So what might $10 million buy besides a recount? Daily Bullshit, November 30, 2016

Oil prices

Nayla Razzouk, Angelina Rascouet, and Golnar Motevalli, “OPEC Confounds Skeptics, Agrees to First Oil Cuts in 8 Years,” Bloomberg, November 30, 2016, https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-11-30/opec-said-to-agree-oil-production-cuts-as-saudis-soften-on-iran


Horse race

Greg Palast, “The No-BS Inside Guide to the Presidential Vote Recount,” Truthout, November 30, 2016, http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/38553-the-no-bs-inside-guide-to-the-presidential-vote-recount

Rebecca Savransky, “Jill Stein files for recount in Michigan,” Hill, November 30, 2016, http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/308124-jill-stein-files-for-recount-in-michigan

Daniel Strauss, “Jill Stein files for Michigan recount,” Politico, November 30, 2016, http://www.politico.com/story/2016/11/jill-stein-files-for-michigan-recount-232015

6 thoughts on “So what might $10 million buy besides a recount? Daily Bullshit, November 30, 2016

  1. I’m pretty sure I saw that Jill Stein’s new fundraising target for the recount was $9.6 million. And all this, if I understand correctly, for a procedure that will not uncover malfeasance of the sort primarily suspected.

  2. In that Truthout article that maybe you, maybe someone else, pointed to, it’s pretty clear the money has to go to the recounts: http://greybeard95a.com/38j

    I don’t know what happens to any that’s left over. Yes, it’s a huge amount of money. It’s also, it would seem, a very expensive thing to do. I just don’t buy that it will settle the questions that are being asked most loudly and I don’t buy that it’s a good use for the money.

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