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WillE Donating Member (150 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-30-09 09:58 AM
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119. Activism was muted in 2001; it became widespread in Nov. 2004
Edited on Sun Aug-30-09 10:21 AM by WillE
It was so muted in 2001 that it resulted in HAVA, setting the stage for the 2004 theft

The DREs that we all hate were exposed initially by the exits you love to hate - on Nov.2, 2004.
Right here on DU. That set the stage for exposing how the DREs could be hacked by true activists like Ion Sancho in FL (the Hursti hack). Sancho thinks TIA's analysis raises issues that need to be raised.

SO IT ALL STARTED WITH THE EXITS IN 2004!

But, it is true, election fraud is endemic. Democratic landslide margins were cut in HALF in 2006 and 2008. You are correct, the Vichy Dems and moribund media are still silent. And the same disinformation regarding the exits is still being spread today - 5 years later. On this forum.

Ask yourself this question:
Why has the 2008 exit poll report not been released? It should have been 8 months ago.
The only logical answer:
It would only confirm that election fraud is endemic; the algorithms are still in place from 2004.
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