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Peace Patriot Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Mar-08-05 01:29 PM
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81. A very good point, NCevilDUer!
"Evidence is what starts an investigation. Proof is the result of the investigation. A smoking gun is, after all, only evidence until after an investigation and criminal prosecution. We will never have proof as long as people insist there is no evidence." --NCevilDUer

I've been trying to get people to understand the difference between "proof" that an election was stolen, and an INVALID election. If you have

a) a non-transparent election system with essential components of that system (the secret, proprietary source code that tabulates the votes) owned and controlled by the partisans of one candidate; and

b) highly suspicious results, as numerous Ph.D.'s in statistics and mathematics have now reported...

...you have an INVALID ELECTION.

One of the culprits--not often mentioned: The TV networks CHANGED the Exit Poll data that everybody was watching on their TV screens and that showed a Kerry win. They ALTERED this data to fit the "official tally" coming in from the Bush partisan-owned vote tabulators. So Americans were denied a critical piece of the evidence of fraud. Exit Polls are used worldwide to verify elections and check for fraud. Ours were changed. The evidence was hidden.
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