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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jun-27-05 08:51 PM
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5. I have the answer...but it's gonna cost you.
Edited on Mon Jun-27-05 09:02 PM by autorank
OK, now let me compose myself here...this is important. All right, here goes:

Some Gore voters acquired a special neurological condition called "Diebold's Syndrome." Prior to Election 2004, Management beamed a coded signal that was picked up by only Gore voters. The signal inserts a circuit to perform a highly specific default function in only one instance; in the case they're subject to exit poll questions after the Kerry-Bush 2004 Presidential Election. When they're asked, a sufficient proportion (according the algorithm called Mitofsky's fancy function) default automatically to a memory of voting for Bush.

TIA, this explains it.

The larger issue is the residue of Diebold Syndrome in 7.5 million Americans, good Democrats. They can only be relieved of their agony by answering the question, "who did you vote for in 2000?"

Please ask all your friends this question. It may be their only hope.

For those of you who question my logic on this, please see my source. He's impeccable.
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