Monday, September 26, 2005

Jimmy Carter's take on elective history.

."American University 9/19/05 Q and I One answer from the peanut brain from Plains:

"A: Well, I would say that in the year 2000 there's no doubt in my mind that Al Gore was elected president. He received the most votes nationwide and in my opinion he also received the most votes in Florida. and the decision was made by a 5-4 vote on a bipartisan basis by the US Supreme Court.

I would in 2000 there was a failure.
HAVE YOU EVER HEARD OF THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE, MR. CARTER? (I would say "President" but you have NEVER earned the respect that title conveys. I remember 35 percent interest rates. I remember Iran. The only good thing you did you diminutive brained psychopathic socialist is give us Ronald Reagan, who almost put your pet governmental type, Communism, in its grave.)

Back on subject, yep there was a FAILURE Jimmy. The failure was the pandering which was done by Democrats in Democratic counties, who were too f'n dumb to count the votes, let alone vote properly.


The year 2004 is hard to grade. I don't have any detailed information as to what went wrong in Ohio. if Ohio had gone one way or the other it would have changed the outcome of the election.

And the other thing that I know about Ohio was that there's general consensus, that the secretary of state of Ohio, who was responsible for the administration of elections was highly partisan in his public approach and perhaps even in his private administration but I don't know about that."
emphasis mine. So if Ohio had gone "one way or the other" it would have changed the outcome? Which way? If both your ways would have elected Kerry, which manner of corruption would you choose?

In the second paragraph you accuse the Ohio secretary of state of being "highly partisan" but then you say "I don't know about that". Which is it? If you don't know, do us all a favor and keep your mouth shut...

1 Comments:

Blogger Middle_America said...

I wondered where the liberals were getting their info. Nancy brought up this same 2000 election as a comment.

Can't these people get over it?

I had to reply the fact, if the vast majority believed in the conspiracy, then Bush would had been voted out in 2004.

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