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Newslinks for 11/8/2000

Something smells terrible in Florida
Submitted by: Riverheart

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By now, we've all heard about the ballot box being found in a (Demo area) church this morning. Turns out there's MORE; this is news from Florida that I haven't seen on the national sites yet.

"Several ballot boxes were reportedly found Wednesday morning at three elementary schools and at a gated community in Palm Beach County."

The supervisor of elections in Palm Beach County is a Democrat, according to messages on this news-site's boards.

Republicans retain control of Senate
Submitted by: Riverheart

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"With winners declared in 33 of the 34 races at stake, Republicans will have at least a 50-48 margin in the Senate. Still too close to call was the race in Washington state, where former Rep. Maria Cantwell was challenging incumbent Sen. Slade Gorton.

"Republicans would maintain control in case of a 50-50 split, no matter who wins the White House."

As of this morning, Gorton is just slightly edging Cantwell out, but it's still to close to call final.

Dead Man Edges Incumbent in Missouri
Submitted by: Riverheart

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"The late Democratic Gov. Mel Carnahan held a 50 percent to 49 percent lead over GOP Sen. John Ashcroft as results began rolling in from St. Louis, a Democratic stronghold.

"Carnahan's 66-year-old widow, Jean, became the implicit challenger when she declared herself strong enough to accept appointment to a two-year Senate term.

"You have stayed the course; you have kept the faith; you have carried our hopes and dreams," she told supporters."

Some dream - more like a nightmare.

Republicans retain control of House
Submitted by: Riverheart

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"With two races still undecided early Wednesday, Republicans picked up enough Democratic seats to offset their losses and win the 218 seats necessary for control. Democrats had needed a net gain of at least eight seats to regain the majority they lost in 1994."


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Texas Gov. George W. Bush has won election to the White House,
ABCNEWS projects.

I knew it all along. But its too bad about Hiliary.

The First Post-Clinton Scandal
Submitted by: Melissa

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The California Democratic Party paid for the mailing of an 11th-hour Bill Clinton campaign letter to unregistered, non-citizens, urging them to use a bogus "Voter Identification Card" at the polls yesterday.

According to CNN reporter Mark Marino, Democratic Party officials denied even the existence of the mailer, which is reproduced here for the world to see:

Voter Fraud in South Florida
Submitted by: Clifford J. Petersen

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"The same thing happened in Mayor Daley's Chicago in 1960 when, in the wee hours, votes were manufactured." And who is Gore's campaign chairman?


Petition to restore the Constitution and the Bill of Rights
Submitted by: hunter

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An online petition calling in part for:

"an immediate moratorium [...] enactment,
and enforcement of all laws, ordinances, regulations and
executive orders, unless the government official proposing
said legislation or issuing such order can cite, from the
Constitution [...], the Article and Section that authorizes
such action. Furthermore, we call on our elected officials
to repeal all current laws and regulations that infringe, violate,
or negate our rights as free men and women."

Colorado and Oregon Voters Overwhelmingly Close "Gun-Show Loophole"
Submitted by: Private Transfers

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HCI's report is happy-go-lucky, but this is not a good sign for gun owners. The private transfer "loophole" is the last stronghold for keeping some of our guns off of government lists. Sad day for Oregonians and Coloradoans. Makes me want to puke...and SHOOT.

 QUOTES TO REMEMBER disarm the people - that was the best and most effectual way to enslave them. George Mason, 3 Elliot, Debates at 380.

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