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Re: University Researchers Challenge Bush Win InFlorida
From: Bart.Lansing () kohls com
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2004 13:15:05 -0600

Paul Schmehl wrote on 11/19/2004 11:07:47 AM:

--On Friday, November 19, 2004 12:12:10 AM +0000 Jason Coombs 
<jasonc () science org> wrote:


I wouldn't trust anything coming out of Bezerkley without confirmation 
competent researchers elsewhere.  Furthermore, their more esteemed 
colleagues at CalTech already disagree with them.


Even *if* they are correct (which is at least debateable) the 130,000 
discrepancy they argue for won't overcome Bush's lead of 380,000, so 
is, at best, an academic exercise.

Paul, do you really feel that as long as the (potentially) fraudulent 
votes did not change the outcome (as far as we know...knowing absolutely 
nothing for certain at this point) it's perfectly ok that a method for 
fixing the e-votes exists and is in use...hypothetically?  I'm just trying 
to understand where you are coming from on this...does it only stop 
becoming an acedemic excersize if the shoe is on the other foot?

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