous
and dangerous voting process and that the outcome of this will be a
devastating blow to our democracy and everything we are supposed to
stand for in this world, in a strange way, I felt a sense of peace and
The only explanation for this is that I did NOT turn on the TV. As
sad as I am for this country it has felt like a cleansing. Not once
today did I see the face of or hear the voice of any of the media whores
echoing the words of Karl Rove or the many surrogates for this Misadministration.
I read BuzzFlash and listened to Air America Radio and I cried for all
that we have lost.
On the other hand, I did not find myself shouting obscenities at the
TV and the ridiculous whores of their masters. I don't believe that
this country could have ever come to this without the complete and utter
corruption of our news media. I hold them more responsible than even
the Bush Crime Family because this tainted blood line could never have
put forth their #1 idiot son into such a position of power without a
completely corrupted news media and a completely corrupted voting process
ignored by a completely corrupted news media.
I firmly believe that we will never again have the country we deserve
unless we take back our airwaves and break the back of this media empire.
I wish every one of those who worked for and voted for John Kerry would
follow suit. Turn off the TV. You don't need them -- they don't tell
you the truth! I fantasize about the day I will read that Wolf Blitzer
is employed as an overnight security guard at Wal-Mart, Judy Woodruff
is emptying bed pans somewhere, Chris Matthews is a carnival barker,
Candy the Cow is also employed in same circus (use your imagination
for her role), Hannity and O'Really are flipping burgers in a diner
and Bob Novak is in prison awaiting sentencing for treason against America.
These fantasies are the only thing that give me a chuckle in these dark
Thank you, BuzzFlash, for all you do for those of us who love our country.
A Loyal BuzzFlash fan and a Proud Liberal
Subject: A bit of reality
Good morning all,
Here we are a few days after a small majority of "moral issues"
voters sent Bush to his 2nd term as president. While that is a bitter
pill to swallow, there is something else looming even larger that could
spell doom for the world's oldest democracy in just a few short years.
The party of George Bush has added to their majority in the House and
Senate, and with several Supreme Court Justices probably retiring or
dying in the coming years, they pretty much control the whole federal
government. The only check we have left is that we still have the ability
to filibuster in the Senate - mind you, there is no more balance and
if you believe this crap that Bush is going to "reach out to Democrats"
I have some beach front property for sale in North Dakota. That's it.
That's all we got, the ability to try and
talk long enough in an attempt to stop the Republicans from doing what
they want with impunity.
Okay, here's my main point: in 2 years we have mid-term elections, there
is no doubt that the GOP will maintain, if not add to their majority
in the House - face it, the House is lost for generations - but, all
they need is 5 more seats in the Senate (they picked up 4 this time)
and they'll have a Super Majority with the ability to stop any and all
will be it. From that point forward there will be no more need for elections
in this country, because they'll have and do whatever they want and
no one can stop them. They'll be able to make or change any law they
want without opposition. Think about the worst thing that can happen
and realize that they'll be able to do it. Saddam Hussein may have been
their enemy, but he may also be their model.
Yes, we need to work hard, identify someone now who can be elected president
in 2008 (someone who is charismatic, has some government experience
but not too much of a record that can be used against him or her - a
John Edwards/Barack Obama ticket comes to mind), get the whole party
behind him or her, and clear the field of any opposition from within
But most importantly we need to work toward the elections coming up
in 2006, or 2008 and beyond may be irrelevant. We need to continue our
efforts and support our candidates who will be up for election and find
some more "Barack Obama's" to run against Republican incumbents.
And equally, if not more, important we need to get rid of all those
touch-screen, voting machines (see http://www.blackboxvoting.com for
more information - plus I'm making this a top personal objective, I
believe these machines pose one of the largest threats to our democracy,
so expect more information on how we get rid of these things in the
This movement started 2 years ago with Howard Dean and to think of the
ground we gained in just those 2 short years is incredible. Sure we
lost, but thinking about where we were a couple years ago, and that
we didn't lose by much speaks of how far we have come.
Let's not blame John Kerry or anyone else for losing this election;
we don't have time to do that and we can't let it splinter our party
or this movement. We have a short window of
time and the deck is stacked against us but we need to keep this going.
until the dems get as mean, nasty, dishonest, and evil as the
republicans, they will lose!
My sister-in-law would have voted for Bush even if he were an
admitted child molester! She would just say it was God's will and God
has chosen Bush to lead us into Armageddon. All of the people at her
church are the same. They also all watch and almost seem to worship
Fox News. They are scary people!
