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OnTheOtherHand Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-08-09 07:33 AM
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43. I sometimes wonder
if some of the people in this movement ever, ever thought about elections before 2000, or even 2004.

Yes, of course you're sticking words in my mouth, and you're standing my entire belief system on its head. As long as I can remember in my life, I've never believed in a perfect anything. The fact that I object to posts that bang the drum for levers doesn't entail that I'm agitating to melt them down, just like the fact that I object to exit poll crap doesn't mean that I believe in the inerrancy of the vote count. I'm sort of amazed that I have to write this. But I do think that the drum-banging has reached pathological levels, yes.

I don't think Pfaffenberger's work is on point, but it's hard to tell, since he hasn't published it. I checked with him to see if he would share it, but he isn't ready yet, which I respect.

OK, there are ways to win the legal battle other than a constitutional lawsuit, but I'm pretty fuzzy on what they are supposed to be.
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