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zaj Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Oct-14-04 10:09 AM
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MSNBC Video: Republicans admitting to thrashing Dem registration forms
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Here's the link... spread it around...

http://home.comcast.net/~karl.kaufman/voterfraud1.wmv

(my original post below)

Did anyone else see this? Video clip was on headline news, looked to be a local Portland interviewer.

Was a young black kid who was asked if he was only taking Republican registration forms and throwing out the Dem ones by the reporter... he said:

(paraphrase)"I work for the Republicans, I'm just trying to keep my job... I'm a Democrat, but I'm just trying to keep my job working for the Republicans."(/paraphrase)

It's the most amazing video I've ever seen.

It totally encapsulates the entire election and the entire last 4 years into a 15 second sound bite. Sad to say that it would be the best campaign commercial the dems could possibly run, becuase it was so honest, and touched on all of the major issues of the campaign.

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