Meanwhile, In Ohio

John Kerry is asking county elections officials to allow his witnesses
to inspect the 92,000 ballots cast in Ohio in which no vote for
president was recorded, a Kerry lawyer said Sunday night.

Still not proof of fraud or problems.(hat tip to the Captains Quarters and Drudge) People messing up their ballots is their own damm fault. This is not Bush’s fault. Try and take some personal responsibility, people. Oh, wait a minute. For the most part, the people of Ohio are. How often do you read a story about Ohioans complaining about the Election? Not often. The only stories that show up in the national news are ones by the MSM’s, which do not include quotes from outraged Ohioans. As Captain Ed writes, "we saw the playbook four years ago." The Democrat Party are trying to invalidate and/or delegitimize W’s re-election.

I will write this again: it is a losing proposition.

campaign supports the recount, while Bush’s campaign has criticized it,
but both sides agree it won’t change the outcome of the election.

There you go. It won’t change the outcome. All it will do is make the Democratic party look like poor losers to the swing voters. Those are the people that have to be wooed. And they generally do not care for this type of partisan politics. Kerry was a poor candidate. Even Michael Moore said so. The fact that he did so well was based on "anybody but Bush," not because he was a good candidate. 2008? Please. The man will be forgotten as a legitimate 2008 candidate by 2006.

And, if there was such widespread irregularities, why look at only a few, handpicked counties? Sour grapes. Now, to be fair, this is not all Democrats, nor do all Dems even support this. Many friends of mine, and others I have talked to and read, including on forums and blogs, say it is over, move on. But they aren’t the ones getting the airplay nor having their opinions listened to.

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