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myschkin Donating Member (488 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Dec-11-04 01:03 PM
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11. The few exceptions of the Red-Shift
Edited on Sat Dec-11-04 01:39 PM by myschkin

were Montana, Oregon, Hawaii, California, Tennessee, Texas, South Dakota, Kansas, North Dakota - all (except of Tennesse) on the left half of the US territory. This suggest that Rove (or whoever) didn't need to manipulate the west coast vote anymore because the manipulations of the east coast already gave him the national vote. Also I think these states have paper trail (can somebody check this?).

I think this one-sided concentration of Kerry Shift-states on the west side of the US can't be an accident.

Probability, TIA? 1: 1 Billion? ;-)

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