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Friday, September 10, 2004

THIS is your democrat party, Oregon

How repellent that the demorat Secretary of State Bill Bradbury "exceeded his authority" when he sought to keep Ralph Nader off the ballot, per this morning's Oregonian. Using hypertechnicalities, Bradbury thought they best way to approach this possible drain on the kerry/edwards ticket was to simply deny Nader's supporters the right to vote. I tend to think that Bush's victory in this race will be a rout, so I see little reason to build a big issue out of Nader, but I'm an eternal optimist.

Of course, demo party Chair Jim Edmunson had nothing to say other then that this was all fine with him, as he personally felt that Nader's drag would be "fairly minimal," and of course there was never any collusion between the Oregon demos and Bradbury on this. And I really believe that.

"What the court is telling us is that the secretary of state created rules out of thin air, and that these rules were then used to disqualify valid signatures solely for the purpose of keeping Nader off the ballot," Nader coordinator Greg Kafoury said. Well, that was good enough for the Florida state supreme court, so why not? Most moron libs are still so peeved at their denial of an illegal victory in the 2000 Presidential race they probably figured "What the hay, give it a whirl!" I tend to think that Bush's victory in this race will be a rout, so I see little reason to build a big issue out of Nader, but I'm an eternal optimist.

Welcome to the demo party, 2004. That everyone isn't disgusted by this astonishing attempt to end run voters. But we'll hear nada from the demo/lib/progressive camp, guaranteed. And forget it Conservos, because if we say a thing it will just be dismissed as our siding with the anti-kerry forces of the universe. How tragic, really, that this is where the demos are...

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