Good News for Who?

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Florida 2018 Election Recount 2
Good News for Who?

USA –-( Good News for Who?

Broward County, FL missed the deadline to turn in their recount total by yes, just two minutes. That means the new totals get thrown away. The Republican Rick Scott is claiming they did it on purpose because his numbers would have improved.

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  • 10 thoughts on “Good News for Who?

    1. Incompetence is the word that pops into my mind when I think of the two counties in Fla. that have no one that can count.
      Then again, it might be the need of democrat votes outweighed their judgement of honesty. See how nice I stated that.

      1. The dead, felons and non-citizens are all qualified voters. We must count every vote even the ones by people bused precinct to precinct.

    2. Looking from the outside in. The election system in America is starting to resemble a third world country.
      Now, can someone correct me if I’m wrong, but ALL elected officials in the U.S swear an oath to the country and or the constitution?
      So if they don’t uphold that oath isn’t that TREASON?
      And if so why haven’t they been charged?

      1. @keith, That is a good observation and makes sense because so many of the voters came from third world countries.
        Yes, they swear an oath, but there is no penalty for violating that oath. Treason is defined in the U.S. Constitution, and violating one’s oath of office is not it.

        1. Wild Bill,
          Mate, that’s a real shame. I reckon if any nation got a hold of any of their corrupt public office holders and publicly tried and executed a couple the rest of them would pull their heads in and start doing the jobs that were elected to do.
          Politicians seem to have forgotten the simple concept that they are there, in office, to carry out the will of the majority of the people. Not the other way round!
          And yes we have the same situation with our elected leaders here!

          1. @keith, Oh, you are Austrailian. I trained with the “Black Horse” regiment (I believe it was called”. Their flag was a big red field with the silhouette of a horse on it. Do you know them? A tough and dependable bunch that Austrailian army.
            Our founders were very aware of how the king of England used the charge of Treason to get rid of anyone that he did not like, for nearly any kind of behavior. So our founding fathers defined Treason very narrowly in our Constitution. You can find that definition at U.S. ConstitutionArticle III, Section 3, clause 1.

            1. The light horse were mounted infantry and have their origins pre 1900 and are still at it today. They landed at Gallipoli and were involved in a minor argument at Beersheba. Two of my ancestors were at Gallipoli with them and are still there.
              And you wont get any arguments from me about our army. I was in the Royal Australian Regiment (infantry) for 20 years.
              We have a great ongoing relationship with you guys in some “interesting arguments” for the last 100 years.

    3. RE Broward County elections, how can it be that what looks like a duck, quacks, walks and flies like a duck really isn’t a duck? Major levels of incompetency should be rewarded with job removal, not rewards. “Might be racist” is a favorite complaint by those caught with their hand in the cookie jar.

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