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  •  How many of these? (6+ / 0-)

    As an Obama supporter who is very disappointed with the NH results, let me just ask one thing of you. Would you please put up or shut up? While this may be a possibility, its very, very unlikely. If you don't have hard evidence, then just delete this diary please. Correlations that could just as easily be explained by geography and weather patterns as election fraud only count as tinfoil.

    •  tin foil hat wearers won't listen (1+ / 0-)
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      It isn't Obama supporters doing this. They're just using this as a vehicle to express their conspiracy theories. If Obama had won, they would just find another issue that would feed their fantasies. Remember, 3/4 of the ron paul phenomenon is made up of tin foil hat wearers. Unfortunately, due to the efforts of fox news and some other media outfits, there's a certain element of truth to the conspiracy theories of the paul campaign.  This feeds the other conspiracy theorists.

      FTR, I see no reason why diebold would ever help a Democrat, whether named Clinton, Obama, Edwards or Gravel, in any way shape or form.  They're a republican outfit.  They don't like Democrats. Whether the diarist likes it or not, Hillary (and Bill) Clinton are Democrats.

      A learning experience is one of those things that says, 'You know that thing you just did? Don't do that.' Douglas Adams

      by dougymi on Wed Jan 09, 2008 at 12:33:04 PM PST

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