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blm Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu May-25-06 09:01 PM
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11. That's basically my point. Some think conceding makes someone weak - but
ALOT of people concede - all the primary candidates conceded and none of them looked weak. Only at DU does conceding make a canddate look weak. The American people saw a close, hard-fought race that Bush was expected to win in a landslide just a year earlier. Of course, WE know he only won with voting tricks and machine fraud.

The American people know NOTHING about machine fraud. And there is no way to even track machine fraud AFTER it occurs because there is no trace on the rigged machines.

But, the next candidate better damn well make sure that the DNC is working to SECURE the voting machines BEFORE the next election.
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