[LINK] 'Static' Blamed for D.C.'s Extra Votes Snafu

David Lochrin dlochrin at d2.net.au
Sat Oct 4 15:24:13 EST 2008


Ahh Fred, you're in good form this afternoon!!

David

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On Saturday 04 October 2008 13:53, Fred Pilcher wrote:
> Bernard Robertson-Dunn wrote:
> > "One of the many possible causes could be an electric charge or static
> > discharge," said Errol Arthur, D.C. Board of Elections.
>
> It was...um...STATIC ELECTRICITY! Yeah - that's the ticket - static
> electricity. It's well known for causing extra votes! You can't be too
> careful around static electricity. Yessiree, Bob. Static electricity.
> Yep. That's what it was alright.
>
> And you know, static electricity ALWAYS adds Republican votes. Always.
> No-one knows why, but it's a well-known fact. Any scientist'll tell you
> that.
>
> Uh huh. Static electricity.
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