The Senate and House are currently debating whether the electoral votes should be counted for Ohio. Now mind you there are only 3 states that could change the outcome of the election. Texas, Florida, and Ohio. All the other states would leave at least 271 electoral votes. The margin of victories for those 3 states are, Texas - 1.7 million votes, Florida - 381,000 votes, and then there's Ohio with a still large 118,000 vote lead. Now how ironic is it that the Democrats chose to go after the one state that has the smallest Bush lead of the 3 states that could theoretically change who won the election...
But of course this isn't an attempt to change the election is it? Oh and what else? They claim that there is a computer in the white house that changed the vote of punch cards, but they do not show the fact that a democratic voter was paid in crack cocaine
to submit phony voting registrations, sometimes giving 25 different addresses for the same person, or the group A.C.O.R.N.
which submitted over 250,000 illegal voter registration forms.
As I watch these debates I notice one thing, Every time the Republicans have their 5 minutes, when the time expires, they politely say thank you and sit down, however when the Democrats speak and their time expires the Speaker for the House has to repeatedly slam his hammer down and tell them to sit down, sometimes 4 and 5 times. It is an example of classic liberal Democrat behavior. They feel like they know everything and that if you don't agree with them, then you don't deserve to listen to anything except what they believe.