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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Dec-09-11 05:41 AM
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10. So it's the BoE's Fault?
Edited on Fri Dec-09-11 05:41 AM by Wilms
That much we agree on. They're the ones who authorized use of these machines, not HAVA.

Are you serious about "spot checks"? We've been over this time and time again. What do they prove? Bo Bots don't WANT to get.

And you've been involves in recounts? Are you a judge? In the SD7 race the COURT decided the race turning control of the state senate to Republicans. Just like FLORIDA in 2000. But, but, but Bo said we have paper which can be recounted. And you say recounts are expensive? How much did SD7 costs voters? How much does 60,000 lost votes costs?

Talk about beating a dead horse.
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