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Febble Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon May-02-05 03:40 AM
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20. If you mean me
I'm convincable. I've spent the months since November 2nd trying to be convinced that the exit polls meant that Kerry won. Why else would a fifty-something British woman be wasting her time trying figure out whether you guys actually elected your president? Especially as you probably didn't mean elect him last time? Why would I be sending data analyes to John Conyers, Cliff Arnebeck, the Kerry Edwards council in Ohio? Writing to Keith Olbermann trying to draw attention to the scandal of voter suppression and possibly worse in Ohio? Trying to figure out whether touch-screen voting in Florida really was biassed for Bush? Check out my papers on the USCV website.

But, not being in a state of denial, I'm not going to lie to myself. If I think an inference is not supported by the data, I'll say so.

But check what I am saying first.

To quote the Cat-in-the-Hat"

"To find a missing something, you must find out where it's not".

I don't think it is in the inferences drawn by USCV in this particular paper. So we can look elsewhere.

I'd start in Ohio. In Columbus. In the strategy Ken Blackwell used to allocate voting machines to urban precincts. And in his illegal obstruction of the recount.
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