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To: library user

It’s the Iron Rule of Elections. Democrats ALWAYS win recounts. Bush in 2000 was an exception only because the Supreme Court stopped them from “finding” more ballots.


31 posted on 11/05/2010 3:33:32 PM PDT by Shadow44
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To: Shadow44
Bush in 2000 was an exception only because the Supreme Court stopped them from “finding” more ballots.

Remember also that before that a bunch of pissed off people got off their duffs and literally pounded on doors to be let in to oversee a fair recount process. This crap is going to stop only if one of the following two things happen:

1. Some 'Rat candidates start losing elections because of voter fraud. When some of these close races get tipped to the 'Pub candidate because of manufactured votes, the 'Rats will have an incentive to do something about enforcing election laws against fraud (although it will be selective enforcement).

or

2. The 'Pubs take this to the streets. I'm beginning to think that with a corrupt election process, only going street will fix the problem. I know that isn't the 'Pub way, but, remember, our forefathers were faced with the same problem in the late 1700s, a corrupt system, no recourse for redress of grievances, insult after insult, no protection from corrupt authorities other than self defense, etc. They finally had to start shooting at people. I really, truly hope it doesn't come to that, but where do you go for protection when the police (think Holder's Dept. of Injustice) are criminals? Where do you go for honest political representation when the election system is crooked? Where do you go for justice when the courts are corrupt?

56 posted on 11/05/2010 4:00:52 PM PDT by chimera
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