Democrat dirty tricks

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While  disgruntled Democrats (are there are other kind?) are still grousing about Bush's 2000 election victory and questioning the validity of his 2004 win, how are they reacting to the following incident of Democrat dirty tricks?

MILWAUKEE —— Witness testimony, cell phone records and other evidence show that five Democratic campaign workers punctured tires on vehicles Republicans intended to use to get out the vote on Election Day 2004, a prosecutor told jurors in closing arguments Thursday.

Th son of a congresswoman and the son of a former Milwaukee mayor are among those accused of the vandalism near a Bush—Cheney campaign office. 

Milwaukee County District Attorney David Feiss told jurors that testimony from several national campaign workers brought to Milwaukee indicated the defendants acted together to cause the damage and that the workers overheard the defendants talking about the vandalism. 

Hey, the defendents were so proud of themselves they bragged to their co—workers which is how they were caught.  Good to know that some Dems have consciences though.
 
Oh, by the way,

Democrat John Kerry won Wisconsin's 10 electoral votes in a close race, defeating President Bush by fewer than 12,000 votes among about 3 million cast.

Hmm, could this be the result of similar Democrat dirty tricks that haven't been discovered; that Bush actually won Wisconsin?  Just asking.
 
Ethel C. Fenig   1 19 06

While  disgruntled Democrats (are there are other kind?) are still grousing about Bush's 2000 election victory and questioning the validity of his 2004 win, how are they reacting to the following incident of Democrat dirty tricks?

MILWAUKEE —— Witness testimony, cell phone records and other evidence show that five Democratic campaign workers punctured tires on vehicles Republicans intended to use to get out the vote on Election Day 2004, a prosecutor told jurors in closing arguments Thursday.

Th son of a congresswoman and the son of a former Milwaukee mayor are among those accused of the vandalism near a Bush—Cheney campaign office. 

Milwaukee County District Attorney David Feiss told jurors that testimony from several national campaign workers brought to Milwaukee indicated the defendants acted together to cause the damage and that the workers overheard the defendants talking about the vandalism. 

Hey, the defendents were so proud of themselves they bragged to their co—workers which is how they were caught.  Good to know that some Dems have consciences though.
 
Oh, by the way,

Democrat John Kerry won Wisconsin's 10 electoral votes in a close race, defeating President Bush by fewer than 12,000 votes among about 3 million cast.

Hmm, could this be the result of similar Democrat dirty tricks that haven't been discovered; that Bush actually won Wisconsin?  Just asking.
 
Ethel C. Fenig   1 19 06