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mcranor Donating Member (43 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jun-22-09 06:31 PM
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14. I have to Ask
Dear OTOH,

I have to say, I sometimes get the impression that it may be your actual job to meet every assertion of election fraud (within minutes, if possible) with a 'refutation' -- often, sad to say, a somewhat smug and mildly insulting refutation.

Often your tone suggests that anyone who sees evidence of electronic tampering is deluded, almost as if no such thing could possibly even exist. So, after years of reading your posts, I am driven to ask: What would you consider legitimate evidence of electronic tampering or fraud? Does such an animal even exist in your universe? We have often heard decried the 'undetectability' of electronic tampering. Is this your belief, that it actually is undetectable, so trying to detect it is a fool's enterprise?

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