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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Feb-14-06 01:28 AM
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21. Great article..."changing business as usual " Our party won't even admit
that there is such a thing as "election fraud" (quiet please, great minds thinking).

You want a real horror story, in VA the first declared candidate for Senate in the Democratic primary was Harris Miller. Before this endeavor, he was the chief lobbyist for an association that represented Diebold. He headed up an anti-election integrity effort to shut down critics of electronic voting. He totally opposes verified paper trails, audits, etc. He's is a disgrace!

Can't Hackett move here?

Actually, we've got James Webb, hard core veteran, who just declared for the Democratic Senate primary. He's the real deal, a Hackett with out the colorful language (in public). He'll whip Harris about 3 to 1 and we'll have a chance at a non-insider with guts and brains. There are only a few hopes left for our party now. It's really getting sad.

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