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From: Tom ZeCat (z-cat.vegsource.com)
Subject:         article after article after acticle after article
Date: February 22, 2008 at 2:03 pm PST

In Reply to: How many of those votes stood even though posted by soooright on February 22, 2008 at 1:04 pm:

Bart has posted numerous articles from reputable sources that have shown that both '00 and '04 were stolen. You simply choose not to see it. It's obvious why. You've admitted yourself that you're prejudiced. I'm surprised you did, but you'll have to live by your words. You admitted that you think music you've never even heard is terrible and that the Christians who make that music are awful people even though you've never met these people. You called them "the spawn of Satan." You've admitted that assume things to be true based on ZERO evidence. And with these elections, you believe what you believe by ignoring overwhelming evidence. Same deal with global warming. You believe what you want in blatant disregard of science.

At least you admitted that DNA is real. You have that tiny foothold in reality. You might want to expand your horizons by accepting more reality.

Oh, and that article that proved Kennedy didn't cheat in 1960 is well supported. Here are the sources (not that you care about facts):

^ E. Thomas Wood, "Nashville now and then: Nixon paints the town red", 2007-10-05. Retrieved on 2007-10-06.
^ New York Times, November 20, 1960, Section 4, p. E5
^ Campbell, Angus; et al. (1966). Elections and the Political Order, 83.
^ [1]
^ Slate, October 16, 2000, "Was Nixon Robbed? The legend of the stolen 1960 presidential election" by David Greenberg
^ Gaines, Brian J. (March 2001). "Popular Myths About Popular Vote–Electoral College Splits". PS: Political Science & Politics: 71–75.
^ http://www.opinionjournal.com/diary/?id=110004320
^ Gaines, Brian J. (March 2001). "Popular Myths About Popular Vote–Electoral College Splits". PS: Political Science & Politics: 74.

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Further reading
Alexander, Herbert E. (1962). Financing the 1960 Election.
Campbell, Angus; et al. (1966). Elections and the Political Order, statistical studies of poll data
Dallek, Robert Gold (1991). "Chapter 16: The Making of a Vice President", Lone Star Rising: Lyndon Johnson and His Times, 1908–1960.
Divine, Robert A. Foreign Policy and U.S. Presidential Elections, 1952-1960 1974.
Fuchs, Lawrence H. (1967). John F. Kennedy and American Catholicism.
Gallup, George H., ed. The Gallup Poll: Public Opinion, 1935-1971. 3 vols. Random House, 1972. press releases
Ingle, H. Larry, "Billy Graham: The Evangelical in Politics, 1960s-Style," in Peter Bien and Chuck Fager, In Stillness there is Fullness: A Peacemaker's Harvest, Kimo Press.
Kallina, Edmund F. (1988). Courthouse Over White House: Chicago and the Presidential Election of 1960.
Kraus, Sidney (1977). The Great Debates: Kennedy vs. Nixon, 1960.
Lisle, T. David (1988). "Southern Baptists and the Issue of Catholic Autonomy in the 1960 Presidential Campaign", in Paul Harper and Joann P. Krieg, ed.: John F. Kennedy: The Promise Revisited, 273–285.
Nixon, Richard M. (1978). RN: The Memoirs of Richard Nixon.
White, Theodore H. (1961). The Making of the President, 1960.

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