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TruthIsAll Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Mar-06-05 02:29 AM
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21. Must be a good one, naysays nowhere to be found...
Edited on Sun Mar-06-05 03:06 AM by TruthIsAll
They are conflicted on which of the following to use in their next salvo:

1) The Reluctant Bush Responder theory
2) The Final National Exit Poll, which states that respondents who voted for Bush outnumbered those who voted for Gore by 43-37%.

If they choose 1) then Mitofsky must have applied bogus weightings to match the recorded votes. So the preliminary exit poll of 13,047 which shows Kerry winning by 51-48% was right after all.

If they choose 2) Mitofsky is left with election fraud as the only possible explanation for the exit poll discrepancies. So the Reluctant Bush Responder theory is no longer possible. Which means fraud was the cause. Which also means that Kerry must have won.

The two choices are in conflict.
Both cannot be true.
Saying one is true negates the other.

Yet one argument cannot be true while the other is false.
BOTH must be true for Bush to have won.
Therefore, both explanations are FALSE.

Either way, the Naysays are in Check.
And I'm not a chess-player.

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