THE DEMS' LATEST CHALLENGE OF THE 2004 ELECTION RESULT MAY HAVE SEEMED FUTILE. BUT THOSE INVOLVED SEE IT AS A WIN FOR MORALITY

THE DEMS' LATEST CHALLENGE OF THE 2004 ELECTION RESULT MAY HAVE SEEMED FUTILE. BUT THOSE INVOLVED SEE IT AS A WIN FOR MORALITY

As a similar scene played out on the House floor yesterday, critics dismissed it as another exercise in futility. With the House and Senate both firmly in Republican hands, and many Democrats leery of being seen as sore losers, President George W. Bush's second official certification as the nation's president was a foregone conclusion. As expected, the challenge was defeated in both the House (267-31) and the Senate (74-1). But this time around, there was one important difference. Thirty-one...
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