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smoogatz Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Mar-22-05 12:56 PM
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29. Here's your problem.
When you say: "BUT IT IS IMPOSSIBLE FOR 43% OF 122.26 million 2004 VOTERS TO HAVE VOTED FOR BUSH IN 2000 BECAUSE 43% of 122.26 = 52.57 MILLION VOTERS.

You assume that everyone told the truth about who they voted for in 2000. It's not altogether unlikely, IMO, that a lot of folks who leaned toward Bush in 2000 but didn't get out to vote would claim they voted for him in an exit poll four years later. I think your case is fairly weak here, and that the best arguments for massive vote fraud remain statistical (swing-state "red shift" is very convincing) and anecdotal--all those voting machines that registered Bush votes when the Kerry button was pushed.
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