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CoffeeAnnan Donating Member (423 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Nov-26-04 10:16 AM
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11. I agree.The way to make it appear legit is to positively tilt the tally
toward them a little bit at a time and not in some massive number at one location.This makes it all but impossible for us to detect the fraud unless we look at it from a global perspective. Even if one precinct, as in Warren, Ohio is caught, they can deny it occurred at all locations.A very nice strategy if you ask me.
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