Comments: Bush NOT on Illinois election ballot

Figures. I remember this issue being raised months ago... and the dems saying ever-so-graciously that they would NOT to block getting Bush on the ballots. Lying weasels.

Posted by Deb at June 7, 2004 04:13 PM

It is a pity that no one in the RNC looked at this prior to scheduling the convention. Granted, it is not a big loss. Being on or off the ballot makes little difference in the outcome in Illinois. But it is pretty stinky. I wonder if this might make a difference in other states, if people got riled up about it.

My hunch is that he will be on the IL ballot in the end.

Posted by King of Fools at June 7, 2004 06:09 PM

This still poses some problems--if Bush does not appear on the ballot he will miss out on something like 2 million votes (what he got in 2000). He could easily lose the popular vote then and win the presidency, which would set the moonbats howling again.

Posted by Pat Curley at June 8, 2004 06:17 PM

If you are worried about it, just write in his name on the ballot. You can still do that, right?

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