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lanparty Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Nov-03-04 12:37 AM
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51. They stole it in 2000 with eVoting ...

Hey they stole it in 2000 with eVoting and they got away with it. The 16,000 votes in Volusia county is NOTHING compared to what the Republicans have stole this time.

I don't care HOW silly the Kerry campaign looks. If we don't challenge these vote stealing machines NOW, it will be the end of democracy in America. They'll quadruple in 2006.

The shit-head pundits are all calling the states for Kerry. To them it's completely improbable and unthinkable to accuse the Republicans of full scale voting fraud.


Seriously, in 2 or 4 more years, we'll only have more shill conservative judges that will approve any and all results from these vote stealing machines.

Democracy in America is on the line. And dammit if the Democrats have to team with the military to fight Bush, THEY SHOULD!!! Because this is the LAST GASP OF DEMOCRACY.

OUR COUNTRY IS DYING AND BUSH IS BECOMING OUR FUHRER!!!!!!



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