Florida finals:
2,912,790 Bush
2,912,253 Gore

5825043 TOTAL 
Times 30 Seconds To Count Per Vote (average from Fox News) = 

174751290 Seconds OR 
2912521.5 Minutes OR 
48542.025 Hours OR 
2022.584375 24 Hour Man Days OR  
5393.5583333333333333333333333333 9 Hour Man  Days

Assuming we start on Nov 28th 2000, we have until Dec. 12, 2000 (Electoral College Meets) to count, OR 14 days. 

5393.6 days = round to 5394 days

How many men would it take to do the count in 14 days?
	It would take 1 man 5394 days, working 9 hour per day, to count all votes
	It would take _x_ men 14 days, working 9 hour per day, to count all votes

5825043 votes / 5394 days = 1079.9115 (round to 1080) votes counted per day.

5394 / 14 = 385.28571 (386 guys)

x counting 1080( 14 ) = 5825043
x counting 15120 = 5825043
x=5825043/15120=385.25416 (round to 386)

386 men * 1080 votes per day * 14days = 5836320

Then multiply by 3, reviewers for each ballot - democrat, republican and observer.
386 X 3 = 1158 (democrat, republican, observer)

1158 people counting for 9 hours a day for 14 days could count the entire state of florida.

Some definitions to keep in mind:
Main Entry: deśmocśraścy
                     Pronunciation: di-'m,-kr&-sE
                     Function: noun
                     Inflected Form(s): plural -cies
                     Etymology: Middle French democratie, from Late Latin democratia,
                     from Greek dEmokratia, from dEmos + -kratia -cracy
                     Date: 1576
                     1 a : government by the people; especially : rule of the majority b : a
                     government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and
                     exercised by them directly or indirectly through a system of
                     representation usually involving periodically held free elections

Main Entry: reśpubślic
                     Pronunciation: ri-'p&-blik
                     Function: noun
                     Etymology: French r,publique, from Middle French republique, from
                     Latin respublica, from res thing, wealth + publica, feminine of
                     publicus public -- more at REAL, PUBLIC
                     Date: 1604
                     1 a (1) : a government having a chief of state who is not a monarch and
                     who in modern times is usually a president (2) : a political unit (as a
                     nation) having such a form of government b (1) : a government in which
                     supreme power resides in a body of citizens entitled to vote and is
                     exercised by elected officers and representatives responsible to them
                     and governing according to law (2) : a political unit (as a nation) having
                     such a form of government c : a usually specified republican
                     government of a political unit 

"The margin of victory is smaller than the margin of error of our vote-counting technology."
- Charles Krauthammer, The Washington Post, 11/28/2000 in the article titled, "Time For Gore To Give It Up"