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  1. Frieda Keough

    Thanks Bill – you are right on. We need to stop perpetuating the myth of voter fraud, which in my opinion was started by Democrats after 2004 and we just keep moving it along.

  2. Thank you, Frieda. We need to clean up the voter rolls and enforce the law. We need election monitors. We need to work on the next election, not the last.

  3. I agree with both of you that we don’t need to “upchuck” the election results more than what has already been exposed, but, to simply dismiss fraud as a minor issue that had little to no impact on the election is to suggest that fraud, like boys will be boys, is something that our election process will have to accept no matter how much it impacts our elections of the future. To suggest that fraud is a myth is taking a blind eye to the damage it does to the institution and faith most Americans place in a “system” that will police itself. I say, let us look for to future, but never, ever, let of voter fraud defraud the will of the people again.

    1. Yeah, I think that’s what I said. I began by encouraging people to get involved with True the Vote and Missouri Precinct Project. Sitting around whining about voting irregularities–which have been with us since the beginning of time–doesn’t help us in 2014 or 2016.

    1. Outside the box? I think it’s more like outside of sanity. If 18 state delegations boycotted the EC or were somehow hampered, I hope John Boehner and the House Republicans would do the right thing and elect Barack Obama.

      This election wasn’t very close. Cheating isn’t the answer to our political problem, and talking about cheating reduces our changes of coming back in 2014 or 2016.

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