It occurs to me that Edward’s incredibly classless comment about all the votes being counted may be a good thing. Ohio will probably come in more strongly for Bush.
But it also points out that there really may be some further unfinished business from this election.
There was apparently significant vote fraud in Wisconsin, based on hearsay from people there, and in Pennsylvania, ditto. Wisconsin in particular was so close it may have been “stolen”. MoveOn.Org was supposedly actually electioneering and intimidating people in the polling places in some places in WI.
As I said, I did not see this myself.
Nonetheless, these issues should be investigated. If they are found to be true or likely to be true an investigation and prosecution of (1) vote fraud and (2) illegal “coordination” between 527 organizations and the Democrat Party should be a priority. I have not researched whether this should be or can be done by the relevant State AGs or by the DOJ under Ashcroft or his successor. Whoever has the authority to enforce the law on these issues should do so.
The Democrats seem to need a brush-back pitch. To be fair, if any GOPers were doing this stuff, hammer them as well. But I don’t think that is a big part of the equation. The midterm elections are not far off. Pushing back on these shenanigans could be very important. Defending the process is very important.