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  •  The bottom line is (1+ / 0-)
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    War on Error

    you do not know.

    And you won't admit that you don't know.  And you cast doubt on the whole issue by dancing around, "I read this...I studied that....I didn't see evidence of......" and so on.

    But you do not know.

    The simple fact is there are multiple vulnerabilities related to the voting machines.

    The banks have a stranglehold on the political process. Mike Whitney

    by dfarrah on Sun Jun 17, 2012 at 08:23:33 AM PDT

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    •  that's an odd double standard (0+ / 0-)

      What is it that I won't admit that I don't know? Are you challenging anyone making allegations of fraud on that basis, or just me? Are my claims of knowledge more sweeping than theirs, or not really?

      I mean, really, can we be serious? I reply to a commenter who says,

      The Republicans will steal this election for sure, just like a three year old left alone with a cup cake.
      and you tee off on me for false certainty?
      •  Very credible scientists disagree with you (0+ / 0-)

        which is why this diary was compiled.

        It's difficult to be happy knowing so many suffer. We must unite.

        by War on Error on Sun Jun 17, 2012 at 11:03:18 AM PDT

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        •  about what? (0+ / 0-)

          It's fine to disagree with me, but I wish you would be explicit about what you think we are disagreeing about.

          If you're saying that "very credible scientists" think that Mike Connell stole the 2004 election, I'd appreciate examples. If I made a top-ten list of credible scientists who have sounded the alarm about electronic voting machines, I seriously doubt that any of them thinks that Connell stole the 2004 election.

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