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Time for change Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-14-05 11:19 PM
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45. Well, I don't think that anyone knows just how many votes they were
capable of stealing -- except those who were in on it.

But you're right -- Gumbel, who so carefully thought out almost everything else he wrote in the book, when it came to the 2004 election he simply said that 100,000 would be too many to steal, and he didn't go into detail at all on how he concluded that.

Maybe his publisher told him that the only way he could get the book published would be to claim that the 2004 election wasn't stolen.
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