Monday, March 3, 2008

269 people--maybe just one--decided the 2000 election

One Supreme Court justice.

That was the real difference in the 2000 presidential election. If one person had resisted the campaign’s strong-arm tactics and decided differently, maybe the Bill of Rights would still be more than a list of suggestions. Or if just 269 people in Florida had voted differently, perhaps our young men and women wouldn’t be dying in the quicksand-box of the Middle East.

Such empty speculation will be the subject of fiction writers, not me. The purpose of this memoir is to expose the White House’s secret steps which led to this mess, the many unconstitutional actions this administration has taken, and to warn of the even more extreme measures likely to—

1 comment:

Camden Stone said...

So, why did you just stop?