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W wins but not without Gore putting this nation through 5 weeks of post-election hell.

Afterwards Gore-Lieberman ticket was forever tagged the Sore-Loserman ticket.

Popular Vote
George W. Bush: 50,461,092 (47.9%)
Albert Gore: 50,994,086 (48.4%)

2000 Election Debacle

Also see Election 2000 Chronology and Florida 2000 County Vote

The conduct of Al Gore and the Democratic party in Florida was reprehensible and will not soon be forgotten.

Yes, he flat-out tried to steal the election and his accomplices were trial lawyers, national and local Democratic party operatives and the liberal, activist Florida State Supreme Court.

As a result we were introduced to these novelties:

Hanging Chads

Dimpled Ballots

Old farts in Palm Beach who can play five Bingo cards at once, scratch off 12 lottery tickets in 20 seconds, clip every single coupon out of the damn newspaper, open prescription bottles 15 times a day, but cannot punch a hole in a friggin' card.

The (former) Vice President of the United States (and Commander-in-Chief wannabe) fighting tooth and nail to get military absentee ballots thrown out.

Let's say that again with feeling: The (former) Vice President of the United States tried to throw out the votes of our military men and women -- the people who sacrifice so much, who put themselves in harm's way in the defense of this great nation and the rights of its citizens, including the right to vote!

A rogue state supreme court (the wacky Florida Supremes) that tried to rewrite election laws on-the-fly and AFTER the fact. It will forever be cited as one of the most extreme examples of legislating from the bench in the history of this nation.

A rogue state supreme court (yes, those wacky Florida Supremes again!) that defied the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. Constitution.

I could go on and on, but I won't. I'll leave you with this:

On September 11, 2001 . . .

weren't you thankful that Al Gore was NOT the President/Commander-in-Chief?







. . . and that this man was:

President George W. Bush










Also see Election 2000 Chronology and Florida 2000 County Vote


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