Minorities denied the vote

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    They'll probably contest the result even if they win; that's just how they are.
     
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    I'm thinking more and more everyday
    it's going to be much, much worse...Dillo. I hope I'm wrong.
     
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    Yup, that's the Dem tactic. Go out and sign up ineligible and illegal voters then accuse the Republicans of trying to deny people the vote.
     
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    Agreed--mob violence with injuries or deaths is not far fetched at all. The hatred for Bush that has been fostered by the DNC is coming to the flash point.
     
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    American's can sometimes have issues with critical thinking; Liberals can play up to that in the media; immorral...unethical fockers.
     
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    Are the Republicans not going to fight if they lose in a very close election?
     
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    We have no history of fighting when we lose a very close election. The Kennedy Nixon election was a very close election with high voter irregularitise in Chicago IE the Democrats really turned out the deceased vote. Yet Nixon refused to challenge because it was be disrespecting the office of President and it would divide this nation. That was a big irony of the 2000 election. Al Gore showed that Richard Nixon, a guy the left hates, has more respect for the nation then he did. I think President Bush has too much respect for the office to degrade it like Al Gore did. Besides its not goign to be an issue this will not be a close election. And if it is we are going to have a bigger problem because either way it goes one side isnt going to be happy and the legitimacy of the winner will be called into question. If that happens the extremists on both sides are likely to take action into their own hands and we have a civil war on our hands.
     
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    Gore did back down...where were you during the election? Would you prefer that an inquiry into a questionable election not proceed?
     

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