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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-21-06 06:53 AM
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32. Quite serious.
I think the election was stolen. It seems the concerns expressed about the exit poll help bring attention to the election irregularities - no matter what you believe about the exit polls or exit polling.

If everyone agreed exit poll data show Kerry won, despite the Yugoslav model, we'd still have considerable legal burden, at minimum. (And since about a year ago no recourse with regard to the Oval Office.)

So where is the evidence?

A range of methods could have been deployed to steal votes not only in contested states, but uncontested ones, as well, to bolster popular totals. In fact, to help discredit exit polls, I'd consider the possibility that part of a schema included throwing votes to Kerry in safe red and/or blue states.

In addition, to evidence compiled (like in Conyers Report) and the 3(?) remaining court cases, might there be other evidence we might find if we use the exit poll data to target suspicious areas and then look at them more carefully? (ie: machine type, election administration, eirs (or whatever) data)

That would sure beat the pie-fighting, in my opinion. And that's why I'd love to see such a thread.

So once the dissertation is done we have a date?

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