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September 11, 2008

ADDING INSULT TO INJURY.... Michigan is arguably the top "blue state" target of the McCain campaign, and it's an unpredictable contest, for a variety of reasons.

State Republicans, though, have a plan to give the McCain campaign an edge: suppress the vote.

The chairman of the Republican Party in Macomb County Michigan, a key swing county in a key swing state, is planning to use a list of foreclosed homes to block people from voting in the upcoming election as part of the state GOP's effort to challenge some voters on Election Day.

"We will have a list of foreclosed homes and will make sure people aren't voting from those addresses," party chairman James Carabelli told Michigan Messenger in a telephone interview earlier this week. He said the local party wanted to make sure that proper electoral procedures were followed.

State election rules allow parties to assign "election challengers" to polls to monitor the election. In addition to observing the poll workers, these volunteers can challenge the eligibility of any voter provided they "have a good reason to believe" that the person is not eligible to vote. One allowable reason is that the person is not a "true resident of the city or township."

The Michigan Republicans' planned use of foreclosure lists is apparently an attempt to challenge ineligible voters as not being "true residents."

The scheme would, of course, disproportionately affect African-American families in the area, who are more likely to vote Democratic, and more likely to be in foreclosure as a result of sub-prime loans.

This is just part of a "comprehensive voter-challenge campaign" Michigan Republicans are launching this year, which will coordinate with the regional McCain campaign to train volunteers in challenging those who wish to vote on Election Day. (Whether the foreclosure-driven scheme will be implemented statewide is unclear.)

Asked about the GOP's efforts, Carabelli said, "I would rather not tell you all the things we are doing."

Because nothing says "democracy" like Republicans acting in secret to prevent Americans from participating in an election. And nothing says "in touch with the needs of working families" like trying to capitalize, politically, on a foreclosure crisis, by stopping victims from voting.

The mind reels.

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As if this matters compared to Lipstick!

Posted by: John McCain: Worse than Bush on September 11, 2008 at 4:06 PM | PERMALINK

I suspect the Obama team has access to some pretty good lawyers with expertise on voting rights, no?

Posted by: Jake on September 11, 2008 at 4:07 PM | PERMALINK

I don't know how voting laws work elsewhere, but I actually went quite awhile after moving before I updated my address for my voter registration and voted several times at my old polling place. I asked them about it and they said it was fine. I was even a delegate at my county caucus for my old district and it wasn't a problem. As long as I was just registered once, there wasn't a problem.

So the idea that a foreclosure should mean that someone is denied a vote is absolutely absurd. But I guess absurdity is the only way Republicans can win these days and they'll take what they can get.

Posted by: Doctor Biobrain on September 11, 2008 at 4:09 PM | PERMALINK

What's to stop the 'election challengers' from flat out lying, bringing a list of all addresses in a predominantly minority area, and challenging everyone cream colored or darker?

What's the burden of proof on challenges? Won't excessive amounts of challenges just clog up the system and turn away voters.

Their behavior is a declaration of war against our right and responsibility to vote.

Posted by: doubtful on September 11, 2008 at 4:13 PM | PERMALINK

Help me out here? The GOP preventing people from voting is buried here? What are we a third world nation? When McCain picked Palin, I knew he would do anything to win, but, this a Klu Klux Klan style of manipulating the vote!!! WHY ISN'T THIS ON THE TOP OF CNN, MSNBC and the NY TIMES????

Posted by: Laura Wolfe on September 11, 2008 at 4:17 PM | PERMALINK

This is obviously off-topic, but it says something, something unflattering in my opinion, that there is no mention of 9/11 on this site today. I don't want to be as snarky as usual on this day, but I really, really don't understand the way you folks think.

Posted by: BillyBobSchranzburg on September 11, 2008 at 4:17 PM | PERMALINK

Hey,

Remember about six months ago when people were screaming on high about how Michigan and Florida's primaries not counting was disenfranchisement?

wrong.

THIS is disenfranchisement.

and it makes me want to vomit. There's such a thing as winning (or losing) with honour, a concept foreign to those scumbags (in the truest sense of the term)...

disgusting. Simply disgusting.

