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IndyOp Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jun-30-06 07:30 PM
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1. You might want to squeeze RFK or Stolen Election 2004 in your title --
Edited on Fri Jun-30-06 07:34 PM by IndyOp
I want EVERYBODY to see this. :hi:

My favorite lines from WJC:

"...before I read it , I was convinced that President Bush had won Ohio..."

In this case, I think You know, I don't have an opinion, but I thought Robert Kennedy made a very persuasive case...

...I don't have an opinion because I didn't know anything about it 'til I read Robert Kennedy's article. But he sure as heck raised a--he made a compelling case, those numbers that he said in some of those precincts, the probability of the vote total being that much at variance with the exit polls was one in 600,000.

And it happened over and over and over again. So if you haven't read the article, I urge you to read it."

"And I still believe that the two Bush v. Gore decisions will go down as one of the four or five worst decisions in the history of the United States Supreme Court. ...I think if Gore had been ahead and Bush had been behind, the Supreme Court would have voted nine to nothing to count all the votes by uniform standard."

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