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Re: [casi] Saddam grabs 100 percent of votes

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I must admit that I have wondered what the point of this sort of election is.
 Anai is not alone in her interests of what purpose this election serves.
Why conduct an election with only one candidate?
What do the people think of this exercise?
What does the government think of this exercise?

As to the US response, I am sure they could not care less.  I understand
Jimmy Carter watched Yasser Arafat recieve 88% of the 80% of registered
voters votes cast in Palestine.  This certainly has not curtailed the US
calling for regime change there.   But then 'Bush the Limited' recieved less
than half, of less than half of the registered voters votes in the US.

Roger Stroope
"Ideas are more powerful than weapons"
Austin College

"Individuals have international duties which transcend the national
obligations of obedience…Therefore [individual citizens] have the duty to
violate domestic laws to prevent crimes against peace and humanity from
occurring" -- Nuremberg War Crime Tribunal, 1950

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