KARL ROVE: He’s not doing a very good job of distinguishing between universal mail-in balloting, which means you send a ballot to everybody on the voter list, including, for example, in Nevada, 200,000 people in Clark County, Nevada, Las Vegas who no longer live at those addresses. The Post Office said they’ve moved, they no longer live at those addresses. He’s not done a good job of distinguishing between that and what we have traditionally done, which as you request an absentee ballot and you get it sent to you through the mail. And the latter is fine. We got the systems in place to handle it. We don’t have the systems in place to handle the other thing, which is what we’ve seen in Nevada, whipsawed in New York, seen it in California. There are five states that vote by mail, all of the votes and they do a good job of it, but as the secretary of state of Washington state, one of those states, said, it took them five years to put those positions in place to do it accurately and data that we are going to send out ballots to people on those lists are inactive voters who have not voted for the last six years in whom the post office has said don’t ever those addresses is wrong and a disaster in the making.