AUTHOR: Slublog DATE: 1/12/2005 09:14:00 AM ----- BODY: Inevitable Accepted - The moonbats still protesting President Bush's Ohio victory have finally dropped the case.
Three dozen voters challenging the presidential election results in the Ohio Supreme Court asked to drop their lawsuit Tuesday, saying it is moot with last week's certification of the electoral vote and the upcoming inauguration.
Yeah, the guy you hate getting inaugurated kind of puts a damper on the whole 'overturning a legitimate election through whining' thing.
Without giving specifics, attorney Cliff Arnebeck said challenges of the results would continue in state or federal courts. But he conceded that there was nothing available now to try to prevent Bush's inauguration. "We are not quitting. We are going on to any other forum that's available and we intend to pursue those avenues aggressively," Arnebeck said.
We're not quitting! We're just...uh...taking a break. Yeah, a break. I love the quote. "We're going on to any other forum that's available..." I mean, really. How pathetic is that? It's an amazing admission of unrepentant obsessiveness.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson backed the lawsuit, alleging what he called "high-tech vote stealing" and holding rallies in Ohio and Washington in support of the effort.
How far Jesse has fallen. From Selma to Sandusky. Hugh Hewitt was right. If the vote had been any closer, these people would have tried to steal the election. The 118,000 vote margin in Ohio and the 300,000 vote margin in Florida threw cold water on those plans. Once again, a hearty thank you to Ohio Republicans. --------