Posted by: neilt on September 11, 2008 at 4:18 PM | PERMALINK

Anyone who cares about vote suppression schemes is an elitist. Or maybe a sexist.

Posted by: Lifelong Dem on September 11, 2008 at 4:18 PM | PERMALINK

I don't know why your mind "reels". This sort of thing is exactly how the Republicans stole the last two elections.

And this is only one of the techniques they will use this year to disenfranchise hundreds of thousands of voters all over the country.

We are seeing this year an exact repeat of the pattern established in the 2000 and 2004 elections:

1. The corporate-owned mass media works hand in hand with the Republican Party and the openly partisan right-wing media to glorify the Republican candidate and character-assassinate the Democratic candidate.

2. The Republicans steal the election with voter disenfranchisement and fraud.

Unfortunately, mainstream Democrats have been unwilling either to challenge the corporate media's blatant propagandizing for the Republicians, or to challenge the Republicans' theft of two elections in a row.

Posted by: SecularAnimist on September 11, 2008 at 4:19 PM | PERMALINK

RICO the fuckers. If it won't reach this kind of behavior, if it's the wrong statute, write another ne.

Posted by: Davis X. Machina on September 11, 2008 at 4:21 PM | PERMALINK

Obama needs to start mentioning these news reports and capitalize on it.

Posted by: goethean on September 11, 2008 at 4:22 PM | PERMALINK

They're doing the same thing on a lot of college campuses. Election commissions are saying students can't use their college addresses to register to vote. Which is, of course, patently false under a 1979 Supreme Court ruling. Election commissions are going so far as to pass out flyers saying students would lose health insurance or scholarship and could no longer be claimed as a dependent. This has got to stop.

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/08/education/08students.html?_r=1&oref=slogin

Posted by: Suburban Paradise on September 11, 2008 at 4:24 PM | PERMALINK

A little credit is due Laura Rozen on this. She was one of the first to spread the word from her blog yesterday. What isn't addressed is foreclosed doesn't mean moved out. Many foreclosures are in various stages of dispute, litigation, negotiation and resolution not always resulting in vacating the property. Of course if you're challenged at the polls how do you prove you're still in the listed residence? And who the hell is a poll watcher to allege you don't reside there if a foreclosure listing isn't final proof you've moved to another address? Who wins a he said/he said argument in that scenario?

Posted by: steve duncan on September 11, 2008 at 4:24 PM | PERMALINK

The scheme would, of course, disproportionately affect African-American families in the area

Macomb County? Does that sound right to any other Michiganders? I think this would disproportionately affect blue-collar whites - preventing the risk of Reagan Democrats coming home.

Posted by: apm on September 11, 2008 at 4:27 PM | PERMALINK

Due to the vagaries of the US voting 'system,' elections are, by and large, state matters. If the Obama team wants to fight this clear attempt at vote suppression in the most effective manner, it needs lawyers who are members of the Michigan bar to be stationed at any- and hopefully all- polling places where this tactic is expected.

-Z

Posted by: Zorro on September 11, 2008 at 4:28 PM | PERMALINK

Posted by: BillyBobSchranzburg on September 11, 2008 at 4:17 PM | PERMALINK

Bullshit, Billy Bob. It's right there after everyone's comment. Emphasis mine.

Every post made on this site relates to that awful day and how we progressives are working to catch those responsible and try to prevent it from happening again.

McCain/Palin will fail to make us safer, just like Bush failed to make us safer. They'll do nothing but spread fear like an infectious disease and trample our rights in their quest for power.

Obama/Biden will make this country safer without relying on fear to gain our trust, and they'll do it in a rational, and fiscally sound way.

I'm still appalled at what happened on 9/11 and that's why I'm supporting Obama.

Posted by: doubtful on September 11, 2008 at 4:29 PM | PERMALINK

Obstruction to voting by partisan observers could easily lead to violence.