Subject: Name Howard Dean as the Next Chairman of the DNC
Dear BuzzFlash Readers/Supporters:
The Christian Liberal is going to keep this brief. As I recalled the
abject failures of the current Democratic Party, it's painfully obvious
that if we are going to take back our party, major housecleaning needs
to be done within the Democratic National Committee. The first head
that should roll is the Chairman, Terry McAuliffe. On his watch, the
have lost all three branches of Congress, and have been further marginalized
to where our government is really a one-party government right now.
He's got to go, and he can't go fast enough.
I have a suggestion for his replacement: HOWARD DEAN!
Can you imagine how this man will fire up our base! If we put Dean in,
and he galvanizes what he did in energizing the original Democratic
Party, we should be poised and ready to field real, social progressive
candidates to at least take back the House and pick up a couple of Senate
seats to further narrow the gap by 2006.
Let's start a campaign to champion Howard Dean as the next Chairman
for the DNC. As it is, McAuliffe has us on life-support and Cheney's
standing in the doorway itching to pull the plug!
God bless you, take care and stay focused!
My name is Leutisha Stills, and I am the Christian Liberal.
Not only do I approve this message, I encourage you to pass it on so
we can get on with the battles that need to be fought for the values
Jesus really represented!
Subject: Get ready to barf...
Just a quick note to share the opening paragraph of this week's Presidential
Prayer Team newsletter. Notice how every sentence can be disproved in
the BuzzFlash headlines.
Give thanks for the great success of the democratic process this
week. Democracy has triumphed, thanks be to God. Pray now for President
Bush and Vice President Cheney as they bring the country together
and move forward in the most positive, constructive direction for
America. Pray for them to have God's wisdom as they seek to unite
Honorable mention: a closing paragraph praying for "fresh troops"
as they deploy to Iraq. What an afterthought!
Subject: Bush Press Conference: "One Question Rule?!?"
At first I thought this was a weak one-line josh with the press corps,
he's now cited it three or four times, with visible agitation! How many
more repetitions before this is an official "Rule of Order"
(supported by commentary among the AEI, the Heritage Foundation, and
Fox News) and the Service removes journalists for this infraction? We
are in big trouble.
Subject: Cf. W & Adolph
The National Government will regard it as its first and foremost
duty to revive in the nation the spirit of unity and cooperation.
It will preserve and defend those basic principles on which our nation
has been built. It regards Christianity as the foundation of our national
morality, and the family as the basis of national life. -- Adolph
Hitler, My New World Order, Proclamation to the German Nation at Berlin,
February 1, 1933
[BuzzFlash Note: Couldn't find the source for this, but do see our
related home page link: In
case you forgot: The 14 Characteristics of Fascism. You Read, You Decide.
with thanks to www.secularhumanism.org.]
Subject: Please join me in boycotting CNN, Headline News, MSNBC,
Could you help me in getting this message out?
We saw these cable news organizations cover Bush and staying on his
talking points. Our
goal should be for Truth, not Spin, Fair and Balanced reporting. This
past coverage of
the election was none of these things.
More than 55 million Americans voted for Senator Kerry and we have a
voice! Our protest
of the Sinclair Broadcasting Group, sent a message to their shareholders
and advertisers, we can do the same with these cable news networks.
Do we want more of the same or are we going to make a stand? Reprogram
your remotes so you do not accidentally hit these stations. Ask your
cable company to expand your cable channels to include different news
In the mean time find alternative news sources on the Internet.
Subject: My .02
I remember when Nixon easily won a second term. I was young but I remember
thinking how many dumb people there were in America. I of course now
have a bit of déjà vu after seeing Bush 43 being reelected.
They may have actually been misinformed but they learned the hard way
how corrupt Nixon really was. It set the Republican Party back years
and helped pave the way for a cultural revolution. It took the GOP the
better part of 20 years to recover.
It has been a generation plus a few years since that series of events,
so it is time for another uprising. If Nixon had not been reelected
he probably would never have been exposed for the lying rat bastard
he truly was and became the first US president in history to resign
in disgrace. If George Bush 41 had been reelected he most likely would
have finally been held accountable for his role in the Iran/Contra drugs
for weapons scandal. As it happened that story was pretty much swept
back under the carpet when he lost.
Now that George Bush 43 has been reelected it will truly give the American
people the chance to see how foolish they were for voting for Bush just
as they were shown how foolish it was for voting for Nixon. If Kerry
had been elected it would have paved the way for a constant attack from
the angry right, and with the GOP maintaining control of Congress made
him most likely ineffectual in solving our country's myriad of problems
that BushCo is directly responsible for.
