April 03, 2008

Thought For The Day

Who should McCain pick for VP? My choice would be Joe Lieberman (S-Turncoat) because then he could apply his sanctimonious principles to the McCain campaign. And we could see Joe sabotaging the Republican ticket just like he did by handing the country to Bush in 2000.

Lieberman capitulated completely, ignoring several arguments that he might have made to defend the campaign's people in the field. First the rules either mattered or they didn't. At the same time the Bush operatives were fighting to prevent manual recounts to uncover validly cast votes, they were arguing that the rules should be stretched to allow overseas ballots to be counted. The Bush campaign shouldn't have been allowed to pick and choose which rules applied and which votes counted. Second the Herron memo dealt with all overseas ballots, not just those from members of the military -- and the Bush campaign itself had tried to exclude civilian absentee ballots because they lacked postmarks. Third, the Herron memo was right on the law (or at least more right than wrong). Here again the Gore campaign (represented this time by Lieberman) backed down from a confrontation.

That would be poetic justice.

Posted by Mary at April 3, 2008 01:52 AM | Elections | Technorati links |
Comments

Mary,the US Supreme Court handed Bush the election,not LIE-berman(as much as I hate him). He and Gore won,Bush and Cheney lost.

Posted by: brian at April 3, 2008 01:17 PM

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