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byronius Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Mar-21-05 08:56 PM
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15. TIA: educate a newbie I beg of you.
I've only just reached this forum. I read one of your massive battle-dialogues recently -- to be frank, I find this stuff addictive because it seems to me to be the central issue of our times. The 2000 election was a terrible blow to democracy, and the 2004 election has us on critical life-support. Jeez. Never been this bad, not even 1980.

Having no idea who you are makes it more difficult to fully trust, of course, so I need to ask probing questions. No offense intended. At all.

These statements -- where what how?:

'We KNOW that at least SOME fraction of Bush 2000 voters DIED.
Some were INCAPACITATED and did not vote.
Some decided to STAY HOME and did not vote.
And some, believe it or not, actually VOTED FOR KERRY.'

And where do you get most of your numbers? Is there a central research source you use?

Perhaps you just have a link to a compendium of your work on this matter. Or a compendium of links.

P.S. When's your book coming out? I call firsties.
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