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posted by Carol Platt Liebau at 2:41 PM
Thanks for the link! Finally some truth in the mainstream!!!
You might want to read the article. Then try to refute it.Oh, no, wait -- the Republican party allowed 100 million people to vote freely, so they're allowed to steal one million votes.Hell, if the math is good enough for slaughtering children, it's got to be good for rigging an election.
I have to agree with the first line of the second commenter.There are far too many issues with the election, starting with the fact that it's the first time in the history of exit polling that the exit polls have been wrong by more than the statistical margin of error, and ending with the fact that across the nation, virtually every case of "malfunction" or "mistake" that's been uncovered just happened to go in favor of G.W. Bush and against J. Kerry.Either this election did not represent the true will of the people, or it's amazing in the extent of its statistical anomaly.Now, you may argue (as many have) that both sides have engaged in underhanded tactics to eke out a win for their side. And so perhaps this time it's merely the Democrats being annoyed because the Republicans were so much better at it than they were this time around.But the fact is that in a democracy, that's entirely wrong. In a democracy, the President is supposed to be the guy who the most citizens want, not the guy whose vote tally is the highest because his "team" managed the highest level of vote tampering.Liam.
Wrabkin wrote, "You might want to read the article. Then try to refute it."Why would Carol want to do something like that? You forget, Wrabkin, that reality has a liberal bias. Why would Carol want to take time out from her Murtha trashing? More importantly, why do the facts hate America?
Where are all the wingnuts commenting? Is Carol's blog infested with Moonbats like me?
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