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Election 2000 - Stolen or Thwarted Theft?

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  • Mike Hersh
    Election 2000 - Stolen or Thwarted Theft? From: Michael Miller [mailto:a_christian_conservative@yahoo.com] Sent: Monday, December 01, 2003 12:38 PM To:
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      Election 2000 - Stolen or Thwarted Theft?

      From: Michael Miller [mailto:a_christian_conservative@...]
      Sent: Monday, December 01, 2003 12:38 PM
      To: MikeHersh@...
      Subject: Election 2000 - Stolen or Thwarted Theft?

      I would like to challenge you to an online debate over the topic of the
      2000 presidential election and the aftermath that followed. I would like
      to go into this debate with the intention of settling the matter once
      and for all, I plan to show if anything that Al Gore and the Democratic
      Party tried to steal an election and that when you claim the shoe was on
      the other foot that you don't have any merit.


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      My reply:

      From: Mike Hersh [mailto:mikehersh.com@...]
      Sent: Monday, December 01, 2003 1:42 PM
      To: 'Michael Miller'
      Subject: RE: Election 2000 - Stolen or Thwarted Theft?

      Your proposition is ludicrous. Gore lacked any pull in Florida other
      than the law, which I admit did support him. Bush's brother Jeb was
      governor, his other campaign co-chair Katherine Harris ran the
      elections, and Clayton Roberts, another top Republican, made critical
      decisions to throw 10,000s of Democrats off the voting rolls.

      I know the right wing propaganda claiming Gore brought in lawyers, the
      "liberal" media helped Gore by calling the state a few minutes early,
      etc. None of that is important considering the widespread crimes
      committed by Republicans in Florida to steal the election. All this is
      settled beyond any question or doubt. You lose this "online debate."


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      -- Howard Dean, Oct. 6, 2002 - http://www.deanforamerica.com

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