Now Bush truly has to defend his sorry record for four more years while
things will continue to get worse while at the same time giving the
American people four more years of seeing just how bad it can get. Most
likely only then will he really earn the disgrace he so rightfully deserves
and the American people will finally see Bush 43 for the immoral coward
he truly is just as the rest of the world already knows.
I, like most every other thinking, caring, honest person, am disappointed
in another Bush win; but as I and some others have thought for some
time, it may actually have been the best thing for the Democratic Party
in the long run. Dare we say Hillary in 08? Whether it is her or someone
else I think we are truly long overdue for a female Prez or at the very
least a female VP. It would be nice to finally breakup the longtime
white male stag party in the Oval Office.
Just my .02
Subject: a very sad time
Thanks for all your hard work these past four years. I have kept my
sanity by checking in with you and others in the progressive web community.
I understand the streets in Manhattan were like a funeral yesterday.
I own a card store on Long Island and saw the same. Everyone who talked
about the election felt the same way.....in a state of shock.
We have a great deal more thinking and fighting to do. I do believe,
however, that the most effective way of handling this mess is not protests,
or speaking out or even drawing up a more saleable agenda although all
are valuable. MONEY....that is all that matters in this country. A massive
Our family is planning on canceling our cable subscription. The cable
news outlets have done a great deal of damage to our country. I will
no longer watch Wolf Blitzer or Woodruff or Matthews and then email
to complain. They only care that we're watching....not that we are offended.
Good luck and thanks again for your valiant work.
Subject: Bush's "broad victory"
I checked the real historical perspective on Bush's "broad victory."
Here's what I found.
Popular vote data is available beginning with the 1872 election. This
means there is data for 34 elections. Where does Bush's 3.7 million
vote victory margin rank? Way back in 16th place. 3.7 million votes
equates to about 6.5% more votes for Bush than for Kerry. This would
put the true
position of Bush's victory in 26th place out of 34 elections. In fact,
6.5% is the SMALLEST margin of victory by an incumbent.
People that are really weird can get into sensitive positions and
have a tremendous impact on history. -- George W. Bush
[BuzzFlash Note:This may be Dan Quayle's quote from 9/88, actually...
Subject: dubya's press conference
I watched, as much as I dislike this man, to see what he had to say.
In the first place,
how does the media...the press corps stand him? He is the most arrogant
president ever, and tells them that what they just asked is three questions
and he is only going to answer one! The suck-up press corps were just
like they were in the first ever press conference with him...very timid.
That is Bush's intent...keep them on the defensive and make them
realize just how important he is.
Anyway.......on his agenda to start right off.......of course, is to
bring democracy to the middle east.... Now, maybe it is just me...but
Bush and his followers bringing democracy to any place....is changing
their religious beliefs to match his. If God created us all as human
beings, aren't the Muslims the same human beings, and deserve to be
themselves? We cannot push our christianity on them, ever! And, he will
stay there as long as it takes, which means all the middle class in
this country will eventually lose someone in this man's folly.
The second thing on his list is revamping Social Security, which in
Bushspeak is doing away with it....which in turn, means that if he stops
deducting it from the paychecks of the young now, and leaves it up to
them to do their own saving.....those older people out here who are
living totally on social security and medicare...are just SOL (shit
out of luck). He really is saying...he needs that money to wage war
on every nation in the mideast...so he and his rich buddies can control
His third agenda.....and he preached incessantly about this in the
campaign...is Tort reform, in other words, what John Edwards did for
poor people on a contingency basis, will be no more. Like the woman
in the commercial for Kerry....a Doctor had misdiagnosed her and they
took both breasts off.....and that would give her no option, except
maybe an apology from the medical personnel....not from the Doctor.
Bush is into the big Insurance Companies, the Doctors in this Nation
and the big drug companies.
Incidentally...the article about the CEO of the Black Box business
in Ohio was written and told way before the election...and this man
had a $100,000 fund raiser in his back yard for Bush??? HELLOOOOOOO!
I fear that so many things have been done by this administration ...that
the world may never be straight....not in my lifetime. My greatest fears......being
my age...is his first two items...and remember with their republican
agenda...they have stocked the House and the Senate....and the Court
with Rightwingers. I fear.....the war...and my relatives...and grandchildren
having to be sent...we all know already that no Bush or Cheney kids
will have to go....no offspring of any republican will go...remember
the new Governor of our Stat...Matt Blunt, the son of Roy Blunt....is
a reservist/ensign naval officer. He will never see combat.