Posted by: Brojo on September 11, 2008 at 4:29 PM | PERMALINK

BillyBobSchranzburg wrote: "This is obviously off-topic, but it says something, something unflattering in my opinion, that there is no mention of 9/11 on this site today. I don't want to be as snarky as usual on this day, but I really, really don't understand the way you folks think."

You are absolutely right.

There really should be a mention on this site today of how the Cheney-Bush administration cynically exploited the 9/11 attacks with sickening lies about nonexistent connections between Al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein, and nonexistent Iraqi "weapons of mass destruction", in order to terrify the American people into supporting their long-planned war of unprovoked aggression to seize control of Iraq's oil.

There really should be a mention on this site today of how the Cheney-Bush administration's shocking, criminal negligence allowed the 9/11 attacks to succeed, despite the numerous explicit warnings that they received in the months leading up to the attacks, in response to which they did absolutely nothing.

There really should be a mention on this site of how the Cheney-Bush administration's bungling of the war in Afghanistan and misdirection of resources to Iraq has allowed the Taliban to regain strength and Al Qaeda to remain as much of a threat as they were seven years ago.

There really should be a mention on this site today of how the Republican Party has nauseatingly sought to exploit the tragedy of the 9/11 attacks for partisan political gain for the last seven years.

Thanks for pointing it out.

Posted by: SecularAnimist on September 11, 2008 at 4:30 PM | PERMALINK

How is this not an abuse of the system?

A challenge is meant to avoid a scenario where voter fraud would appear likely. How likely is significant fraud by those who have been foreclosed upon and then moved? How many will have moved out of state but attempt to vote in Michigan?

A good rule of thumb: When those with power try to fix a problem which does not exist it is time to consider ulterior motives...

Posted by: sven on September 11, 2008 at 4:33 PM | PERMALINK

Why don't we handle our elections like a civilized country?

Are you 18? A citizen?
Stick your thumb in the blue dye and vote.

Posted by: Buford on September 11, 2008 at 4:34 PM | PERMALINK

OK SecularAnimist, now you've covered your ass.

Posted by: BuzzMon on September 11, 2008 at 4:36 PM | PERMALINK

i dont mean to sound like one of those allegedly condescending liberal intellectual elitists or anything billybob, but you might actually want to read the site before lobbing grenades because, well, when you don't you sound pretty fucking stupid.

Steve gave top billing in his Noon mini-report feature to this:

* Both Obama and McCain issued statements honoring the anniversary of 9/11.

Posted by: zeitgeist on September 11, 2008 at 4:39 PM | PERMALINK

If you want to make a difference, help out one of the only guys who IS: http://www.gregpalast.com/obama-doesn%E2%80%99t-sweat-he-should/#more-2056

Greg Palast (and Bev Harris of BBV) are about the only two people who seem to give a damn that the Repigs are stealing and hacking our democracy right before our very eyes. Just when I think they have sunk as low as they can go, the repigs keep digging.

Posted by: OptiMysticalCynic on September 11, 2008 at 4:46 PM | PERMALINK

Many of us warned about election fraud many months, or even years ago, I'm sure. The mind reels if the Democrats let this happen again. Obama should have designated high subordinates in every state to be all over this and kept a mention in every speech. All captains should know, have verified, and constantly monitor locations, quantity and state of machines, turnout capacity, emergency responses, etc. for their precincts. It may not be too late, but it sure is cutting it close.

If deliberately transparent fraud is successful and the cities burn, say goodbye to the Bill of Rights. A cancer has metastasized in American politics. It MAY be too late to save the patient.

Posted by: Michael7843853 on September 11, 2008 at 4:47 PM | PERMALINK

... and the stomach retches.

Posted by: Basilisc on September 11, 2008 at 4:48 PM | PERMALINK

Michigan is arguably the top "blue state" target of the McCain campaign, and it's an unpredictable contest, for a variety of reasons.

What's funny is how one of the real reasons is not mentioned: one of the "shining lightworkers" of "progressivism" is on his way to jail for perjury and obstruction of justice, the Obama supporting superdelegate and ex-mayor Kwame Kilpatrick. Maybe the voters aren't really impressed with Obama since he told people a couple of years ago about how Kilpatrick was a great mayor and for "bringing about a Renaissance" in Detroit. And look what kind of Renaissance Detroit has become.

