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samsung101
Nov 9th, 2006, 05:07 PM
Funny, all those posts about glitches and cheating and
problems, all disappear from CNN and BBC and ABC and NY Times
when the Democrats win!

When the GOP wins, it is fraud.

When a close race goes to the Democrats, like Virgina, like
Montana, like Missouri and elsewhere, it's okay. All worked
well!


Just another sign the media coverage isn't fair. It's liberal.

The same investigations should go on in these races - which won't
change results in my view - to check out if the close races were
on the up and up. What happened to the glitches? Why were they
there in Philly and PA and TN and VA and CA and MT and elsewhere?


I want NY Times to check out voter rolls! I want CBS to check out
the poll workers!


Sure...........

When Dems win, first time in how many election cycles, since 1994,
they seemingly have no problem with the voting machines!


Bias.................nah...............

Bacardi
Nov 9th, 2006, 05:49 PM
I beg to differ, all over my local media here in VA and even in TN is all about how the Democrats cheated in VA, how they think the Republicans won and want recounts numerous times. Talking about the fact that this year was the first time really rural America had the computer voting machines and they weren't working of the mornings so they think that's why some cheating has gone on for the Dems. So don't hand me this pissing and moaning story about the media being liberal, you want to see an example of bias media turn on FOX NEWS. They are busy accusing the Dems of cheating, althou they know that truthfully this time the USA and it's people have spoken. Repubslicans you say claim they knew they were going to lose, maybe that's why they've not been crying to the national media about this? I mean after all you said they expected this loss, so why should there be cheating suspected?
I guess it irks some people to know I voted in VA and my vote truly counted as I got off my ass Tuesday and stopped by to vote on my way to McD's for dinner. My democratic vote counted and mattered for something! :yeah:

-Ph51-
Nov 9th, 2006, 06:02 PM
Sore loser after all. Have another drink.;) :lol: :tape:

RunDown
Nov 9th, 2006, 06:15 PM
The exit polling in this election pretty much matched what the results ended up being. In 2004, the exit polls were vastly different from the election outcome. People were right to be suspicious. And people should continue to be, as long as it's proven that these machines are easily tampered with and have no paper trails.

And we won't even go into the voter suppression that Republicans continue to use against people they know traditionally vote Democratic.

roarke
Nov 9th, 2006, 06:21 PM
Give yourself a break dude/dudette!

Helen Lawson
Nov 9th, 2006, 06:27 PM
Npw you're trying to blame the Columbine massacre on Democrats? Unreal!

samsung101
Nov 9th, 2006, 06:32 PM
We have a race locally that was separated by 13 votes for
Supervisor. They won't know the result for over a week.
If the Dem. wins, it's all good. If the Republican wins, it's
a dirty election. Amazing.


New Mexico.
Pennsylvania.
Tennessee.
Florida.
Virginia.
Montana.
Many reports of bad election tallies, machine problems,
poll worker problems, ballot problems, etc. Indian reservation
voting issues, etc.

Again, isn't it amazing, the media brought up the issues before
the election, early on in the day, but when the elections seemed
where they wanted them to go - Democratic, that line of news
sort of disappeared.

We had many races settled by a few hundred or few thousand votes.
They went for the Democrat.
Isn't it possible the Dems cheate?
Nah......

Personally, I do not think any of the big races were affected by this.
But, I do think some local races, and some close House races
were impacted by this.

We'll never know.

The NY Times won't do a series on this for months and months.
Only when the GOP wins.

RVD
Nov 9th, 2006, 07:00 PM
:lol: Samsung is still at it huh? :lol:

Like a tick on the azz of logic. :tape:

And don't pretend like you didn't read my answer to this when Selesfan70 and his new buddy asked the same question. :lol:
*sigh*

Bacardi
Nov 9th, 2006, 07:45 PM
Some people are just sore losers. Pour yourself a drink and drown in self pity! The Americans that went out and voted spoke in numbers as to what they wanted. Just like I think that Bush honestly wouldn't have been severing one term as president had there not been glitches in the system. It's going to be harder to cheat with Computer results. The other results system is flawed. So for the first time in history ever little town, even the piss hole I'm from had electronic computer systems. Meaning that it was fair throughout this time, for the first time in history this election was conducted with the same machines throughout. Before during the presidential elections you had some places doing paper ballots, others doing the machines where you step in and the drapes close behind you and you flip the switches. This time you had NEW TECHNOLOGY everywhere, the same NEW TECHNOLOGY that was proven to let the GOP cheat in FL back in the days of Bush vs Gore. If anything fault your own party for not having the good sense to be able to cheat everywhere this time. Everyone had the same machines, everywhere probably had the same problems and the exit polls matched the results down to a T!

Stop with the 20,000 threads on being a sore loser over the GOP finally losing, by a narrow margin. Is that what eats you most that it was so narrow? What if it had been a white washing? What then? Most of the Democrats Elected to the House and Senate are conservative, not the evil far left liberals like myself and many had the same values that their GOP candidates did; however they weren't afraid to speak on the major issue at hand, the war in Iraq! Blame Mark Foley, Blame the War, Blame Rumsfield, don't coward out by calling us cheaters when the exit polls matched the results and the technology for once in election history was the same for every one!