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35 minutes ago, teacher said:

Where the fu(k did that come from?

 

My theory is that maineman, The COWARD, is afraid he might be gay.   Some scientific studies have found that homophobes often are.  B)

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Any misplaced ballots that show up at my house, are voting for Trump.  

With the help of GWB.

duly noted...😎

4 minutes ago, pmurT said:

 

This campaign season beholds something infamously, phenomenal, within the unprecedented way which the Dem Party has cheated the electoral processes at every chance since Nov 2016. Their untrustworthiness cannot be overlooked and must be harnessed before Election Day.

Let’s agree to disagree.

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On 8/8/2020 at 11:50 AM, rippy38 said:

“Approximately half a million applications sent to eligible voters in Virginia included incorrect information, and we are working diligently to address the issues,” says the Center for Voter Information.

 

A non-profit group says more than a half-million inaccurate applications for absentee ballots were mistakenly sent across Virginia this week -- including to dead voters, errant relatives and even a pet -- in an unprecedented mailing flub that has heightened concerns about the integrity of expanding mail-in voting efforts.

 

The mistakes raised alarms with recipients as diverse as election monitors, members of the League of Women Voters and a retired FBI agent. The Center for Voter Information, the nonprofit group that sent the mailers with pre-filled absentee ballots, is now apologizing.

 

The Center for Voter Information said the absentee application mailings were sent to “eligible voters” in the state and "some of the mailers may have directed the return envelopes" for the absentee applications to the wrong election offices.

 

https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/elections/virginia-absentee-ballot-applications-sent-dead-people-and-wrong

 

 

What is important is that you won't really have anything alarming or newsworthy to say after the ballots are turned in. 

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5 hours ago, impartialobserver said:

From a purely technical (database) perspective, sending ballots to the correct addresses and only to the correct registered individuals is not as easy as know-it-all trolls like to think . 

and no one is sending ballots anywhere.  They are sending ballot request forms, that the registered voter needs to fill out and send back... and then, the state sends that registered voter a ballot... which they fill out... and mail back to their city or town.... WITH THEIR SIGNATURE ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE ENVELOPE..... and THAT signature is compared to the registered voters' signature that is ON FILE at the town or city where they registered to vote... and ONLY if those signatures match, is the envelope even opened and the vote recorded. If they do not match, the ballot is discarded.  Voter fraud with mail in ballots is virtually impossible.

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On 8/8/2020 at 11:50 AM, rippy38 said:

“Approximately half a million applications sent to eligible voters in Virginia included incorrect information, and we are working diligently to address the issues,” says the Center for Voter Information.

 

A non-profit group says more than a half-million inaccurate applications for absentee ballots were mistakenly sent across Virginia this week -- including to dead voters, errant relatives and even a pet -- in an unprecedented mailing flub that has heightened concerns about the integrity of expanding mail-in voting efforts.

 

The mistakes raised alarms with recipients as diverse as election monitors, members of the League of Women Voters and a retired FBI agent. The Center for Voter Information, the nonprofit group that sent the mailers with pre-filled absentee ballots, is now apologizing.

 

The Center for Voter Information said the absentee application mailings were sent to “eligible voters” in the state and "some of the mailers may have directed the return envelopes" for the absentee applications to the wrong election offices.

 

https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/elections/virginia-absentee-ballot-applications-sent-dead-people-and-wrong

 

 

Wow... No wonder democrats want mail in voting. We all know dead people vote 100% democrat. 

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21 hours ago, BeAChooser said:

 

My theory is that maineman, The COWARD, is afraid he might be gay.   Some scientific studies have found that homophobes often are.  B)

He said he only sukked one 3 times, he should be afraid.

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23 minutes ago, maineman said:

and no one is sending ballots anywhere.  They are sending ballot request forms, that the registered voter needs to fill out and send back... and then, the state sends that registered voter a ballot... which they fill out... and mail back to their city or town.... WITH THEIR SIGNATURE ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE ENVELOPE..... and THAT signature is compared to the registered voters' signature that is ON FILE at the town or city where they registered to vote... and ONLY if those signatures match, is the envelope even opened and the vote recorded. If they do not match, the ballot is discarded.  Voter fraud with mail in ballots is virtually impossible.

crickets chirping.

 

gosh.... I wonder why?

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On 8/8/2020 at 12:50 PM, rippy38 said:

“Approximately half a million applications sent to eligible voters in Virginia included incorrect information, and we are working diligently to address the issues,” says the Center for Voter Information.

 

A non-profit group says more than a half-million inaccurate applications for absentee ballots were mistakenly sent across Virginia this week -- including to dead voters, errant relatives and even a pet -- in an unprecedented mailing flub that has heightened concerns about the integrity of expanding mail-in voting efforts.

 

The mistakes raised alarms with recipients as diverse as election monitors, members of the League of Women Voters and a retired FBI agent. The Center for Voter Information, the nonprofit group that sent the mailers with pre-filled absentee ballots, is now apologizing.

