The Broken Policy Promises of W. Bush, Clinton, and Obama
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Governor Bush has offered a comprehensive reform agenda that will ensure that every child is educated; lift the income tax burden on Americans; save and strengthen social security; and revitalize our military.
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Accordingly, the appropriate remedy (at least if time is no constraint) is to remand the case to the Florida courts to decide which uniform standard should apply. At this point, Gore�s prospects have to improve. The Florida Supreme Court made painfully clear that it held that the clear intention of the voter was the touchstone of Florida�s election law. It takes little imagination that, if it had been forced to adopt a uniform standard for all punch-card ballots, the Florida Supreme Court could leap to that standard that maximized the number of undervotes that were included in the final tally. It was not just chance that Broward County had produced 567 net Gore votes and Palm Beach County only around 200. No one could be certain that this change in the rules of the game would have erased the slender Bush advantage, but it surely would have been possible.