State Republicans, though, have a plan to give the McCain campaign an edge: suppress the vote.

Always good reporting from another Pravda spinoff.

Posted by: SteveIL on September 11, 2008 at 4:49 PM | PERMALINK

Republicans recognize that America would be better off if only the wealthy were allowed to vote. One million in net worth or no ballot box for you. I can't wait to have our future decided by Snoop Dogg, Paris Hilton and Britney Spears.

Posted by: Dennis - SGMM on September 11, 2008 at 4:49 PM | PERMALINK

there is no mention of 9/11 on this site today

How about this, jackoff?

Bin Laden determined to strike in US

And let's not forget your boy Bush's response: "Okay, you've covered your ass, now."

We don't need one particular day to be reminded of Bush's incompetence or the lives said incompetence has ruined, thank you very much. 9/11 is just the most conspicuous example.

Posted by: Gregory on September 11, 2008 at 4:51 PM | PERMALINK

The Republicans are playing with fire if they think Michiganoids will accept challenges to their right to vote. Michiganoids probably will not humbly hang their heads and relinquish their right to vote because of a challenge by some Republican apparatchik, but may instead offer a kinesthetic response.

Posted by: Brojo on September 11, 2008 at 4:59 PM | PERMALINK

OK, lets just start using the F word from now on. The Republican party is openly calling for supporters to think with their blood.

You can put lipstick on Franco..........

Posted by: DonkeyKong on September 11, 2008 at 5:03 PM | PERMALINK

SteveIL,

Nice to see your metal loving douchebaggery again. Your brand has a certain smell to it that other trolls just can't quite capture.

It's bullshit, sure enough, but with a hint of lavender? No, no, maybe rosemary?

I just can't quite put my finger on it. You've just got to let me have the recipe!

Posted by: doubtful on September 11, 2008 at 5:05 PM | PERMALINK

Might the challengers be subject to individual lawsuits if they were preventing legitimate voters from placeing a vote by making false claims? After all, by accusing people of illegally voting they are calling them criminals. Isn't that slander? And aren't there legal consequences for falsely accusing someone of a crime?

Posted by: hodger on September 11, 2008 at 5:08 PM | PERMALINK

OK, lets just start using the F word from now on.
____________________________________

Agreed. She's a FASCIST pig with lipstick.

Posted by: OptiMysticalCynic on September 11, 2008 at 5:09 PM | PERMALINK

SecualarAnimist:We are seeing this year an exact repeat of the pattern established in the 2000 and 2004 elections

Yes and no.
Yes peat, but no repeat...

The existence of your quote proves my point. Someone once argued that the purpose of books like 1984 and Brave New World was to prevent the very dystopias they envisioned.

So too with quotes like yours and posts like this one Bob Cesca: Fooled Again

Ergo I argue:
We are sharper this time. Madder. More focused. More keen to the battle lines. And we have more millions contributing more millions. This one isn't over yet...

But don't take my word for it...
Take Bill's.
Into the fray... HOORAY!

Posted by: koreyel on September 11, 2008 at 5:11 PM | PERMALINK

Recommended reading:

Nearly 600,000 Subject to Possible Caging in Ohio
By David Rosenfeld, Miller-McCune
September 5, 2008

Posted by: SecularAnimist on September 11, 2008 at 5:12 PM | PERMALINK

Rasmussen has Michigan at O 51 M 46.

I think we can keep it outside the margin of theft.

Posted by: douglasfactors on September 11, 2008 at 5:15 PM | PERMALINK

More recommended reading:

Ten Ways the McCain/Palin GOP Is Now Stealing the Ohio Vote
by Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman
September 9, 2008
www.CommonDreams.org


Posted by: SecularAnimist on September 11, 2008 at 5:16 PM | PERMALINK

I said it in a previous thread, and I'll say it again here: a big way to avoid a lot of these schemes is *use early voting*! The people required to verify your records are *right there* and you won't have to worry about long lines or broken machines in your precinct on Election Day. Vote via early voting and encourage *everyone* you know to do the same. Blog it, shout it, let people know every way you can.