 

The Center for Voter Information said the absentee application mailings were sent to “eligible voters” in the state and "some of the mailers may have directed the return envelopes" for the absentee applications to the wrong election offices.

 

https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/elections/virginia-absentee-ballot-applications-sent-dead-people-and-wrong

 

 

Some were sent to cats. Demorats are terrified they cant win without rigging the election.

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On 8/10/2020 at 7:23 PM, maineman said:

do you understand that absentee ballots need to be signed with a signature that matches the one on file for the registered voter to whom the ballot was mailed?  Y/N

 

do you understand the difference between mailing absentee ballot applications and mailing absentee ballots?  Y/N

 

 

Too complicated for them 

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On 8/10/2020 at 10:22 PM, maineman said:

The clown is gonna get his ass kicked and I will rub his loss in your nose until you run away because it smells soooooo bad.

 

That seems petty. I been here cents 2007. Have I ever ran around whenever my political guy won and tried to run off the opposition at this site? This is a debate site. I need idiots like you to show up to crush. If Biteme wins what could you possibly do to run me off? Na-na-na-na-na? If Biteme wins then I get busy with taking his political policies apart. Still gonna be The Mighty horse Thread. You been at this site for a while too, Mr. Man. Don't really recall you in the near past giving me the what for in the horse thread. 

 

Come on, man. Seems to me I've both gigged and stood up for you in the past when I was admin. All that mattered was the rules. I'm pretty sure you've seen this...

 

die-of-suspension-1-1.png

 

pretty sure I showed you that (along with a long, public post proving as to where you broke the rules) and you straightened up.

 

Mr. Man, I well understand that I am in a unique position. I used to be admin for years and no Swinging Richard can ever show me ruling with bias. Before any of that happened I'm mutha fu(kin teacher, the horse thread was, is and shall continue to be forever and ever, Amen. Well, I could die. That is probably gonna happen one day. What I'm gettin after here is that you unwashed masses have zero concept that ya'll have posted before at this site, that I have have been a member in good standing well before the most of you, that I have near perfect recall, that I am The Master of advanced search (when the software doesn't fail me,) that I remember ALL that stuff anyway, that pretty much other than where my children are concerned I don't have feelings, Spock texts me about questions of logic, so, yea, by all means, if the Biden/Harris ticket wins feel free to show up in the horse thread and give me the what for. For what it's worth concerning my horse thread...

 

 

I am The friggin Warden of the horse thread. It's a sweet deal. Even if you break the rules, if you dox or post gore/porn/pictures of Shrillary as long as I get to it first and hide it you good. 

 

So, Biteme wins you have a place to brag. Eh, this has gone on for some now.

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2 hours ago, teacher said:

 

That seems petty. I been here cents 2007. Have I ever ran around whenever my political guy won and tried to run off the opposition at this site? This is a debate site. I need idiots like you to show up to crush. If Biteme wins what could you possibly do to run me off? Na-na-na-na-na? If Biteme wins then I get busy with taking his political policies apart. Still gonna be The Mighty horse Thread. You been at this site for a while too, Mr. Man. Don't really recall you in the near past giving me the what for in the horse thread. 

 

Come on, man. Seems to me I've both gigged and stood up for you in the past when I was admin. All that mattered was the rules. I'm pretty sure you've seen this...

 

die-of-suspension-1-1.png

 

pretty sure I showed you that (along with a long, public post proving as to where you broke the rules) and you straightened up.

 

Mr. Man, I well understand that I am in a unique position. I used to be admin for years and no Swinging Richard can ever show me ruling with bias. Before any of that happened I'm mutha fu(kin teacher, the horse thread was, is and shall continue to be forever and ever, Amen. Well, I could die. That is probably gonna happen one day. What I'm gettin after here is that you unwashed masses have zero concept that ya'll have posted before at this site, that I have have been a member in good standing well before the most of you, that I have near perfect recall, that I am The Master of advanced search (when the software doesn't fail me,) that I remember ALL that stuff anyway, that pretty much other than where my children are concerned I don't have feelings, Spock texts me about questions of logic, so, yea, by all means, if the Biden/Harris ticket wins feel free to show up in the horse thread and give me the what for. For what it's worth concerning my horse thread...

 

 

I am The friggin Warden of the horse thread. It's a sweet deal. Even if you break the rules, if you dox or post gore/porn/pictures of Shrillary as long as I get to it first and hide it you good. 

 

So, Biteme wins you have a place to brag. Eh, this has gone on for some now.

what the fuck does this rambling bullshit even mean?  I remember being devastated when Hillary lost in 2016... and I remember having many folks on the site was on rubbing my nose in it.  Goose...gander... lather, rinse, repeat.

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gotta give @maineman credit for being the only Dem member with, courage, to come in the thread and defend The Dem Party's treachery ... the other Dems here are cowards that decided to tuck their tails and whimper on away from here.

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