Side by side

I’ve written about Coleman’s recount team before. That being, I came across what again proves to me that lefties always have two sets of rules and laws: one for them and one for the unwashed servants (us) that should serve them.
John Lott (from a link from Mitch Berg) has done a comparison of ballots for Coleman and ballots for Franken.
I did some screen shots, edited and used my stitching software so cobble together a side by side comparison of the ballots (I apologize for the less than professional level of the image. You can provide contributions to send me to graphics school if the image quality stresses you that much). All the ballots on the left, save the last one, were not counted for Coleman. All the ballots on the right were counted for Franken. In this side by side, if this sampling were to carry through all ballots, I’d believe the +46 for Franken would disappear faster than ACORN volunteers in front of an FBI sweep.
Seems to me there is supposed to be a consistency in the law. Coleman may have a case with Bush v Gore as the case precedent.



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4 Responses to Side by side

  1. Anonymous says:

    Please read MinnPost and other sites noted there about how you are incorrect

  2. Amendment X says:

    I have read MinnPost on the subject.
    I’ve also been an election judge for six years.
    I am not incorrect just because an article on a left wing website says so.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Great answer — you basically have no response to the minnpost article that proves Lott is telling half the truth, which translates to a lie. Minnpost wins, you lose.

  4. Amendment X says:

    It was a great answer. Here’s an even better answer than that: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123111967642552909.html.

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