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Re: Election

One thing you don't seem to be taking into consideration.  The election is
over.  Even if I could pretend to be moved by your warning that I am going to
lose my washing machine, I have already voted and as much as I would like to
take back my vote and save my old Maytag, I can't.

The only question left to be decided is who lied and cheated and deceived,
bought enough votes, had enough people killed and did enough other despicable
things to get the most people to vote for him in Florida and any other state
that there is some evidence that the votes were not counted correctly.  As much
as I love my washing machine, if more people voted for Gore in enough individual
states so that he gets the most electoral votes, he gets to be president. Even
if you don't like it. It's in that Constitution that you conservative folks love
so much.  Go ahead, read it, it's in there.

I know it's hard to understand how people cannot see what seems to be so obvious
to you, but I can guarantee that you can type your little fingers to the bone
and you won't convince a single soul that they should change their minds. Hell,
I remember laughing at the thought that anyone could actually vote for Ronnie.
Laughed right up until the word "landslide" first came up.

By the way, you all know that when Al gets to the Whitehouse he's going to put a
5 cent tax on all e-mail messages, don't you?


Beth Arnold wrote:

> more votes than Dubya, then the person who won the election gets to be
> > President.  Oh, maybe that's the problem...
> >
> > Chick
> >
> Think back to 1993 when Gore's deciding vote imposed the largest tax
> increase on Americans in history.  Where do you think the supposed surplus
> came from?
> Do we need another liar in the white house?  At least Clinton lied to try to
> keep the truth from coming out.  Gore quote "I accompanied James Lee Witt
> down to Texas when those fires broke out"  next day he admitted on good
> morning america that he had been in the area at a different time.   79 year
> old Winifred Skinner who had to collect discarded cans - Ms. Skinner is a
> former union organizer who repeatedly refused financial help from her
> wealthy son who lives on an 80-acre ranch.  Gore pointed out that she drove
> to a debate....Gore champaign staff arranged her appearance.  Gore said that
> in Sarasota a high school was so crowded there was not room for a science
> class to sit down and implied it was a money problem.  Real reason for
> crowding - Principal Daniel Kennedy reported it was because lab equipment
> worth $100,000 was taking up space in the classroom.  Mr. Kennedy further
> reported the school had some 900 computers, 600 Internet connections and an
> 85 acre campus.  The school is one of the wealthiest in the country.  Gore
> tries to embellish himself by tying himself to historical events, "World War
> I started in the Balkans and my uncle was a victim of poison gas there"  His
> uncle Reginald was gassed but in France not the Balkans.
> Gore said that his mother-in-law paid three times more for arthritis drug
> Lodine than the same meds issued for her dog.  the was an example that came
> from a Democratic Party position paper not from Gore's own life.  TRUTH: 85%
> of seniors use a generic version of the drug which is much cheaper that the
> "Dog" version.
> Some try to discredit Bush by trying to make him look dumb but check the
> education of each candidate.  I believe Gore lies about that also.  Need to
> go back and find my source.
> How many are aware of the law sponsored by John McCain and Sen. Gore
> himeself in 1992 that would impose sanctions on governments discovered to be
> selling weapons to nations such as Iran that are tagged by the State Dept.
> for sponsoring terrorism?  Well it has come to light V.P. Gore signed a
> secret agreement with Viktor S.Chernomyrdin , Russian prime minister, to
> allow Russians to continue selling  weapons to Iran until 1999 even after
> the law was signed into law.  Among the weapons was a super quiet Kilo-class
> submarine that could threaten U.S. warships in the Persian Gulf.  The 1999
> deadline passed and Russia is still selling weapons to Iran.  Later it was
> also discovered that Gore and Chernomyrdin in a classified 1995 letter, the
> prime minister informed the V.P. that they were helping Iran build and fuel
> a nuclear reactor.  Chernomyrdin's letter referred to a prior agreement
> between them and insisted the information  was not to be told to the U.S.
> Congress.  Mr. Gore withheld the information from the U.S. Congress and has
> violated the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act which requires the administration
> to keep congressional oversight committees informed on nuclear proliferation
> matters.  The news media does a disservice to the American people by
> withholding information and giving only half of the story taken out of
> context.  I believe if Americans were informed truthfully many might think
> differently.
> Yes, I am afraid of the outcome.
> Best Regards, Beth
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