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UnitedVoters Donating Member (51 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-25-08 02:56 PM
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59. No I could not dial this down. I'm sick of this.
Edited on Mon Aug-25-08 03:01 PM by UnitedVoters

I'm sick of good people getting jumped on while hand-counted paper whack-jobs get the run of this forum.

All Demodonkey did was rightfully point out that if Pennsylvania goes down it will be bad for everyone. Wilms didn't help the forum or the cause by lecturing her or minimizing the problems in Pennsylvania.

Wilms had no reason whatsoever to accuse demodonkey of yelling, or to lecture her or to mock the sacrifices she said she has made. As far as I have ever obeserved she is a sincere and hard worker who knows her stuff. She doesn't post that often and her posts are generally good contributions to the forum. She certainly didn't deserve to be accused of "haranguing over PA" and put in the same category as someone else who we all know really HAS destroyed the productive discussion here. And I notice that certain someone followed right in after Wilms on the subthread.

Demodonkey is certainly not the only one to be concerned that Pennsylvania could be the next OH or next FL. It's pretty common knowledge that all three of those big swing states have been in play regarding election integrity for some time, and I certainly think Pennsylvania has been way underplayed.

We COULD be strategizing on here as to what we as a movement could do about these big states with DRE problems, but nooooo, instead we criticize people who are doing their best to change things and then we discuss overpriced plastic ballot boxes that nobody is ever foreseeably gonna buy for a public election in the United States.

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