Posted by: brainchild on September 11, 2008 at 5:19 PM | PERMALINK

Also, to all my fellow conservative Michiganders, I encourage you all to take advantage of the 'Republican Only Voting Engagement,' or ROVE on Wednesday, November 5th.

Only conservatives will be allowed to vote on that day, so you won't have to wait in long stinky lines of liberals, especially those who have the audacity to have a skin color darker than yours.

See you there!

Posted by: James Carabelli on September 11, 2008 at 5:19 PM | PERMALINK

Has it come to this? Do we need to ask UN observers to monitor our elections? We truly are on our way to becoming a 3rd world country.

Posted by: Lori on September 11, 2008 at 5:27 PM | PERMALINK

While Obama's ground game strategy is touted frequently in political reporting, we shouldn't forget that the GOP has a ground game too. The Democrats are playing a game of addition--getting as many people as possible (esp. Dems and Independents) to the polls under the assumption that this will work in their favor. Meanwhile, the GOP plays a game of subtraction--exclude as many "bad" voters as possible. I guess we can't take that perceived ground game advantage for granted.

Posted by: Miki on September 11, 2008 at 5:35 PM | PERMALINK

John McCain: Election First

This is so un-American it is difficult to believe. Fucking neo-"conservatives". I'm going to the next gun show god damnit.

Posted by: Trollop Dearest on September 11, 2008 at 5:39 PM | PERMALINK

What are the Democrats doing to stop this?

Posted by: Chris on September 11, 2008 at 5:56 PM | PERMALINK

"...Asked about the GOP's efforts, Carabelli said, "I would rather not tell you all the things we are doing."..."

It's for damn sure that the republicans know everything the dems are planning thanks to the passage of the new FISA giving those inpower the right and will to record all communidations in the dem party. Thanks Harry Reid, Jay Rockefellar, Pelosi, because of you republicans are listening to everything you say.

It should be a law that those challenged cannot be challenged on election day or without a hearing. Their vote should be accepted on their word alone of being legally and rightfully qualified to vote, and if challenged then the hearing would be after the election and would result in stiff penalties of fines and imprisonment if they falsified information. This would be threatening enough to prevent fraud while still allowing those qualified to legally cast their vote.

If Republicans really cared about fair elections then they would try to make it possible for everyone to vote rather than trying to find ways to disenfranchise voters. Unless they steal it they know they cannot win.

Posted by: bjobotts on September 11, 2008 at 6:00 PM | PERMALINK

You realize that until they are evicted or voluntarily leave former owners are still residents of the foreclosed homes. The Republicans might want to run their little program past a real estate lawyer.

Posted by: Ron Byers on September 11, 2008 at 6:16 PM | PERMALINK

Steve in IL...I live in IL too. Maybe we even live close to each other. You should hope not, because if lying anti-voting people like you come across my path I'm likely to hurt you very badly. Now go away before I start to care about you.

Posted by: Eclectic on September 11, 2008 at 6:17 PM | PERMALINK

I don't know how voting laws work elsewhere, but I actually went quite awhile after moving before I updated my address for my voter registration and voted several times at my old polling place. -- Dr Biobrain, @16:09

You couldn't have done that in my little town, certainly not more than once. You have to show some sort of ID (preferably your voter ID card, sent out -- at no charge -- to everyone on the rolls. It's not a photo ID, however), with your current address on it. If the address on the ID is not the same as that on the rolls (or if your name isn't on the rolls at all), you're redirected to cast a provisional vote. Lots of paperwork, and you have to fill it it out while a poll worker is breathing down your neck -- which means a lot of time, too, given how few people are willing to be poll workers (the only time we're not short is during some primaries, never during the actual elections. I dread this Nov 4th in more ways than one).

*And* you're only allowed to do it once, not every couple of years...

Posted by: exlibra on September 11, 2008 at 6:22 PM | PERMALINK

Sorry Steve Duncan, you beat me to it. The plan is doomed because foreclosure only concerns ownership. It doesn't determine residence.

