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Quick, to the Gore Mobile

Oh my:

Al Gore To Aid Frankenís Recount Effort

Al Gore To Lend A Hand In Georgia Senate Runoff Effort

May want to rethink that strategy. I mean, if you’re looking for someone to help steal an election, you might want to pick someone whose attempt at it was successful.

9 Responses to “Quick, to the Gore Mobile”

  1. nk Says:

    Article I,

    Section 5. Each House shall be the judge of the elections, returns and qualifications of its own members, ….

    With 57 Democrats in the Senate and a 217 vote margin …?

  2. Manish Says:

    I mean, if youíre looking for someone to help steal an election, you might want to pick someone whose attempt at it was successful.

    A Democrat doesn’t have many options for finding someone who has stolen an election..now a Republican on the other hand has many choices. ūüôā

  3. Sean Braisted Says:

    you might want to pick someone whose attempt at it was successful

    Bush?

  4. persimmon Says:

    What is Katherine Harris up to these days?

  5. SayUncle Says:

    Last I saw her, she was doing those glamor shots on horseback.

  6. tgirsch Says:

    Err, how does either case (and especially Georgia) constitute “stealing an election?”

  7. MarkFu Says:

    Doesn’t Algore have a Global Warming symposium to give in NYC or Minneapolis?

  8. Steve Says:

    I guess a few of you guys have forgotten the stolen Governor’s seat in Washington 4 years ago. Absolutely despicable.

    Nobody likes to remember the 4 newspapers that pooled resources to count the contested ballots from 2000 & found that GWB won 3 out of the 4 scenarios for counting the ballots. It was buried in the newspapers around May of the following year.

  9. persimmon Says:

    Steve, everyone remembers that because Republicans always bring it up as a way to deflect the conversation from 1) the easily reparable, but unrepaired miscounts caused by the illegal West Palm Beach ballot and 2) the criminal purges of thousands of voters Harris perpetrated.

    The recount itself dances around the fact that thousands of people showed up to vote, thought they voted, but had their ballots discarded because of design flaws in the machines. Those machines have known failure rates and thus reliably lose votes, and they were used primarily in Democratic-leaning counties, while Republican counties got superior technology with near-zero failure rates.