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Much as I like ya, BobJ, I can’t believe anybody would find:
…as sounding anything close to "plausable."
Pause-able, maybe; but definately not, pl-ausable.
…and I haven’t even listened to the vid yet. Can’t wait for that bit of entertainment!
[/quote]You’re right. Apparently, I didn’t read it all close enough. So, with some embarrassment (thanks to you, ~grin~), I’ll withdraw my “plausible” comment.
However, everything I said after my mistaken “plausible” word, STILL stands. Particularly my ending comments about thinking Fox News made a political error (but perhaps not a “profit” error) by publicizing this event. Doesn’t really do anything but aid the “demonization” efforts of the opposition, and JoeSixpack isn’t going to all of a sudden abandon Saint BHO if Fox highlights voting irregularities. “Old news”, “sour grapes” and “not credible” is the way the MSM and other BHO cronies will portray it, and the unwashed masses, idiots that they are, will buy it.
That report may have some substance for us conservatives, but until we learn how to defeat voting fraud, publicizing it is only going to make JoeSixpack dig his heals in more and believe more that BHO is Suzie Spotless. Conservative strategists can use these things for learning how to deal with it, but publicizing, as I said, does not serve conservatives well. The MSM and BHO are just going to turn these reports into another tool to demonize conservatives, and those unwashed masses will not disagree.
As far as these kinds of reports convincing “swing voters” for the next election? As long as Fox News is the ONLY one reporting this type of thing, I don’t think conservatives are going to get the mileage out of it as some may think. And if one thinks the MSM is going to report it, or report it without attaching a decidedly “sour grapes” editorial to it, then that person is extremely naive and I hope not a conservative strategist.