Like 2000, Will the 2012 Election be Decided in a Courtroom?

Thousands of lawyers already deployed to battleground states.

The New York Times is reporting that thousands of lawyers from all around the country have already been deployed to battleground states. The reason - to be in place should there be a need Tuesday to contest each vote. According to the polls, the vote is so close at this point in the race that nobody is sure of the outcome. The NY Times reports that Democrats have 2,500 lawyers in Ohio alone, 600 of them just in Cuyahoga County.

Each party is expressing fear of sabotage and is taking advanced steps to make sure nothing illegal prevents their guy from winning.

Do you expect to know who the successful presidential candidate is by Wednesday morning or do you expect another 2000? Should that happen, how do you feel about dealing with any more highly-charged presidential politics?

Mr. B November 07, 2012 at 07:31 PM
But Obama is an "other." He even embraces it. So it can't be denied. The division of America is a Democratic party phenomenon. "Middle class, wealthy, poor" are all Dem regurgitations. "Americans" is a Republican program, no divisions. Just a desire for true equality.
Good Grief Y'all November 07, 2012 at 11:58 PM
I would expect nothing less than such a comment from you, John B. You're so original. Google doesn't write the articles. But you can find a hell of a lot more by searching there that will lead to the truth than relying on Fox and the right-wing breitbart-type crap.
Good Grief Y'all November 08, 2012 at 12:00 AM
If you want nice, TO, you should play nice. You don't.
Watts November 08, 2012 at 09:34 AM
Boy, you really did miss my point, didn't you?
Good Grief Y'all November 08, 2012 at 02:47 PM
"About $59 billion is spent on traditional social welfare programs. $92 billion is spent on corporate subsidies. So, the government spent 50% more on corporate welfare than it did on food stamps and housing assistance in 2006." http://thinkbynumbers.org/government-spending/corporate-welfare/corporate-welfare-statistics-vs-social-welfare-statistics/


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