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OnTheOtherHand Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-31-09 08:36 AM
Response to Reply #139
141. projection much?
In the previous post, you claimed, "Bush knew that he could not steal NY from Gore even if he wanted to. He had no motive." Apparently you've now ditched the assertion that Bush had "no motive" to steal votes in NY, but you haven't actually withdrawn it. I'm shocked, shocked to encounter this degree of evasiveness.

In 2000, he did not the means (Republican prosecutors).

I'm reminded of Steve Martin's advice on how to be a millionaire without paying any taxes. First, get a million dollars. Then, don't pay taxes. And when you're asked why you didn't pay taxes? Two simple words: "I forgot."

"(Republican prosecutors)"? How, specifically, do you think "(Republican prosecutors)" enabled Bush to steal votes in New York in 2004 but not in 2000?
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