Saturday, November 13, 2004


In this Southern Illinoisan story, Barack Obama says we make certain that all presidential votes are counted -- but he won't put on a tinfoil hat:
The senator-elect also address the disheartened tone of the Democrat party, following Sen. John Kerry's defeat.

"I know there are some people who are still concerned with voter irregularities," he said.

Obama said he assessed there were some problems with voting this election, just as there were in the 2000 election. Those are problems, he said, that obviously need to be fixed, so in 2008 people still are not discussing the issue.

"Having said all that, I do think George W. Bush won fair and square," Obama added.
I agree that Bush got more votes than Kerry... but "fair and square?"

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