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Will Revenge Still Decide This Election?

Wednesday, 29 November 2000 12:00 AM

It has been said, "Revenge is a meal best served cold."

Who knows when rejection will fuel a sense of bitterness and a longing for redemption.

And who really knows if one’s official actions are motivated by duty – or by a desire to "get back at" someone for a perceived slight or, even worse, an act of outright rejection?

Yesterday in a Leon County Circuit Court the soon-to-be-famous Seminole County absentee ballot case was assigned to Judge Nikki Ann Clark. The very first motion she entertained from the Bush lawyers was to consolidate this case into the ‘contest’ case being held down the hall in another courtroom – and in front of

Judge Clark rejected that motion and hurried the case along. She set next Wednesday, December 6, as the trial date. She estimated that the trial might be completed in one day.

This is a simple case: GOP campaign workers in Seminole County were given access to voter roles and thus added voter ID numbers to absentee ballot applications. The law is clear: Only the voter, a family member or a legal guardian may fill out an absentee ballot application.

According to one lawyer NewsMax talked to, "This is a simple, dry case. It’s the kind of case judges like. Straight law. Either the law was broken or not. If so, it’s a felony – and the law has been tightened up in Florida against this type of thing in the past two years since the absentee debacle in Miami."

The potential remedy? To throw out

You can bet that Jeb Bush is nervous over this case.

Less than one month ago he rejected an appointment to the Circuit Court of Appeals of none other than … Nikki Ann Clark!

Now it might be her turn. She has it in her power to reverse the entire presidential election!

Do you think the word "revenge" has crossed her mind?

Do you think her "meal" is still slightly warm less than a month after a humiliating rejection?

We – and Jeb and W – may find out next week.

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