TO DOGPILE — might be the second in a series, but I can’t be bothered to check.
Whyinhell do all the reports on the
Franken attempted election theft — er, Minnesota recount — report on what, wherefor, and whether the campaigns can come to agreement on what votes are and-slash-or may be are not valid? I thought the state government set the rules. Why aren’t the campaigns being TOLD what votes are valid?
Or do I misunderstand something about elections? Isn’t the function of the state to serve as a referee? If it can’t fulfill that function, isn’t it failing a primary fiduciary obligation? Isn’t it, in effect, bankrupt? Requiring re-organization?
Bite your tongue, grrl!