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Relentless as a Malignant Growth

Wednesday, 29 November 2000 12:00 AM

Some of you die-hard, yellow dog Democrats are never going to see this point, but if all the Democrats really want is to make sure that all of the votes are counted, then why, pray tell, did Democratic lawyers fan out across Florida two weeks ago with five pages of instructions from a Gore operative in Tallahassee on how to make sure that military absentee ballots weren’t counted?

Just think about those men and women in uniform overseas – and remember that Gore didn’t want their votes to count! Then draw your own conclusions as to how serious these clowns are about a "fair and honest count of all votes."

Well, Gore introduced a new plan yesterday. Now he says he just wants seven days for what he calls a "full and accurate count of all votes."

I know I’m belaboring the point, folks, but not once in Gore’s speech yesterday did he mention including the military absentee ballots in that "full and accurate count."

Somewhere between 2 and 3 million ballots nationwide had some problems, most notably no presidential vote.

So, why not just count them all? We could go on a nationwide hunt for hanging chads! Perhaps a bounty would help.

The fact is every election has these problems. It’s been going on since the early 1960s when those vote-a-matic machines came into vogue. Maybe we’ll get rid of them now, but that won’t solve the problem. As long as there are people stupid enough to vote Democratic there will be people who are perfectly capable of screwing up even the simplest ballot.

Who are these Gore voters anyway?

Remember that map that showed counties won by Gore in blue and counties won by Bush in red? It was a giant glob of red over most of the middle of the nation with splatters of blue along the coasts and Great Lakes. A few interesting statistics:

Counties won by Gore: 677 Counties won by Bush: 2,434

Population of counties won by Gore: 127 million Population of counties won by Bush: 143 million

Square miles of country won by Gore: 580,000 Square miles of country won by Bush: 2,427,000

States won by Gore: 19 States won by Bush: 29

Now Professor Joseph Olson of the Hamline University School of Law in St. Paul, Minn., has produced another interesting new statistic. Professor Olson looked up the crime statistics for all of these counties and came up with this:

Average Murder per 100,000 residents in counties won by Gore: 13.2 Average Murder per 100,000 residents in counties won by Bush: 2.1

Ah, those Gore voters. This country needs more of them, right?

Want to observe the Palm Beach recount? Get out your wallet.

Using a Florida law that allows public access to ballots, Washington watchdog Judicial Watch headed down to Palm Beach County to inspect presidential ballots for signs of tampering. That's the good news.

Larry Klayman and voting-fraud experts spent five hours checking ballots yesterday and received a bill afterward. The bad news? The five hours will cost Judicial Watch $5,760 – or $1,152 per hour. Palm Beach had told him he'd only be charged $500 an hour.

And Palm Beach has been far from accommodating. First, they refused Klayman access to the ballots. So he sued. Then, when he got access, the Palm Beach folks didn't let him in until Tuesday. Then they wouldn't let him count the votes and look at the disputed ballots. The county's supervisor of elections, noted Democrat Theresa LePore, "was very snippy and nasty," according to Klayman. He says she "tried to tell us we had no right to count votes."

What did Klayman and the experts find? Vote fraud – and lots of it. Bush ballots were found in Gore's pile. Palm Beach counters had no methodology for counting disputed ballots. Several paper ballots that had been destroyed in the machine counting process were "re-created" by officials or volunteers. And Klayman found a few ballots where chads had been scotch-taped to the back of the cards.

Aren't you Palm Beach County residents proud of your elections commission? Aren't you happy your tax dollars are being used to pay for Carol Roberts' and Theresa LePore's crusade to give Al Gore the presidency?

Democrats are spinning the losing battle in Florida. They're claiming "intimidation" by Republican protesters caused the Miami-Dade County canvassing board to decide not to conduct a full manual recount of contested ballots. Top Democrats and Gore campaign officials called the protests a "near-riot" and congressional Democrats have asked the Justice Department to investigate.

Miami-Dade Elections Supervisor David Leahy told the

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