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Election Special: S. Dakota dead people solidly Democrat...
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Posted by Fred Pruitt 2002-10-16 02:24 pm|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [807 views since 2007-05-07]  Top

#1 Some obvious confusion between North and South Dakota. Tip, one's north of the other.
Posted by Chuck  2002-10-16 13:15:50|| []  2002-10-16 13:15:50|| Front Page Top

#2 Well... Which is the one on the left? Is that Wisconsin...

(Grumble.) I hate it when I think one thing and write the other...
Posted by Fred  2002-10-16 14:20:09||   2002-10-16 14:20:09|| Front Page Top

#3 But is the poll reflecting the voting intent of the dead and non-existent voters? After all, I'll wager they're far more likely voters...
Posted by Andrew Olmsted  2002-10-16 14:23:26|| []  2002-10-16 14:23:26|| Front Page Top

#4 There. I fixed the places where I wrote "North" and thought "South". After all, what's a few hundred miles among friends, when control of the Senate's at stake?
Posted by Wrong Way Corrigan  2002-10-16 14:27:04||   2002-10-16 14:27:04|| Front Page Top

#5 They should do that in Hawaii, where a dead Dumbokrat is certain to win. Dead voters for dead candidates. Why not?

Time to resurrect some Republicans.
Posted by Amritas  2002-10-17 05:02:43|| []  2002-10-17 05:02:43|| Front Page Top

#6 I think that the latest on Patsy Mink in Hawaii is that her husband has agreed to run, or to assume her seat if she wins or something.

On the other hand, is it really wrong to elect dead people to Congress?
Posted by Chuck  2002-10-17 10:08:46|| []  2002-10-17 10:08:46|| Front Page Top

10:20 Robert Prather
10:08 Chuck
08:19 Fred
06:17 Eleanor
05:02 Amritas
05:01 Kathy K
04:40 Paul
04:29 Paul
17:09 Tresho
17:05 Tresho
16:44 Anonymous
16:40 Anonymous
16:39 Frank G
14:36 Steve
14:27 Wrong Way Corrigan
14:23 Andrew Olmsted
14:20 Fred
13:19 Chuck
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