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Today's Headlines: Election 2000 All Over Again?

Short Blog of some new stories that disturbed me today. Both of course show how Bush is afraid he's going to lose the election in Nov....and let's all pray that he does because our nation can't take much more.

Don't think Bush is scared he'll lose Florida?
"I am astounded that Jeb Bush is willing to defy the judiciary to help his brother." Counties are allowed to put Ralph Nader's name on overseas absentee ballots, which must be mailed by Saturday.

What happened to seperation of church & state: More dirty Bush tactics
House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.) and House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-Texas) believe clergymen should be allowed to endorse political candidates from the pulpit.

Important Call to Action Alert
This one makes me worry about Bush's crew manipulating the votes of our soldiers.

Missouri and North Dakota election officials recently announced that they will allow military voters from their states to e-mail their absentee ballots from combat zones to the Defense Department. The Pentagon would then fax the ballot to the soldier's local election official. This surprise move has alarmed computer security experts and voting watchdog groups, and has renewed concerns about the Department of Defense's role in administering federal elections.


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