Did anyone catch Fox News Sunday yesterday? This exchange blew me away. It's between Chris Wallace and Eric Holder, former deputy attorney general under President Clinton and now a member of the DNC Election Protection Advisory Task Force.
WALLACE: And, Mr. Holder, do you have any concerns about holding up the election, delaying it for days or weeks or months, if that's what's necessary to solve some problems?
HOLDER: We are prepared to do that which we have to do to ensure that everybody who wants to cast a vote gets that opportunity and that everybody who casts a vote has their vote counted.
If that happens, I'm quite confident that we won't be talking about two days and three days. By election night...
WALLACE: But you're going to have teams of lawyers to make sure it does happen. And if it doesn't, you're ready to spring into action?
HOLDER: If that is necessary.
But, as I said, if every vote is allowed to be cast, and if every vote is counted, John Kerry will be president within a day of that election.
WALLACE: Well, I don't know how you can guarantee that.
HOLDER: You heard it right here. If every vote is allowed to be cast and every vote is counted, John Kerry will be president.
In other words, no other election outcome will be deemed acceptable, no matter what. Either Kerry wins, or the teams of lawyers go into action. For as long as it takes.
You know what? Just as soon as this election is over, I'm changing my party registration. A Democrat since 1972 . . . well, I'm done.