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Re: voted on Wednesday

Boy Doug, look what you started :).  This was the first or nearly the first
email referring to the election and then I jumped in so I will take my share
of the blame!
Beth Arnold
Peoria Illinois  Zone 5
----- Original Message -----
From: Doug Beilstein <bpatch@richnet.net>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Friday, November 10, 2000 6:05 PM
Subject: Re: voted on Wednesday

> Stuff2love@cs.com wrote:
> > Loved the rocks.
> > Been listening to CNN Fla stuff. Had a small town meeting last night,
> > again tonight. They had Palm Beach voters on. Few of their comments. The
> > sample ballot in pre election newspapers did not begin to show how tight
> > ballot format really was. A Bush Republican said the ballots really were
> > They are allowed only five minutes to fill in ballot. Many were refused
> > revote at the time on new ballot as they are legally allowed to do. What
> > would you do????
> > ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> > To sign-off this list, send email to majordomo@mallorn.com with the
> trying to act as non-partisan as possible  let me say this ...  if we need
> recount of the recount (Idon't think we do ) then let us be totally
> about it and recount by hand the entire state   it is the only way to do
> recount certain areas only  and not give equal consideration to the rest
> fl.???????  finally  mistakes will always be made   did you realize you
voted on
> a butterfly ballot in Ohio?      80 of 88 counties did so ........finally
> non partisan -partisan  would be equally appalled at the fact of an early
call in
> a state that was still voting  which could  and did  discouage people from
> standing in the rain in lines to vote (also only the networks fault)
> liberal left wing institutions   TV that is  LOL )
> NOW   on a serious note girl    did you get me any pods  ?????   the only
> of worth this month so far .......     later doug

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