Margin of Litigation
I have received more than one invitation to attend Election Night gatherings this November, both with and without alcoholic celebration/consolation, but I fear I may have to decline them all. Not only am I no longer in a position, as I have been in the past, to defer my responsibilities for the day after, I also stand by my prediction that the time when the outcome of Presidential elections (and probably many others) could be definitively determined on the same day that the last votes were cast are over. Whether we ever iron out controversies over voting methods and fraud, there appears to be no systemic obstacle to litigating as many results as possible. The only thing that will be clear on Wednesday 03 November 2004 is that there has got to be a better way of doing this.
Posted by Eric Scharf at 10:39
Labels: Pox Vopuli
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