The Supreme court was brought in after the Florida Supreme court overstepped it's own authority at the Democrats request, they ruled for a second recount that was not specifically stated by law and in the middle of the election recount changed the qualifications for what the vote was and wasn't on the punch cards. The SCOTUS sent the judgement back to them to amend their decision and the FLSC decided to let their original(and illigitimate) decision stand, so the SCOTUS had to rule in President Bush's favor as per Florida state electoral law, a fact which Democrat leaders conveniently forget to tell the nation when they speak about 2000.Kenneth T. Cornelius said:If you recall, Georgie Porgie went running right to the Supreme Court in 2000. I hadn't realized until now that he was a liberal.
vauge said:If the person you vote for President is not the person that gets elected.
How will you react?
The problems would have affected both sides, however, so that doesn't excuse creating election law in the middle of an election. It still sounds like political poor sportsmanship to me and was started by the left.MikeyC said:The reason it was brought to the courts was because there were many problems with Florida's election.There isn't anywhere else to go IMO, I'll probably just shoot myself in the head and get it over with, might as well use my second amendment rights before another Clinton goes on a rampage against them again.I know my conservative friend and his family are leaving the country if Hilary is elected.Not me, not this batch of Dems anyway.I hope that after '08, the Democrats will control at least one part of the government, but not all parts of the government. Same goes for Republicans.Don't take offense to this, but I truly feel that the current generation of Democrat leadership is more dangerous to our American way of life than having total control of government by Republicans(who, unfortunately, aren't much better).If either party establishes absolute control, like the Republicans have now, our country will not fare too well.