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View Diary: Compelling: Ohio recount: Stealing votes in Columbus-- INVESTIGATE DAMSCHRODER (166 comments)

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  •  Great analysis, but (none)
    Statistics don't prove fraud.  There is a minute chance that these things will happen by chance.   What we need is proof that suppression took place, an e-mail or the like.

    Has anyone filed a Freedom of Information request for all of Damschroder or Blackwells e-mails?  

    I work as a federal employee, and know that my e-mails are subject to FOIA requests by anyone.   As a public employee, e-mail is not private.  I assume the same stands for these folks.  

    A memo, e-mail, or sworn statement proving this was deliberate is all we need to blow this wide open...

    Just a thought.

    •  Just a thought... (4.00)
      The Ukraine might be more democratic than the US.

      Truckle the Uncivil, Nullus Anxietas Sanguinae

      by Truckle on Tue Nov 30, 2004 at 06:43:45 AM PST

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    •  Can look but I doubt you will find anything... (none)
      but a trail of e-mails and memos documenting that this indeed was the best projected distribution of voting machines. But you know, "stuff happens", and  " We'll know better next time", and "Really Judge, we have the best interest of the people at heart. (the Republican people, nudge, nudge, wink, wink)".

      Remember Bush visited those thugs in person on Election Day. He saw them practically weekly during the campaign. They are probably  bright enough to know this themselves but I am sure Rove and company told them not to put anything on paper or in e-mails. And I am sure they had plenty of assurances from higher up that a safety net was there for them if anything went wrong.

    •  Open Records? (none)
      Does OH have an Open Records law?

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