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WillE Donating Member (150 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Aug-27-09 03:45 PM
Response to Reply #86
87. No point in trying to discuss? Of course, because you can't.
Edited on Thu Aug-27-09 03:49 PM by WillE
"No reply"....
Reminds me of the Beatles.

Then why don't you just go back and cherry-pick another poll?
Then we can do another True Vote Analysis.
You'll like that, won't you?

Oh, I forgot.. you don't do analysis.
You've got better things to do.

It's OK for you to bring up your TIA FAQ.
But when his updated response posted on another forum is provided you find it annoying.
So annoying in fact that all you can say is "Nope".

Why did you bother to write the FAQ anyway?
Sounds quite obsessive.
Is TIA THAT important to you?
As important as RFK was in '06 when you helped Manjoo write that Salon hit piece?
You did a great job on that one, didn't you?
You helped out the Mystery Pollster, didn't you, when he also tried to debunk RFK?

Let's see who else have you worked over besides TIA and RFK?
I have a little list:
Mark C. Miller
Steven Freeman
Brad from Bradblog
Jonathan Simon
Kathy Dopp
Ron Baiman
Ion Sancho
Michael Collins (autorank)
And so many other truthseeksers on DU, Buzzflash, Mike Malloy,, Daily KOS...

Anyway, it's a good thing you wrote that TIA FAQ.
Because without all your efforts, he would have had nothing to debunk, would he?

Your relentless naysaying and nitpicking just reminds us all what we are up against:.
That this is not the Age of Enlightenment.
It's the Age of Entitlement.

Unfortunately for you, some will take the time to review those 16 myths/graphs, the PA True Vote analysis and the Updated TIA FAQ Response. They will surely find at least a few things they may not have seen before. Like how the 2006 and 2008 elections confirmed that 2004 was stolen.

And how Democratic Landslides were denied in 2006 and 2008.
Of course you attempted to refute Simon and O'Dell and TIA on that.
Because that's what you do. That's ALL you do.
Who would ever expect anything else from you?

Hopefully viewers of this thread will see through that "slow drifting fog".
And not be reluctant responders who will fail to recall this thread.
May this thread live a long and fruitful life.

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