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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Dec-01-05 09:48 PM
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29. Their tale would be telling....
The first telling moment: why on earth did the MSM feel free to make non stop nasty remarks about Gore throughout the campaign. It was a pathetic show on their part and the only justification (which assumed the fact that it occurred) was that "they didn't like Gore." Well, isn't that a great excuse. They are pathetic, and I do mean you Dana Milbank!

The second telling moment: what role did the CM play in the revision of the National Exit Poll the day following the election in which actual vote totals were added to the polling results to show a Bush win. It's not a poll when you add actual votes, it's a reconciliation of the Poll with the vote count, presented as a poll. Fraud on their part, in other words.

The third telling moment: what is the major malfunction of CM in not telling Mitofsky to release the raw data from the National and State Exit Polls. These are the only election day collection votes for which there is a consistent paper trail. Examination of this data would allow validation of the poll, which in turn would make clear that the poll was or was not the accurate vote count. This should respect confidentiality issues, which can be done. It should happen immediately. Conyers sent a letter requesting this during his brave foray into Ohio. He got the brush off from Mitofsky but the owners of the data or sponsors at least were the Media Consortium. What is their major malfunction.
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