Bob, not sure exactly what you want me to comment on, unless it’s specifically to Sendgop’s comment.
My first thought is to say that clearly, this isn’t a problem that exists only on one side.
I will say I’m not up on the details. I think I told you, we play CNN on a big TV at work, but there is no volume so I only get to read the occasional banner at the bottom of the screen, so I know a little, but not the details (other than what I skimmed though and read in this thread.
I will say, for the record, that unless we have confidence in our voting system (and clearly there is a lack of that on both sides), we are headed for rough waters as a nation. The peaceful transition of power is essential to a government of the people.
I’m not ok with lots of things that have taken place during this election and if Dems in Broward and Palm Beach county have violated the law, especially if there were overt attempts to block votes for a particular candidate, then the people involved should be punished to the fullest extent of the law.
Having said that, I think that Kemp in GA retaining his position overseeing the election system is dubious and creates the same sort of mistrust. I think requiring Indians in ND to get address, while not in itself an issue, but making it an issue right before an election, is a problem.
I’m not even hell bent on preventing voter ID laws (I live in VA with voter ID), I just think that every step should be taken to allow people to get those ID’s (though that is a discussion in itself).
Suffice it to say, we have a lot of work to do in creating elections that are beyond reproach and I think both sides should sit down when elections are years away and hash these issues out.