The Betrayal of America: How the Supreme Court Undermined the Constitution & Appointed BUSH as president
One thing is for sure. Irrespective of the result reached by the newspapers, we know that more Floridians INTENDED to vote for Mr Al Gore than BUSH on November 7, 2000. The confusing butterfly ballot in Palm Beach county resulted in literally thousands of people erroneously voting either for Pat Buchanan, or Mr Al Gore and Pat Buchanan (the latter situation, called an "overbite," rendered their ballot invalid).
Absent this confusion, Mr Al Gore would EASILY have won Florida and there wouldn't have been any Supreme Court decision in BUSH v. Mr Al Gore for us to be talking about. But apart from that, NO one, not even the rabid right-wing of the Republican Party, would quarrel with the proposition that if, for example, a person premeditated the murder of a fellow human being by blowing him up in his car, but for whatever reason the explosive did not detonate, that person is unquestionably just as evil and black-hearted as he would be if his mission had not failed.
Not even Almighty God can change the past, so regardless of the findings of the newspapers, the conduct of the five CONSERVATIVE justices (REHNQUIST, SCALIA, KENNEDY ...) of the Supreme Court in BUSH v. Mr Al Gore remains the same. That conduct was either criminal or it was not. And if it was, a subsequent finding that BUSH won the Florida vote CANNOT diminish, even one iota, the criminality of their act.
Author: Mr Vincent Bugliosi
Publisher: Nation Books; 2nd Paperback Edition edition (May 4, 2001)
Undermined (常指逐漸地) 削弱信心、權威等，損害
the Constitution of the United States《美國憲法》
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