And this post actually highlights the difference between the democrat and republican machines.
There is no hypocracy. And you know it. Republicans in washington are claiming fraud through innuendo. They have no factual basis for their accustaions.
The Democrats on the otherhand do have factual basis. The problem is that the tactics of Republican's in Ohio were (mostly) legal. The issue is whether they were fair; for example Ohio Republicans have gleefully admitted they shorted Democratic counties voting machines. They admit their operatives stood outside democratic leaning district's polling placing and implied that voters had to present to them legal documentation to vote. They admit their operatives went into Democratic precincts to gather voter registration paperwork then threw the paperwork away (this of course left many potential democrat voters under the impression they had alreayd registered and therefore unable to vote on election day).
Were these tactics illegal. No (although it is also worth noting that Republicans, unlike Democrats have lost several court cases in which similar tactics were found to be illegal). Were they fair? No.
The difference is that problems in Washington (and there were more than just King County) were the result of normal human error, not a concerted, organized effort (legal or not).
The difference is Republicans don't believe in fair play. They believe in winning at all costs. That is why I am not a Republican. Because I believe in Democracy and the rule of law.