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October 16, 2009



Agreed, justice denied here. I also wonder how 20 days to figure out how to count 2000 votes is related to "decisive." Isn't this the military? I think they can handle counting 2000 votes and returning the answer in a timely manner.

Also, is simply admitting the mistake and saying we will still count your vote even though it doesn't count, constitute protecting their right to vote? Their right to vote also includes the right for their vote to be counted towards the election? I don't see any rights protected by this decision or any wins for the administration. It Makes them look even more unorganized.

An Old Judge

Justice delayed is justice denied. Being "decisive" when the problem is largely moot is not something to be trumpeting, but I guess the administration needs all the victories it can get about now.

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