Healing the Division

From San Diego

"John Kerry and George W. Bush ought to take a few minutes out of their schedule to have a heart to heart chat, much as Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy had six days after the 1960 presidential election.

"The Democrat and Republican should agree to accept the outcome of this year's presidential election, no matter how close, no matter which of the two candidates comes out on top. They also should forswear any post-election lawsuits. And they should urge their supporters to do the same."

Makes sense to me. In another word the candidates should agree on how to resolve election differences before they occur. A sort of election "pre-nuptual" instead of relying on lawyers. The last thing this nation need is for lawyers to take over the electoral process.

... However, i predict Bush by a majority of the popular votes and a significant majority of the electoral votes.

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