What about Wisconsin? - Jay Maynard

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Tuesday, 18 January 2005


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0952 - What about Wisconsin?

Via foolscap001:

The Democrats are howling about Bush's 110,000 vote victory in Ohio - but there's a much closer result in favor of Kerry that could really be fraudulent. It seems that Wisconsin, where Kerry won by 11,000 votes, allows same-day voter registration - and there are 10,000 votes in Milwaukee alone by those who registered on Election Day whose registrations cannot now be verified.

Fraud? From Democrats? Nawwwwww...

More details at the Stranded on Blue Islands weblog.

current mood: [mood icon] cynical

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From:unspeakablevorn
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If you'd rather automatically disqualify every candidate whose minions cheated to try to get them to win, then would you accept Nader for president? :)

Vorn
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From:vakkotaur
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Silly overkill. What's needed is to keep the fraudulent votes of cheating minions from being cast, whoever those minions may be and whatever their political leanings are.

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From:unspeakablevorn
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Emphasis on silly. :P

Vorn
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From:jmaynard
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Nope...I'd just be happy if the Democrats would quit howling about fraud only when they stand to benefit from a change. Kerry bitched about Ohio today, and said not a word about abuses on the other side.
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From:masteralida
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Of course not - that would mean... *gasp* accountability!

I hope you don't mind that I've added you. Between what you said about friends lists and this, well - you seem pretty cool :)
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From:shelbystripes
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Of course, the Republicans do the exact same thing from their side, so.

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