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There's a frontpaged story at dKos now and you'll love it.

Chris Bowers defending why he and Kos shafted all the "fraudsters" and how they were right and the fraudsters were all wrong and are nutjobs. How anyone who thinks the popular vote went Kerry's way is a "conspiracy theorist" and whenever the phrase "stolen election" is used it's in scare quotes.

In short those cowards know they were wrong so their best defence is to carry right on and attack the people who were right about it all along.

There has always been something that bothered me about the "stolen election" dairies that have a tendency to rocket up the diaries at Dailykos. I'm sure that part of it stems from how the "stolen election" sentiment online began by calling me, and several other bloggers, cowards for not blogging about it all the time after the election. Part of it stems from the clear nutjobbery of some of the early leaders of the movement, such as Bev Harris. Part of it stems from the "stolen election" claims often pushing the idea that Kerry won the popular vote and not just the Electoral College. One is entirely plausible--the other is pure conspiracy theory

These guys might even make Kerry look good.

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