Since so much time was invested in measuring the drapes for his Senate chamber, it’s hard to let go: so it's on to the Supreme Court, for what will surely be a long ordeal.
"The purpose of the legal action is to ensure that the integrity of the vote is upheld."
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I don’t buy it: championing “election integrity” in the context of anything related to Joe Miller just isn’t worth cheerleading. Seriously, letting Miller et al anywhere near any ballots for any reason whatsoever is completely insane, especially given his demonstrated propensity for vote tampering, not to mention amongst his supporters.
Also, there is absolutely no more reason to trust any “hand-counted” tally than one from a corrupt electronic system – both are under the auspices of an incompetent and equally corrupted Division of Elections. Fraud is fraud, and a cheat is a cheat, and this is the absolute wrong horse to back in this race, and in this latest Hail Mary effort.
Miller, as he has proven consistently throughout his history, is ultimate, hypocritical purity troll. If this was really about some patriotic concern over doing right for the state, he would quit trying to
Besides, even if Diebold Elections Systems does ultimately (and legally) own the Alaskan vote, a full forty-eight percent of voters - never mind the number of eligible voters who are not even registered - in Alaska spoke loud and clear about their choice… by simply not bothering to vote. Not having any Senator at all, or at least one less, would certainly be poetic justice, but that’s probably just my closet anarchist showing again.