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glassman
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who made out on the election? the advertising guys and the pollsters....

and of course the book writers...


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I would agree with the paper trail thing along with proof of ID. This thing of registering to vote on the day of election is a bunch of crap. Those counties are most all next to a hurrican path of course all of Florida was. Maybe that had something to do with it. Along with a lot of Senior Vets.
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quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
who made out on the election? the advertising guys and the pollsters....

and of course the book writers...


I wonder if Allstocks gets paid per hit or per post. Glass might be getting a commission. Hey Bob. lol


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no, i don't get a commission, but every once in awhile Bob throws out one that makes my month....been a while tho Bob.....BIG LOL

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i just looked up the number of votes represented in the bar charts...the largest pop. is Columbia Co. with a total of 25K votes...it's not relevant in terms of overturning the election results...sorry OSU....
it does HINT at things, but quite frankly, there isn't anything there yet.....

some of those counties are well under 10K votes...a study could be done cheaply...


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I know many of the people I work with that are registered democrats voted for Bush...my parents who are democrats also voted for Bush.

Speaking for myself, the democratic party is out of touch with my beliefs.

Janie

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We had a lot of Democrats, that said they voted for Bush, where I live! Maybe they did that in Florida too? It's poss-e-ble!


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quote:
Originally posted by timberman:
I wonder if Allstocks gets paid per hit or per post. Glass might be getting a commission. Hey Bob. lol

Just kidding ya glass and bob. lol


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quote:
Originally posted by mondayschild:
I know many of the people I work with that are registered democrats voted for Bush...my parents who are democrats also voted for Bush.

Speaking for myself, the democratic party is out of touch with my beliefs.

Janie



same with my folks, although they switched last election, couldn't bring themselves to vote for gore....

IMO dem party is in dissaray (obviously) they need to get centered or they will continue to be the minority party. I have some ideas but DNC not returning my letters....


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They don't respond to my email either. I've emailed them several times for the past 7 years. They don't seem very open to suggestions. They just go from bad to worse. You can tell them that they don't connect with a big part of their own party. What do they do in response? They get Howard Dean to head the party...LMAO!!! The one and only thing I think he is capable of (besides screaming), is that he can get some people motivated to vote....for which party I'm not sure.


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same with my folks, although they switched last election, couldn't bring themselves to vote for gore....

IMO dem party is in dissaray (obviously) they need to get centered or they will continue to be the minority party. I have some ideas but DNC not returning my letters....



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quote:
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Why the votes are locked up and on record somewhere. The only thing I see is that Democrats didn't like Kerry either.
http://www.wired.com/news/evote/0,2645,65665,00.html


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Evidence of Fraud take a look! http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=203x45003
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Recount are going to start in NH! http://www.thewmurchannel.com/politics/3915133/detail.html

If a problem is found the story will have legs!


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Here are two subjects I think all americans need to hear. The first has been going on for years. Once at the page click on the link and listen along to the news clips. http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/daily/site_111204/content/see__i_told_you_so_3.gues t.html

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Not that I have a problem with drug addicts, but I do have a problem with a hypocritical drug addict. I can't believe some of these people who criticize the faults of others and scream morality at the top of there lungs like Rush and Bill O'Reilly. And what worse is these self righteous peaople that take up for them afterwards. Not that I think Bill Clinton was right or a good person but these are the two biggest critics of him for what he did, now thats funny. I wouldn't believe Rush if he told me grass was green.

Ric


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Regardless of the messenger the facts remain the same. The clips are what I listen to.
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what "facts" are you talking about? LOL its a joke and so is his show......
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Glass you didn't listen to the clips did you.
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yes i did, even tho i detest Rush's know-it-all tone of ignorance....

the fact is that much more federal money goes out to agri-business than most people are aware of...
MUCH more...

furthermore, conservatism once meant SMALLER goverment...that is no longer true.... so i ask you--WHAT FACTS ar you talking about...


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Actually glass I was refering to the end of the whole thing. The Blogs and the conspiricy theroy about the election. Although I have believe to be true the attitude of Dems and using the government money for political gain rather the good of the people. But I will admit that recently the Repubs have spent too much also. Here is a link to the story I intended to be reviewed. Info from Electionline.org http://www.nytimes.com/2004/11/12/politics/12theory.html?ex=1101237958&ei=1&en= 698bd9439712f2cd

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LOL... of course the election was stolen....

every single one ever held here has been...
the question is how it was done...LOL
nobody can win honestly...

for instance....who told the MOST lies to get votes???

who gave back all those tax dollars that we can't afford?

it's just politics....
Kerry took money from the SAME lobbyists Bush did....and they'll(the lobbyists) still get the votes that make them richer...(at OUR expense)
for me, the election was about internatioanl policies, and i made that clear, even tho i had to listen to a buch of garbage about liberal V consrvative....

Clinton( i didn't vote for him) actually sent some budgets back and refused to sign them(remember?)cuz they had too much PORK.... Bush never saw a spending bill he didn't like....

you admit they spent too much...LOL they spent it, to their BUDDYs too...LOL i could care less, i just don't like to see the CIA dismantled during a war on terror, and i don't like to see the WHOLE WORLD looking at US like we're NUTS...(which they are, and WE ARE)...LOL

it's over.....Bush won....move on....


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OH the blogs? sheesh man, the election was nothing...LOL ever read any of the CMK??? whatever it is this week threads?

this isn't the INFORMATION AGE

it's the DIS-INFORMATION AGE...LOL

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Yes I read cmkx for a while but it got too wild for me. Too many we're all going to be rich stories. Who knows maybe they will. Powerball is a possible winner too. lol
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