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NJCher Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-26-04 06:39 AM
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5. no way
do you think the repugs would have allowed their supporters to be done like that. waiting in line at 7 in the morning for 2 hours.

They would have been howling at the media and the media would have been playing their complaints 24/7. There would be investigations and commissions and on and on.

Yes, it is Kerry's fault because he was warned and he didn't believe that election fraud would happen. Right here at DU there was a story where Mark Crispin Miller brought the possibility of election fraud to Kerry's attention. While Theresa listened and became enraged, Kerry himself gave MCM a look that Miller interpreted as "tin foil hat."

It broke my heart to see those people in the film say they'd stand on line for hours if they had to. And they did and in the end, their vote was stolen anyway. This is the most fundamental betrayal of the citizens ever.

I heard a guy on a call-in show suggest that Time Magazine should have made the disenfranchised African-American voter the "Time Person of the Year." Instead they took bush, lying thief, and wrote broad strokes about his "bold leadership;" in essence putting lipstick on a pig.

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