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« Kudos to the Red Sox -- But Not to Fox | Main | More Republican Contempt for Democracy »

October 29, 2004



Even better is this from the Milwaukee Black Voters League: http://www.dailykos.com/story/2004/10/28/201853/53

Who knew voting could be such a threat to democracy?


Yeah! Because there's absolutely no reason whatsoever to believe that Democrats are engaged in possible vote fraud.

I'm not asserting that dirty tricks aren't going on on both sides. I am asserting that it's a tad hypocritical of both sides to act holier-than-thou about it. The dirty tricks very clearly cut both ways.

Bob S.

In regards to the article "Why do Republicans Hate Democracy," I have to say that I'm disturbed by this but sadly I am not surprised.


because they are greedy compassionless power-whores.

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