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24 minutes ago, heybruce said:

Does "went missing" mean not returned?  If so, I'd say about a quarter of people who registered to vote by mail didn't get around to it.

 

Undeliverable and rejected depends on the circumstances.  I suspect that in states that vote entirely by mail that a large number of ballots are sent to out of date addresses.  If the people who moved or died don't update their voter registration status, then that will happen.

 

Do you have any  evidence that undelivered or missing mail in ballots translate to voter fraud?

No, heybruce, I do not.  How would it be possible since voter fraud doesn't exist.

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22 minutes ago, heybruce said:

Yes, fraud in a local, not state-wide or national election, that was caught.  It would take a far larger, and more successful, fraud than that to affect a national election.  It would also be much more difficult to get away with it.

Yes, voter fraud, if it did indeed exist, could only exist on a local level.  On a statewide or national level?  That's an absolute impossibility.  You are correct.

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45 minutes ago, Tippaporn said:

In my view it isn't an overhaul of any one or several political operational gears but an overhaul of values is required.  Corruption, while always present to a degree since America's founding, has been on steroids for quite some time.  One can blame the elites but the elites can't function without willing accomplices.  It's a societal problem in my opinion.  Character, integrity, ideals. mores, honour . . . these qualities have been replaced over many years by other impoverished ideas.  The seeds are now bearing fruit.  Sounds rather hopeless but I have a lot of faith that Americans will pull through.  There's lots of Americans who still adhere to noble principles.  I trust they will shine in the end.

 

Neither the wisest constitution nor the wisest laws will secure the liberty and happiness of a people whose manners are universally corrupt. - Samuel Adams, 1749.  I believe this quote aptly describes the overall theme of America's current drama.

right, see what you mean (and without that hope/faith one has given in to less than mediocricity)

 

a commendable goal, that is not just down the road but some rather lengthy stretches away

 

safe trip

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46 minutes ago, johnnybangkok said:

Apologies for the 'mores'.

I too find it 'odd' that you cannot see the moral depravity of a man who so far has been caught out in over 20,000 blatant lies; who tries to curry favour with despots; who ignores his own intelligence services when they say Russia has put bounties on American soldiers; who got caught with and paid off a porn star; who funnels state funds to his resorts and hotels and who still refuses to release his tax returns. The list goes on and on so if you are talking about morals, values, character, integrity and ideals, perhaps you should stop waxing lyrical about it and actually back someone who shows these characteristics rather than someone who is proven time and time again to not exhibit a single one of them. 

I'd recommend studying some human psychology.  How the human mind works.  It would explain a lot to you.  Perception is reality.  That's a clue.

 

As far as backing someone else.  Who?  Biden?   What characteristics does he exhibit to you?  I doubt if there's ever been an election cycle with as many loser candidates as the Dems put up this time around.  20 of them.  Tell me, who?

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4 minutes ago, Phoenix Rising said:

The genius-in-chief strikes again:

 

'Trump Urges Voters To Use Absentee Ballots, Which Are, Uh, Mailed In'

 

"After railing about “fraudulent” mail-in ballots without any basis in fact, President Donald Trump bizarrely urged Americans on Friday to use absentee ballots — which are mailed in.
Just hours earlier, Michael Steele, former head of the Republican National Committee reminded Trump that the absentee ballots he (and many others in his administration) cast in elections are the same mail-in ballots he insists are fraudulent."

 

You just can't fix stupid.

 

 

You can say that again. Did you say it?  If not, say it again, or write it again.

 

There is a difference between mail in ballots and absentee. 

 

Google it if you don't believe Stadtler. 

 

You should always believe Stadtler.

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