The second concern I have is that Social Security will be done away
with. Now people past 62 now, are supposed to not change...but, think
about it, when the younger ones stop paying into it....where will the
funds come from? It has been commonly known since the Vietnam war....that
our offspring pay for our social security.....the monies coming in from
the deductions of our children...pay our social security. Mine is maybe
okay...but my son....his son and daughter may not pay social security...he
is in the kind of work that makes people have to retire on the dot at
the age...his is already 67! Instead of raising that age, or revamping
it entirely, why not make those now not paying over 85,000 continue
paying into social security to the last paycheck?
I can remember a time when I (a lowly office worker) got a social
security tax-free time of almost three months...20-30 years ago....
There are many things to worry about....and Bush is gonna try our patience
as much as possible...and his minions are going to allow it because
they are all multimillionaires.
Subject: It still doesn't make the so-called "war" go
Despite the official results, the mathematics and the legitimacy of
our so-called presidential election (didn't the company that handled
the electronic voting machines for Ohio say that he'd do "anything"
to ensure the election of George Walker Bush?), it still doesn't make
the war on Iraq go away. After all, we've killed tens of thousands of
innocent men, women and Iraqi children (and babies, and fetuses), for...no
good reason...and all based on lies. The election results do not change
A BuzzFlash Reader
Subject: Count all the votes!
It's not over until the fat lady's vote is counted!!
Dennis Kucinich was re-elected to the House with 60% of the vote. Barbara
Lee was re-elected with 80%. I just heard Obama was elected Senator
by 75% of the population of Illinois defeating Al Keyes the RW nut.
If that's not a message for Progressive Democrats what is? This election
was not a Conservative message one.
Now...we have to fight to get all our votes counted unlike 2000 and
2002. The ACLU has filed suit demanding all the votes, especially those
in "battleground states" be counted.
Record number of Absentee ballots were cast because of the mistrust
of computer voting machines. People stood in line for hours voting "early"
and by Absentee ballot. People took time off from work to go to "battle
states" to fight for democracy. There was a record turn out to
defeat Bush. More than 60% turned out this time. The reported number
I voted by Absentee ballot for two reasons. One, I didn't trust the
Optical Scanners to record my vote. All you get back is a number of
which voter you were...like "319." This is a paper trail?
Two, I helped Melissa Bean defeat Phil Crane on election day. How cool
The ACLU has filed a suit to get them ALL counted especially in those
tight states. Join them and call Senators to demand all votes be counted
especially thousands of Absentee ones. We have people who can count.
We can do this. It is too important not to. We should not allow the
media to intimidate us either.
FOX has violated their promise during the 2000 Senate hearings to wait
for all votes to be counted. They violated their FCC license. It was
election fraud by the media. Again.
For now...let's just finish the vote count. I don't care if FOX and
Kerry decided it's over. It's not with me. The Electoral College Certification
should demand the ballots all be counted and fraud investigated (some
Democratic Senators get up and demand it this time).
Democracy is at stake and we need your help. Call and demand our Democratic
Senators finish the election process...not betray us like in 2000.
Signed: A "fat lady" who wants her vote counted.
Subject: Our government is one big charity for the Bush White House
So the ďIRS [is] Investigating over 60 Charities on Political Activities.Ē
Are they investigating the White House as well? After all, the White
House gave huge tax breaks to the wealthy in return for their vote on
election day. And they couldnít afford to do that because it has run
up a huge deficit for the American people and is using our tax dollars.
Or maybe this is a job for the Justice Department?
Subject: Election, "values"
Does anyone have any real information on the allegations about serious
voting irregularities in Ohio and NM that are reported in this Greg Palast
I wrote to him myself and asked if he had county-level data. Without real
data we're just in the realm of anecdote and suspicion. As I said, we
need data, data, data.
This seems to be the word of the week. The zillions of pre-election polls
did not make a major point of "moral values" being the motivating
issue for 20% of voters. What's going on? Did the pollsters miss the boat
or is this just the explanation du jour?
We should take heed of George Lakoff's insight about language and not
let "values" be a word totally appropriated by the right. Everyone
has values. One of the things this election has been about is what values
different voters use to make political choices. It can't be that "they"
have values and "we" don't.
We should also challenge the use of "Christian" to refer
only to a particular kind of evangelical Christian. Used this way "Christian"
is not meant to include Roman and other Catholics, Eastern Orthodox,
or many open-minded and tolerant Protestant denominations
We need to keep on our toes and oppose the right-wing Republican agenda
every way we can and build on the enormous development of grassroot
Subject: Onward Toward Tomorrow
Like all of you, I spent yesterday in a blue funk, even before John
Kerry gave up the fight. I was so sure that THEY would see what he has
done to our great country and Bush would get his walking papers. So
sure that THEY would maybe stay home instead of voting for him again.
