by Vice President
December 13, 2000
"I regret that I didn't get the chance to stay and fight for the
American people over the next four years, especially for those who need burdens
lifted and barriers removed, especially for those who feel their voices have not
been heard. I heard you and I will not
[DNC Chair Joe Andrew on Al Gore's Concession]
"People all over America have called us, written us, emailed us, faxed us and
shown up on our doorstep to pledge their support for the principles and priorities
for which we stand. Last evening, Al Gore expressed his admiration and thanks
and said he would not forget them.
We must not forget either.
We must not forget the millions of people whose
voices were thwarted. We must not forget the people who were turned away from their precincts, the people who were denied their most sacred right. We must not
forget those who have been disenfranchised and suppressed disproportionately
because of their race, their religion, or their geography. We must never give up the
fight for the bedrock principle of our democracy that every vote counts and every
vote should be counted."
Brain dead mutants
attack a canvassing
board in a small
New DNC Releases
of Billy Jack
Rebel, Jesse Jack,
"keeps hope alive"
voters in a small
The Grinch Who
Spoiled The Election,
starring Ralph Nader
A Green party
voters in GoreVille.