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ailsagirl Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Nov-10-04 09:00 PM
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301. Doubtful it will turn anything around
I hate to be a downer but, from what I've heard (on Air America) and read (in The Nation and on Kos), it's doubtful that anything will come of it... certainly the chances of it turning the election around are practically nil. Think about it-- they've got it rigged so that the entire government is theirs!! They're certainly not going to allow any kind of official investigation. Think of all the crap they've pulled for the last four years-- awful as this is (and this is, literally, treason), it's just business as usual for them.

Al Franken had a computer specialist from MIT on his show and the guy said that most of the anomalies can be explained.

But I refuse to believe a majority of Americans voted that moron back in.

Go to
https://voteprotect.org/index.php?display=EIRMapNation&...

and check out a map of the US, broken down by reported instances of "irregularities"-- it's up to 31,534 incidents, most of them in California (yes), Ohio, Florida, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, PA, NY, and Illinois. Actually, not one state was free from complaints!!
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