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Recount 2000 Go Vote

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1.
ToddComment by Todd - June 28, 2008, 8:24 am
Excuse me for my bluntness, but that is a PATHETIC movie, mainly because it is sympathetic to a position that has been proven FALSE.

Al Gore LOST in all the recounts done in the months after the election. I'm talking about the ones where the newspapers sent their reporters to count all the vote cards, and always gave the benefit of the doubt to Al Gore.

So even by unfairly giving extra votes to Al Gore, he still LOST.

The last line in the movie is the most pathetic lie I've ever heard. It's the lawyer, played by Kevin Spacey, who is sobbing on the phone to Al Gore saying, "I'm sorry Mr. Vice President, *sniff* I just couldn't get them all counted."

Couldn't get them all counted?! They were re-counted three times, and each time they didn't like the result they tried counting them again. They did a recount of the whole state, and then (here's the worst part) re-counted just the Democrat-leaning counties!

Even with that travesty, Bush still won. He won across the three re-counts, and won in every other re-count done after the election by reporters. (Who are not exactly people who wanted Bush to win in the first place.)

This pathetic movie is a sob story for the losers.
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jarasanComment by jarasan - June 28, 2008, 9:51 am
I shudder every time I think that Al Gore was almost president. It was close, but GW won, thank God.

Now all people have to do is just get over it, Al Gore was VP, get over it, forget about it, move ahead, don't look back, be happy, grow up, get a life.
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tnteaComment by tntea - June 28, 2008, 10:02 am
I shudder every time I think of having McCain to take Bush's place for the next four years.   Americans have had enough abuse the last 8 years from the top idiot.
4.
jarasanComment by jarasan - June 28, 2008, 11:05 am
You might be shuddering for 8 years.
5.
tnteaComment by tntea - June 28, 2008, 10:42 pm
That would be very sad for All Americans.

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