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    Why Do Dems Still Whine About Bush/Gore 2000?

    Do you guys forget who really became president without a majority vote? In 1992, Bill Clinton got 43% of the vote:

    Nominee: Bill Clinton /// George Bush /// Ross Perot
    Popular vote: 44,909,806 /// 39,104,550 /// 19,743,821
    Percentage: 43.0% /// 37.4% /// 18.8%

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._presid...

    If Bush had won, what would things have looked like? Bush 2 probably would NOT have been elected, as his election was partially a backlash against Clinton. Who knows what things would be like today?

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    Al Gore is a sore loser, Bush played by the Rules, Whenever the Democrats lose its always somebody elses fault like bad ballots or State Troopers stopping minorities from voting

    I know you don't see republicans whining about Ross Perot who got 17% of the vote and helped Clintoon win

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    Every time the Democrats put themselves in a position to win, with the near full support of the populace, they hire a nit wit to be their best foot forward.
    They have a bizarre compulsion for snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.
    As soon as they begin to take responsibility for thier own failings, watch out, they really will win.


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