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smoogatz Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-14-05 09:59 AM
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11. What in my post gave you that impression?
I think the integrity of the electoral process is probably the most important issue facing any democracy. I'm just pointing out that this country has never been pure and good in that regard--it's not like this has never happened before, and we shouldn't be surprised that it's happening again. Those who are in denial have short memories. And a lot of people would argue with you about Texas in 1960--there were numerous allegations of vote fraud there, too. LBJ was a master of Texas power politics--the Tom DeLay of his day. Kennedy didn't pick LBJ as his running mate because of his bubbly personality, after all
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