Date: Thu 28 Nov 2002 - 03:08:34 GMT
> > > With help from Nader, I assume. I wonder how a state by state
> >> electoral college breakdown would show how much Nader's presence
> >> swayed the election in Dubya's favor. Did Buchanan pull all that
> >> much from Dubya to compensate?
> >We must also remember that neither Al Quaeda nor Saddam Hussein
> >were looming issues in the 2000 race; the 2002 mid-term elections, as
> >well as many different polls, clearly demonstrate the American
> >electorate's support for the Bush administration's policies vis-a-vis
> What do you mean, "vis-a-vis them"?
Al Quaeda and Saddam Hussein, of course. Can't you parse?
> JS Gilbert
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