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demwing Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Apr-11-11 10:18 PM
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169. "There could be a brilliant fraud scheme behind this..."
Edited on Mon Apr-11-11 10:20 PM by demwing
"...but so far I haven't seen anyone come close to explaining one."

I have an idea - but no one here will like it :) In fact, I don't even like it. :(

Here it goes...

WE were cheating, but not good enough. The Republicans knew, counted on the fact that we would pad OUR totals just enough to make the race look like a narrow Dem victory, and then sand bagged enough Prosser votes to keep the election outside the free recount margin.

This is why the Brookfield numbers appear valid - they are

This is why the votes weren't "found" until all other votes had been counted - they either had to know we were done padding before they revealed the trump card, or just had to fish around on election night before they could find a Red city that would give just the right margin...

This is why the "found" vote totals are so convenient to the Republican cause - because they were designed to be so, but not through fraud

This is why the whole process stinks like a dead fish, but cannot be proven fraudulent - because it IS fishy, just not in the way we would like to imagine


I sure as hell don't want to believe that, but it seems to explain why everything appears just the way it does.

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