So, ole Dubya finally finally wins

And you're still not happy

US Supremes hand White House to Dubya
US Supremes stop Florida re-counts

I've been impressed by your stuff even if you seem to prefer Al to GW, but as somebody else has pointed out that The Reg is not unbiased, that's why many of us read it.

Keep up the good work.

Alan



You can do better in your writing by not referring to Mr. Gore as "Bore" [How about 'whore' -Ed]. You are attempting, obviously, to convey your personal feelings about Mr. Gore to us all, but in a way which is childish and pointless. It detracts from whatever merit your writing otherwise might display. I'd like to suggest that your writing needs all the help you can give it, and that you can't afford to do anything in your writing which makes it any more mediocre than it already is.



Gene Mosher



In case you don't already know or you have some belief that you are impartial, this article interprets the Supreme Court results from a pro-Gore perspective. This isn't necessarily a bad thing (tm) since

The Register

isn't supposed to be impartial compared to a CNN type site, but I found it interesting.



Jim T.



You got the US Supremes decision wrong in your article. The most important item was "US Constitution Supersedes Fla. election Laws/Statutes". This is were the win was regardless of the outcome of the election. Fla. Statutes do allow for "Divining" of the voter intent Which clearly violates the 14th amendment "Due Process" and "Equal Protection" clauses. So... with a 7-2 vote the US Justices found constitutional problems.



Now the item of interest you seem to conveniently omit is that the Justices were divided down Ideological lines with Justice Stevens and Justice Ginsberg on the far left somewhere near your intentional bias!

It's not the way you write... it's your lock step read it from the AP.. and throw up words like adolescents throws up on there first good drunk... that bothers me. That and I suppose your left leaning bottle brush hubris that just sticks out to far.

I am surprised that The Register even allows you to write for them.

Regards,
Ron Davis

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