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WillYourVoteBCounted Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-13-09 12:10 PM
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7. "taken over by difficult people" ? irony considering you honor someone who was banned from DU
sadly the OP honors one of the biggest disruptors of the ER movement of all -
Bev Harris.

The owners of Democratic Underground were forced to ban her from DU.

She had threatened to sue DU.

She falsely accused several good election reform activists of filing a Qui Tam.
Meanwhile she was secretly filing a Qui Tam.

She falsely and publicly fired and maligned Andy Stephenson.

She falsely accused Andy Stephenson of faking illness right when we were raising funds to get
his surgery.

She berated him for not doing more right when his sister had just died.

She f'ed up ER's chances with Keith Olbermann.

She attacked many good activists who went "underground" in order to escape the "harris-ment".
I managed to get one to resurface, David Allen of High Point NC, who did great things in North Carolina. In fact, David wrote the clause in NC law that scared Diebold away.

If you want to criticize disruptors, then why honor someone who was so disruptive that she was banned from DU?


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