Re: Statement on Spam and VoteNader.org - NFS

This is a discussion on Re: Statement on Spam and VoteNader.org - NFS ; On Thu, 08 Apr 2004 21:46:52 GMT, greger@votenader.org wrote: >Spam from VoteNader.org? (Or naderexplore04.org) You didn't spam us before, but you're spamming us now? Good to know that this is the *genuine* spam, and not the false spam. Odd that ...

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  1. Re: Statement on Spam and VoteNader.org

    On Thu, 08 Apr 2004 21:46:52 GMT, greger@votenader.org wrote:

    >Spam from VoteNader.org? (Or naderexplore04.org)


    You didn't spam us before, but you're spamming us now? Good to know
    that this is the *genuine* spam, and not the false spam.

    Odd that it comes through Australia.

    Reported.

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    Al Balmer
    Balmer Consulting
    removebalmerconsultingthis@att.net

  2. Re: Statement on Spam and VoteNader.org

    Alan Balmer crawled to the nearest keyboard and
    summoned the courage to write:

    >On Thu, 08 Apr 2004 21:46:52 GMT, greger@votenader.org wrote:
    >
    >>Spam from VoteNader.org? (Or naderexplore04.org)

    >
    >You didn't spam us before, but you're spamming us now? Good to know
    >that this is the *genuine* spam, and not the false spam.


    It's a frame-up. Note the hashbusting text tacked onto the end of the
    OP. I point this out only in the interest of fairness as I am
    DEFINITELY no fan of the reckless, egomaniacal spoiler candidate Ralph
    Nader.


    --
    "The Great Satan put electricity in my toothpaste."

  3. Re: Statement on Spam and VoteNader.org

    Charles Hawtrey wrote:

    > Alan Balmer crawled to the nearest keyboard and
    > summoned the courage to write:
    >
    >> On Thu, 08 Apr 2004 21:46:52 GMT, greger@votenader.org wrote:
    >>
    >>> Spam from VoteNader.org? (Or naderexplore04.org)

    >>
    >> You didn't spam us before, but you're spamming us now? Good to know
    >> that this is the *genuine* spam, and not the false spam.

    >
    > It's a frame-up. Note the hashbusting text tacked onto the end of the
    > OP. I point this out only in the interest of fairness as I am
    > DEFINITELY no fan of the reckless, egomaniacal spoiler candidate Ralph
    > Nader.


    If he can spoil the chances for Kerry getting elected, then he's got my
    applause.

    Hey, it's an election year. Equal time.

    -Doug


  4. Re: Statement on Spam and VoteNader.org

    FIX THE ELECTION SYSTEM, DON'T BLAME NADER
    From http://www.systemsthinker.com/writin...amenader.shtml

    The "spoiler" issue is actually a flaw in our election system, and we
    don't have to put up with it. We can fix that problem. We are working
    to do just that in Ferndale, Michigan through a system called Instant
    Runoff Voting. It is used all over the world, is endorsed by John
    McCain, Howard Dean, and USA Today, and would make sure there are
    never spoilers again in American elections. For more information
    visit, http://www.firv.org and http://www.fairvote.org/irv

    Democrats and Republicans need to stop complaining about third parties
    "spoiling" elections unless they are willing to support Instant Runoff
    Voting to ensure it never happens again. If they won't support this
    common sense reform, then there is really no alternative to third
    parties but to continue having their voices heard by running anyways.
    Imagine if as much energy was put into fixing the fundamental problem
    in the election system as is put towards discouraging and vilifying
    third party candidates who really represent the victims of the system
    enforced by the two major parties themselves.

    Also See: http://www.firv.org/pressreleases/naderirvpr22204.html

    Detroit Free Press article in support of IRV due to Nader:
    http://www.freep.com/news/politics/d...5_20040225.htm

    Oakland Press article in support of IRV due to Nader:
    http://www.fairvote.org/editorials/oakland.htm

    For more of Ferndale for Instant Runoff Voting In The News see
    http://www.firv.org/inthenews.html



    Doug Hoffman wrote in message news:...
    > Charles Hawtrey wrote:
    >
    > > Alan Balmer crawled to the nearest keyboard and
    > > summoned the courage to write:
    > >
    > >> On Thu, 08 Apr 2004 21:46:52 GMT, greger@votenader.org wrote:
    > >>
    > >>> Spam from VoteNader.org? (Or naderexplore04.org)
    > >>
    > >> You didn't spam us before, but you're spamming us now? Good to know
    > >> that this is the *genuine* spam, and not the false spam.

    > >
    > > It's a frame-up. Note the hashbusting text tacked onto the end of the
    > > OP. I point this out only in the interest of fairness as I am
    > > DEFINITELY no fan of the reckless, egomaniacal spoiler candidate Ralph
    > > Nader.

    >
    > If he can spoil the chances for Kerry getting elected, then he's got my
    > applause.
    >
    > Hey, it's an election year. Equal time.
    >
    > -Doug


  5. Re: Statement on Spam and VoteNader.org

    On 10 Apr 2004 04:01:18 -0700, howhow84@hotmail.com (Howard) wrote:

    >The "spoiler" issue is actually a flaw in our election system, and we


    *You* are a flaw in comp.sys.hp.hpux. This is off-topic. Go away.

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    Al Balmer
    Balmer Consulting
    removebalmerconsultingthis@att.net

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