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ElizabethEdwards Donating Member (29 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-07-04 11:15 PM
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588. Trust is hard to come by, I know
Thanks for your best wishes. And it really is me. I posted in response to a post from someone who graduated from the high school I graduated from -- and I don't think that high school is mentioned in anything published about me, to confirm that it is me.

And I signed up the regular way, because I am just a regular poster -- I had signed up some time ago and posted, before the recent "fame" under my first screen name, but felt that I shouldn't hide when posting during the campaign. But the campaign got hectic so fast, and when I had access to a computer I posted on the Kerry blog first, and though I usually read DU, I didn't post then.

I do think someone from DU confirmed with the campaign that this is me.

And as for voter fraud, we are still piecing together the same stuff you are piecing together. I know that the two candidates had been assured that everything was in place -- and there was certainly a lot of visibility. I can't yet blame the people in the field who I believe were working hard to stop the election from being stolen. I don't think -- even in our frustration (and no one is more frustrated than we are) -- that we can say "the Democratic leaders did NOTHING to prevent the election being stolen."
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