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They assert that media must ask detailed questions on Bush's role, documented in the article from phone logs and emails, in slow-walking the 2000 election recount, and suppressing Democratic votes earlier, until the election was stopped by the Supreme Court.
TIE: Are you surprised, given everything the United States has gone through, including an unprecedented election recount, the Fed's slashing of short-term interest rates, the bursting of the equity bubble, and all the rest, that the dollar has not gone into a free fall in relative terms?
On Sunday, Baker, secretary of state from 1989 to 1992 in the elder Bush's administration and a key adviser to the president during the 2000 presidential election recount in Florida, argued in a guest column in The New York Times that Bush should not unilaterally initiate military action and instead should seek new authorization from the U.
The state brought in the machines after outlawing their old punch card systems in the wake of the 2000 US presidential election recount debacles.
In order to avoid such problems in the future, Judge Burton stressed the importance of the Florida Legislature adopting uniform election recount standards.
Johnson, a principal with Highland Capital Brokerage, said clients have postponed decisions on large purchases, initially because of the presidential election, then the Florida election recount and then to wait for the outcome of potential estate-tax modifications.
Yet most observers expect no major action until the resolution of the bitter presidential election recount between Democratic Vice President Al Gore and Republican Texas Gov.
THOUSANDS of voters protested last night as the US election recount saga descended deeper into farce.
This Is Not Florida is the behind-the-scenes saga of the largest, longest, and most expensive election recount in American history.
Presidential Campaign Media Has Ignored Questions On Bush's Role, To Which He Says "Has No Clue" But Documented In Article With Phone Logs and Emails, In Slow-Walking 2000 Election Recount, and Suppressing Votes Earlier, Until Election Stopped By Supreme Court
Bush battled before the Florida Supreme Court over whether the presidential election recount should be allowed to continue.
Republican behavior during three major national traumas of late--the impeachment of Bill Clinton, the 2000 Florida election recount, and the invasion of Iraq--was strikingly similar: In each case, their leaders rammed ahead, using means fair and foul, to reach a preordained outcome.