The Massachusetts Democrat, Bush's challenger in
November, spoke at Boston's annual Martin Luther
King Day Breakfast. He reiterated that he decided
not to challenge the election results, but "thousands
of people were suppressed in the effort to vote."
Disenfranchisement: Did you see anyone with dogs and guns stopping people from the voting booths? Nope, there weren't any. Now the lefties are going for a "technical lynching" in re skewing the term "voter disenfranchisement".
GOP also has serious issues with some areas as to how votes were handled.
HOWEVER, the difference between the two parties:
GOP will investigate and work to remedy problems.
Dems will activize to raise a "people's mob" to demand corrective "action".
You know, I really don't know why the socialists refer to themselves as the "Socialist Workers Party"; when they don't seem to actually put in much elbow grease. Maybe it only means to flap lips and scream. But Worker's Party? I never got that; and probably because I never see Socialists actually trying to do work -- but moresoever to devise schemes to get OUT of actually working while demanding the others do the work to support the "Worker's Party".