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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasha View Post
    I'm suprised you don't know of all the shenanigans that have been pulled by Republicans to nullify and disenfranchise Democratic voters. During the '04 election cycle, a voter registration group that was a Republican party front went around registering people and then throwing all the Democratic registrations into the trash can. Estimates are at least 100,000 people showed up to vote only to find they were not registered. People would have to be morons to think something like that couldn't happen again.
    Yeah, because republicans are evil and democrats saints.

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    Repukes are consistently evil in how they run things. Dems may be evil here and there but Repukes are seriously fucked up
    I am from the American CIA and I have a radio in my head. I am going to kill you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkdgirl View Post
    Yeah, because republicans are evil and democrats saints.
    You know, I'm just as critical of Dems as Reps, maybe more so because the Dems are supposed to represent poor and working people and they have dissed their base severely in the past few years. But when it comes to disenfranchising voters, the Reps have no equal. It is a well known fact that the fewer people who vote, the more the Republicans benefit, and the larger the turnout the more the Dems benefit. Suppressing turnout is a top priority for the Republicans.

    you should look into those Republican owned paperless e-voting companies, like Diebold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasha View Post
    You know, I'm just as critical of Dems as Reps, maybe more so because the Dems are supposed to represent poor and working people and they have dissed their base severely in the past few years. But when it comes to disenfranchising voters, the Reps have no equal. It is a well known fact that the fewer people who vote, the more the Republicans benefit, and the larger the turnout the more the Dems benefit. Suppressing turnout is a top priority for the Republicans.

    you should look into those Republican owned paperless e-voting companies, like Diebold.
    I hold their feet to the fire more so than liberals. But to say suppressing voter turnout is a top priority for them? A bit too tin foil for me.

    Would Diebold be better and/or more credible if it were owned by democrats? Like it or not, business owner have political affiliations too. George Soros anyone?

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    George Soros isn't counting our votes on secret, proprietary software that no one can look at and make sure it's not rigged.

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    that don't have paptertrails
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