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Re: Election

Just a few comments.  Good message, Chick.

It's " Mary Matalin". who is not exzactly known for her objectivity or, for that
matter, her veracity.

And please, please, do not cite education as evidence of intelligence.  Some of the
brightest people we all know have never been to college and some really mediocre
intellects have graduated from "good" schools -- even have graduate degrees.

I'm sure most people know that Bush graduated from Yale and then went to Harvard for
an MBA.  Gore graduated from Harvard, entered law school and divinity school and did
not finish either program.

And who is trying to make Bush appear dumb and how are they doing that?


Chick wrote:

> Beth Arnold wrote:
> > Frankly, those who
> > don't know before they enter  probably should not be there in the first
> > place.  Time for homework is before the test not during the test.
> I have looked and looked through my copy of the Constitution and cannot find
> this requirement anywhere.  We obviously do not apply an intelligence test to
> the candidates, don't see why we need one for the voters.  Course, if I get to
> decide who's smart enough to vote, I might go along with it.
> It seems to me that the only people who have anything to fear from a recount are
> the ones who fear that they did not get the most votes.  If Gore asks for
> numerous recounts and it is shown that there was nothing wrong with the original
> count, he will be subject to endless ridicule and probably end any chance of
> ever getting elected again.  If on the other hand, the recounts show that he got
> more votes than Dubya, then the person who won the election gets to be
> President.  Oh, maybe that's the problem...
> Chick
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