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OnTheOtherHand Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-24-09 10:26 AM
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93. my, my
I think we've reached the ad hominem quota for the thread, and then some. Since you're here, maybe you'd like to address some substantive points.

Your story reported, "At the same time, something strange happened in Southwest Ohio. Even though the Edison-Mitofsky exit polls had shown Kerry leading Bush, the returns from that area of the state suddenly began to favor Bush." Could you elaborate? Are you relying on Spoonamore for that? Has Spoonamore, or anyone else, elaborated on which returns "suddenly" shifted at what time?

By the way, since you mention the Connally anomaly, have you found any presidential-year Ohio Supreme Court election in which neither candidate received more votes than his or her presidential copartisan in multiple counties? That is, what is your basis for believing that the "Connally anomaly" is anomalous?

As for the present kerfuffle: it is your view that someone from Raw Story handed a note to Mike's daughter? How does that fit in with the visit to the house after which Heather Connell is said to have confronted her husband? Perhaps easier to resolve, can you verify the assertion that Connell's lawyers prepared a restraining order? (I won't ask about body parts.) If your story is accurate and I am reading it correctly, Heather Connell seems to have been ambivalent, at least.
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