Re: [sixties-l] Gore v. Bush

From: Ted Morgan (
Date: Wed Jun 21 2000 - 20:15:10 CUT

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    Interesting, Stew. I have to say, Gore is quite clearly part of the problem
    --not just dull. That's why I'm working for and going to vote for Ralph Nader
    for President. He ain't perfect, but at least he's in the ballpark of being part
    of the solution, not of the problem. I urge folks to check out
    & other sites I can pass along.
    For the record, re. our "2-party system" a Democrat or Republican needs 2000
    signatures to qualify for the primary ballot. A 3rd party candidate has to
    collect 23,000 legitimate signatures (that will be challenged, combed over, etc.
    by party flacks) to get on the Nov. ballot. Hmmmm.
    Maybe you ought to put the Nader links on your web page, too, Stew!

    Ted Morgan wrote:

    > <snip?
    > Agreed Gore is an inaction toy. But he'll make the country five percent
    > better. And with luck he'll find his own private Lewinsky and strive for six.
    > Having him in the oval office is the best the short run has to offer. And we
    > deserve it. We shouldn't have been caught napping at the wheel of power.
    > The long run is our hope. Our patience is running out. There are scripts
    > to be written at parts to be cast. The play has been named democracy. Let's
    > do the producing for the hell of it. Everybody having a really good time is
    > the American dream.

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