Convinced that the surge in new voters was for our side. I absolutely
cannot fathom the workings of the minds that support the Bush Administration.
I think it was on The Daily Show, 11/3/04, that Jon Stewart said THEY
voted for "Gays, Guns, & God."
It's over now, folks. And for all of yesterday's sorrow, I woke up this
morning with a new sense of power and hope. My plans? I will definitely
be very prolific in sending letters to not only the Senators and Congressmen
who represent the district in which I live, I will copy those letters
to as many Senators & Congressmen as I can. I will argue against
every outrageous bill, every disgraceful vote, anything to make a wave.
Someone asked me if that really works. Maybe not a letter from one
person. But together we CAN make a difference. The current administration
will not quit shooting itself in the proverbial foot. They will give
us plenty of fodder to work with. I will also demand accountability
for the actions that have put us in the untenable position we are in
today. To do anything less would be to let down our country and our
So chins up, fellow Buzzers. We are the optimists and we WILL carry
on the fight. It is time NOW to start the campaigning for the 2008 election.
We have a lot of minds to change, so we need to figure out how to make
them see things our way - we're really not that bad a group! We can
do it!!! Oh, and in the meantime, wouldn't it be great to take away
the control of the Republicans in the House & Senate in 2006?
Stephanie in Arlington, TX
Subject: Demographic vote review
Has anyone undertaken a review of vote counts compared with demographic
data in Florida and Ohio? I believe that such a study might be enlightening.
I've heard that, for example, black voters nationwide favored Mr. Kerry
by a ten-to-one margin. Does this example hold in Florida and Ohio?
Another devout BuzzFlash fan and monumentally pissed-off American
Subject: Check out THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE
As Bush is a fielding multi-part question at his post-election press
conference, he states: "Now that I've got the will of the people
at my back, I'm going to start enforcing the one-question rule. That
was three questions," and receives polite laughter. Less than a
QUESTION: "Thank you, Mr. President. How will you go about bringing
people together? Will you seek a consensus candidate for the Supreme
Court if there's an opening? Will you bring some Democrats into your
BUSH: "Yes. Again, you violated the one-question rule right off
the bat. Obviously, you didn't listen to the will of the people."
What's worse than a George W running rampant across the country and
the constitution without any mandate from the people?
The Will Of The People running rampant across the country and the constitution.
A BuzzFlash Reader
Subject: Question: What happens on Nov. 12 when Bush loses Ohio?
First let me say that I love and enjoy reading BuzzFlash.com.
Secondly, why is the media accepting a Bush win electorally and in the
popular vote when there are 3 states that are too close to call and
also most states will certify their results on Nov. 12th? Right now
in NM and IA, the margin of votes separating Bush and Kerry are minimal.
When you factor in the fact that at the time the Sec. of State Ken Blackwell
told the press the vote margin in Ohio, there were 5 counties including
Cuyahoga who hadn't
even reported the number of provisional ballots that they had - the
number of provisional ballots outstanding was greater than the vote
margin. If you look at the numbers in OH right now - the amount of votes
that separate Kerry from Bush are 100,000. There are an estimated 250,000
provisional ballots out and an estimated 100,000 absentee ballots outstanding
across the state of OH. When you do the math, it doesn't add up.
Also, in FL they are noting that 99% precincts are reporting. But when
you look at the numbers separating Bush and Kerry - it's a rapidly reducing
margin. As of 11am PST, the votes separating Bush and Kerry are: 377,216.
And there are: 18 precincts left to report which include these counties
- Pinellas, Broward, Miami-Dade, and Orange.
The rate at which the numbers are going does open the possibility
that NM, IA and OH could possibly go Kerry by Nov. 12th.
Why isn't it being reported that way?
And what happens when several days from now - Kerry wins the electoral
vote and the popular vote once all 50 states certify their election
If you guys have an answer, I'd like to hear it. Because if this isn't
reported soon, we could be looking at 2000 again, but 3 times worse.
Remember - in 2000 after Nov. 12th we learned that the final count
showed that Gore won the popular vote. The way the numbers are looking
nationwide shows that upon final certification - it's possible that
4 million vote difference could disappear and become a 4 million vote
plus if not higher in Kerry's direction.
What will the media report then?
Tiffany - Person who sees the numbers don't match up and that we are
about to see something very interesting happen.
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