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Time for change Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-14-05 12:29 PM
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19. I'm not sure I understand your first sentence of this post
though I pretty much agree with the rest of your post.

I believe that at the present time, as far as stealing elections go, the Republicans are holding all the cards, as they have strong ties to the voting machine vendors.

Also, IMO today's Republican Party, unlike the Democratic Party, is made up largely (at least at the top) of a very ruthless and immoral bunch of hypocrites who care little for serving their country, as compared to lining their own pockets. So if you are saying that today's Republican Party is no more likely to steal an election than the Democratic Party, given similar opportunities, I definitely disagree with that.
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