Skip to comments.Alaska judge rules against Miller in Senate race
Posted on 12/11/2010 8:41:07 AM PST by SeattleBruce
"An Alaska Superior Court judge denied claims by Senate challenger Joe Miller that the state improperly tabulated votes that resulted in incumbent Lisa Murkowski pulling ahead as a write-in candidate last month...."
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Sorry, this is a duplicate thread to:
I looked up Miller in the search and the other post did not come up.
Oh good. I’ll post nearly the same on that thread.
Dear Admin: Please remove this thread. Please also note I did make an effort to find the latest news posted on the Joe Miller Senate challenge. “Miller” did not find the “BREAKING: Alaska Superior Court rules against Joe Miller” at the bottom of the front page news bar.
Check the UPI's headline on this: Alaska judge declares Murkowski the winner
Don’t sweat it, until people learn to post with meaningful key words, we’ll have dupes.
Too bad about Miller, but the fix was in. As Sarah Palin has told us, Alaska has it’s own “good ole boy network” that in this case closed ranks around the ruling class elitist Murkowski much as the ruling class progressive elitists did to make sure Alfranken stole his election. Notice any similarity here?
In a progressive society there is no room for antiquated notions like obeying laws.
Aha, I learned something about our wonderful search tool there - you absolutely need to put in the title category - as I just pushed through the ‘keyword’ Miller - which only brought up older Miller articles. OK then - duly noted and thank you A.A...:)
“Dont sweat it”
Thanks! And, it’s not over yet...:)
“Let me guess: Clinton appointee?”
Actually, a Palin appointee:
William Barker Carey - Ketchikan Superior Court
Appointed: December 7, 2008, by Governor Sarah Palin
Replaced: Judge Michael A. Thompson
First Retention: 2012
2008 Judicial Application
Voting for a "the" democrat was a waste of a vote anyway.. why not...
You little people need to learn your place.
The law is whatever we say it is.
Now pay your taxes, we need raises. :)
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