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Reply #90: You're talking about a missing persons case. [View All]

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petgoat Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-25-05 02:08 PM
Response to Reply #89
90. You're talking about a missing persons case.
I'm talking about a clearcut case of kidnapping: a child was kept overnight in a motel room
by a known person who had no business doing so.

Our votes are similarly held hostage secretly in the electronic machines. We have
no way of knowing what's happening to them while they're there.

To argue that mere kidnapping was not harm and that there must be proof of some psychological
or physical harm is specious.

The kidnapping was itself harm. Our votes have been kidnapped. That's all the proof we need.
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