50 8th ave voting headquarters are trying to decide our vote. we are concerned about the supreme court appointees/pro-choice etc, as well as getting nader his 5%.
what to do?
drat fink, bill and all please advise
- Skinny 10-30-2000 12:50 am

new york and new jersey are polling solid for gore so i would vote for nader. check out nadertrader for more input or abcnews for a state by state rundown. undernews also has his breakdown but who the hell can understand it. and if your feeling guilty about the supremes remember that the senate confirms, the executive only nominates candidates so a vote for hillary should mean just as much as for gorp.
- dave 10-30-2000 2:55 am [add a comment]

  • DF what do you mean***so a vote for hillary should mean just as much as for gorp.
    - Skinny 10-30-2000 6:36 am [add a comment]

    • the number of democrats in congress, specifically the senate, is as important with regards to the makeup of the supreme court as the president, or this is my spin on the process, because they ultimately vote up or down on a candidate for the court, although i plead general ignorance to the specifics of the selection process. so maintaining a democratic seat in new york could be considered as vital as choosing a democratic president although thats probably as stretch.
      - dave 10-30-2000 8:41 am [add a comment]

      • Hill would replace Patrick Moynahan for Democratic status quo in NY. I'm down with Daves logic (same for NJ where I live) which seems to be the straight Green party line at this point. Isn't this the party for people like us ? The people we have always been ?
        - bill 10-30-2000 5:54 pm [add a comment]

linda this is what i thought...
- Skinny 10-30-2000 3:35 am [add a comment]

Or you could try to swap your vote.
- jim 10-30-2000 2:44 pm [add a comment]

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