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tommcintyre Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Apr-28-05 06:52 PM
Response to Reply #16
19. It's time we help break 'em through that "ever thinning ice" ;)
And, please correct me if I'm wrong, but I think there is currently NO supporting evidence of the reluctant Bush responder. I say currently, because (as the report I sited points out), it would be possible only in the future to test this hypothesis. Then and ONLY then is it possible for such evidence to exist.

Your last observation is interesting. It had crossed my mind prior to posting this; but the stakes are just too high for this to be a consideration. The RBR hypothesis is being used in an attempt to discredit the possibility that major election fraud put Bush in the White-house, and gave him his so-called "mandate". In fact, it is the linchpin to Mitofsky's argument that the exit polls do NOT indicate fraud. Pull that linchpin, and their whole argument falls apart. I believe I did just that. ;)

My purpose is to vet the idea here,and then "take it on the road" (email it to Freeman et. al, post it at mystery pollster, etc. If it doesn't get more response in the three threads I just posted it in, I'll give it it's own thread to see if I can get more feedback. We will see.
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