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nashville_brook Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Oct-31-06 02:31 PM
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what's our M.O.T. in this election (Margin of Theft)
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How "big" must we win in order to beat the M.O.T.?

:evilgrin:

I've been wondering this since reading this Alternet story that states in the lead paragraph, "Progressive Democrats are saying, 'we need to... win BIG... to make sure the congressional elections are not stolen.'"

It bugs me that Dems have to "win big" in order to win at all. But, I'm game. I'm a believer in the fact that we DOUBLE-DIGIT leads and the "math" is on our side regardless of what math old KKKarl thinks he has.

But I'm just wondering... how big. If we get 60 percent of the popular vote in contested races? Will we need more? 75 percent maybe?

thoughts?
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