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Absolutely, Herb.

And while we're at it, check out Greg Palast's 
work (Google it!) on the massive disenfranchisement of Black people especially.

Mitchel



At 10:42 PM 11/8/2016, you wrote:

>Concerning Jim West's post.
>
>Although all those interested in tearing science 
>from its practical and ideological subservience 
>to the ruling class should be welcome on this 
>list irrespective of his or her political or 
>religious beliefs, it is important that all 
>sources of data or opinion be identified with 
>respect to the source's partisanship.  The 
>Heritage Foundation is an organization 
>self-described as a " bastion of the American 
>conservative movement" dedicated to “grabbing 
>the government by its frayed New Deal lapels and 
>shaking out ...years of liberal 
>policy.”  Pushing voter fraud while being 
>silent about the real problems is typical.
>
>Furthermore searching and counting 70 voter 
>frauds is a mouse fart.  Even 100 times that 
>would in no way compare to the serious voter 
>fraud in, say, Russia or to the 
>disenfranchisement in this country.  The 
>actions that amount to massive interference with 
>the U S's seriously flawed electoral system is 
>the disenfranchisement and Gerrymandering 
>endemic in some states.  At present we live 
>under a two-party dictatorship that has for the 
>past hundred years had presidents elected by about 1/3 of eligible voters.
>
>Let's not muddy the waters with mouse 
>farts.  It is time to deal with the big 
>questions.  Making an issue of rare voter fraud 
>is a great way to prevent citizens focusing on 
>the fundamental problems with the system
>herb fox
>
>On 11/8/2016 3:58 AM, Jim West wrote:
>>
>>Here is the U.S. convicted voter fraud database.
>><http://heritage.org/voterfraud>http://heritage.org/voterfraud
>>
>>I searched and counted:
>>    58 voter frauds by democrats.
>>    10 voter frauds by republicans.
>>
>>That is a fraction of the fraud convictions, 
>>because party is not usually listed.
>>
>>If it were not for our two-party system, this 
>>would be more difficult to understand.
>>
>>Jim West
>><http://harvoa.org>http://harvoa.org
>>Books
>>