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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Aug-26-08 10:36 AM
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70. So you are only willing to waste my time telling me what a bad guy you think I am. OK.
You yourself note this forum has declined, so your point about the amount of discussion following news stories I post isn't clear. Do you recommend I stop posting news stories? Or was that another effort to insult me? News stories here tend not to involve a lot otherwise while exit polls and spleen venting on Rove threads, neither of which are necessarily discussion, do seem to get more attention.

I do have a tendency to challenge specious arguments. That's not having it in for Lipari or Demodonkey. You've already professed a disinterest in discussion so I'm not really sure why you should be concerned comments made on a discussion board.

Sure lots of states without paper could be manipulated without having better audits, but what makes them so special? Florida has paper and even a so-called audit. You think they're ok? That doesn't take away from PA's plight, but I said that already. And what exactly can be done for those paper-less states in the 70 something days left before the election as Demodonkey seemed to suggest we concern ourselves? Get Congress to pass a bill?? Yell at some more people you think are to blame for Holt's bill not passing??? (You and whomever else should) Take that fist-fight back to where it came from, the VoteTrust list.

I realize it wasn't clear but, Demodonkey focusing on Pennsylvania per se is not what I was noting. It's the importance she seems to hold it in over other states, and paperless DREs over the other types of vulnerabilities affecting states, as she posts here. But really that's minor, her assumption that the ER movement could do much for a Holt bill being more my point.

I didn't imagine personal info being posted here. Let's not discuss it further as I said it's not particularly relevant.

You've made it clear you don't like me or my positions on unaudited paper ballots and people abusing the term "highest court in the land". You can make use of the ignore feature now available to you as a member. Else, on this discussion board, you may see things posted you don't like.

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