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Is Some Clarification on Voter Fraud Too Much to Ask For?

Ron Jones of Philadelphia told CNN's Brian Todd he was so inspired to vote he voted more than once.

"It's time for change, man," Jones said. He complained about the long lines and said that "I decided to come back and vote a couple times."

Sure, Jones might have meant he came back TO vote a few times, but wouldn't it be good for the reporter to ask for clarification? Todd didn't seem to mind. In fact, he didn't even blink.

"I think that's against the law, but it's okay, all right. Well, thanks, Ron," Todd said. Then, the camera conveniently cut away.

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