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July 07, 2009



As I sadly expected, not a trace of intellectual honesty (and I say that because I assume you can't possibly be ignorant of the facts).

This case, viewed with any objectivity, is among the leading examples of political corruption in our lifetimes. An entire state's political structure is willing to validate an impossible result, and you celebrate it.

We know two things: In some precincts, there were more votes cast than there were registered voters. Minnesota says that's OK. We also know that the statistical probability of every single "recount" going one way is almost beyond measurement, if the recount is honest.

But you don't care ... you are one step farther along your cowardly mission of remaking this country in your statist vision.


Hi Greg,

First, I'd like to see links to the actual sources of your data (as opposed to pundits' unsubstantiated claims).

Second, my main point ISN'T whether the election results were sound or not. I, personally, have no way of knowing. I'm guessing that you don't either.

MY POINT WAS merely this: that certain elite members of the GOP didn't give a damn about election irregularities in Florida (2000) or in Ohio (2004).

But in Minnesota (2008) they all of a sudden care?

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