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hootinholler Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Nov-26-04 11:40 AM
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17. Sh*t, They're gonna make me write a paper.
It's pretty clear the attack was multi-modal, very sophisticated and yet could only be pulled off with a simplistic elegance of command. Kinda like, well, organized crime syndicates, Hmmmmm.

<Waves hands:SFX:doodle-oodle> "Party on Wayne"

Garth: Can we, like, amass enough individual incidents to file a RICCO suit?

Like, going back to 1996?

A few examples:

We have these divergences, Red shift, Does anyone have correlation numbers with Red controlled BOEs? (I was a sub sailor in the Regan era cold war. Red was bad then too ;) )

From 2003, we have HAVA amendments: H.R.2239 and">S.1980 (essentially, paper trail requirements) stuck since May 2003 and Dec 2003 respectively, in Rep controlled committees.

The Great Lone Star Gerrymandering.

Eloriel's collection which includes many examples of voter obstruction.

There's the NC analysis that correlates tabulators to Red shift. I'd love to see that for *ALL* states.

This stuff all needs to be collected and organized. The">wikipedia article is a good start, but not inclusive of other periods.

The documentation needed would be massive, are we up to it? Maybe DU needs a wiki.

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