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Reply #12: The rhetoric can be nauseating, I agree. [View All]

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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Mar-30-09 09:58 AM
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12. The rhetoric can be nauseating, I agree.
Edited on Mon Mar-30-09 09:58 AM by Wilms
All the self-styled Paul Revering is enough to make me :eyes: .

Still, when you push past all the enmity, what we have is a bill that will likely provide a lot of people with a nice warm feeling...and unverified election outcomes.

The "at least I voted on a paper ballot" meme is joke. Lots of people think their vote is OK because they didn't vote on a DRE. You know that's wrong, but a majority doesn't. The responsibility for that belongs with the movement.

Poorly thought-out slangineering, law, and the resultant unverified election outcomes is all we get.

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