Voter Fraud In Florida!

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    From the Boston Globe, you couldn't figure out which party:


    http://www.boston.com/news/nation/a..._mayor_surrender_after_ballot_charges_in_fla/

    But from the Florida article, you can, :cof: :

    http://wireservice.wired.com/wired/story.asp?section=Breaking&storyId=1003018&tw=wn_wire_story

     
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    monkey see, monkey do.
     
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    My, oh my, you are in some mood today! :rolleyes: :dev3:
     
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    I suppose that is a justification in a very childish way.
     
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    I'll have to use that defense the next time I get pulled over for a ticket. :cuckoo:

    I suppose we should ignore reports like this and focus on the more important issues of how the Republicans have stolen so many elections....Dorothy, stop looking behind the curtain!
     
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    You're right. Fighting fire with fire is not always a great ethical choice. But Florida 2000 proved that ethics no longer exists in a presidential race.
     
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    I couldn't agree more. What the Democrats tried to pull down there was as damaging to the electoral process as anything that has ever come before.
     
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    Haha. I'm referring to the voter scrub list created by a Choicepoint company, DBT, that wrongfully disenfranchisedd thousands of voters at the behest of Katherrine Harris. You know Choicepoint, they are once again in hot water.
     
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    No porblem huh with the disenfranchisment of armed forces? The attempt to cherry pick votes through recounts in heavily democratic precincts only?

    Wow, some believer in democracy you are. :rolleyes:
     
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    Choicepoint is once again in hot water/ How come? Are you reffering to the recent incident where scammers culled 100,000 or so IDs from their data base? I dont suppose the scammers have any culpability in that.
     

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