Author: Prof. Leland Milton Goldblatt (---.dsl.spfdil.ameritech.net)
Date: 02-14-04 12:41
WASHINGTON, DC — While polls conducted to measure how President Bush
would fare against Democratic contenders in the election this November
showed a tightening of the race, with several polls showing Kerry
beating Bush, the President's political advisors were still confident
that the President had a solid majority among US Supreme Court
"Let's face it," said an administration political strategist who asked
to be identified only as 'Karl,' "the real election won't be fought in
Pennsylvania, Michigan or Florida. "We know we'll end up in a disputed
result again and that this contest will be decided where it should be,
in the US Supreme Court."
"We focused our resources on the Court, "said 'Karl.' "We've done a
direct mailing campaign to the Justice's homes. We're running ads on
the TV channels they watch. In order to make sure we reach Clarence
Thomas, we've taken the unusual step of running ads on his favorite
@!#$ pay-per-view channel. We're also doing some pioneering
campaigning over the internet. We're all over the sites Thomas visits
-- you can guess what they are -- and we also have pop up ads on the
women's lingerie sites that Anton Scalia regularly buys from."
"We're putting in place a field organization to get out the vote.
We'll have limos and drivers standing by outside each of the Justices'
homes to make sure they get to the court.
"Last time we won 9-0. This year, our private polls indicate we've
slipped a bit, due to opposition to the Iraq war and resentment over
having to sit through the State of the Union addresses, but we are
still ahead 7-2. Come election day, there's only one poll that counts,
and that the Supreme Court's."
---Prof. Leland Milton Goldblatt, Ph.D.
® Reverend Chancellor Leland Milton Goldblatt Ph.D. ED.D. M.F.A,
D.Div. M.Theo .
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