Posted by: Ron Byers on September 11, 2008 at 6:24 PM | PERMALINK

Regardless of if you moved you still have your ID proving who you are and should still have the right to vote regardless.

What happens to challenged votes. They should be counted until the challenge is "proved". What is to prevent "poll watchers" from challeging republicans and what does that mean if they do. Do they have to run home and get a utility bill or what?
Challengers should pay hearing costs if they are wrong...that would slow down those uncertain of their challenge. The voter should be allowed to vote and if challenged then must come to a hearing after the vote count where they will be imprisoned if their vote was fraudulent...that would deter those improperly trying to vote. But all of this , hearing and penalties etc. for challenged votes should always be done after the election and all votes should be counted (you know, innocent until proven guilty).

Challenges should not prevent you from voting or keep your vote from being counted since there is no history of voter fraud to support it being otherwise. The DNC should be challenging the challenger's rights to disrupt the election process.

Posted by: joey on September 11, 2008 at 6:26 PM | PERMALINK

[trolling deleted]

Posted by: SteveIL on September 11, 2008 at 6:30 PM | PERMALINK

The same way sexist Sen. Barack Obama stole the election from Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Marx had an astute obsrevation about history repeating itself.

Posted by: Liz on September 11, 2008 at 8:09 PM | PERMALINK

The same way sexist Sen. Barack Obama stole the election from Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Marx had an astute obsrevation about history repeating itself.

Say it, Sister Liz! When I was living in Chicago, which was 117% black at the time and therefore an impossible place for a white person, especially a woman, to get a fair shake, unqualified men constantly stole elections from more capable women by using empty flattery and smooth talk to convince more people to vote for them. Although there should be a law against that, no male legislator would pass it. So it's good to see the GOP correcting the false results of our primary by disenfranchising Democrats. It's really the only way you'll learn.

Posted by: Insane Fake Professor on September 11, 2008 at 8:19 PM | PERMALINK

Why does the GOP hate America?

Posted by: RememberNovember on September 12, 2008 at 8:12 AM | PERMALINK

The same thing is happening in Wisconsin where the Republican AG (who also happens to be one of the managers of McCain's campaign in the state) is suing to have all voters show ID or not be able to vote.

I am sure this is only a coincidence.

Posted by: mikeyes on September 12, 2008 at 10:10 AM | PERMALINK

"The scheme would, of course, disproportionately affect African-American families in the area, who are more likely to vote Democratic, and more likely to be in foreclosure as a result of sub-prime loans."

No, no, no, Steve. You're missing the point and unnecessarily seeing this in racial terms.

The will disproportionately affect people HARD HIT by the economy, and in Michigan that might not necessarily be black people.

This is directed at those who have been bilked by mortgage brokers.

Obama's troops need to get out ahead of this, find those people, get them re-registered at new addresses, make sure they have valid state-issued photo IDs ALSO reflecting their new addresses, and get them to the polls.

Of course, if they re-register as Republicrats, the troops can just toss those in the trash. (Remember that ReThug trick?)

Finally, a 527 needs to get this on the air in Michagan NOW.

Posted by: CalGal on September 12, 2008 at 1:26 PM | PERMALINK

"This is obviously off-topic, but it says something, something unflattering in my opinion, that there is no mention of 9/11 on this site today."

I had a sort of different take on the whole "9/11" memorial thing, Billy Bob, when I saw photos today of the relatives weeping at the memorial.

9/11 was a tragedy, sure, but I don't think we're really helping the living victims (family and friends) be re-opening their wounds every year.

They need closure, they need to move on with their lives, just like every survivor after the death of a loved one. It hurts, it hurts terribly, but letting that hurt take over your life forever deprives you of the joy of life.

Death is inevitable, but if we think about all the time, we are throwing away our life.

Let these people go.

They'll remember every September 11th, but to pick at their scabs publicly? No, I don't think that's a good thing.

I think after 5 years, they should have scaled back.

And I don't think there is ANY American who needs to be reminded what the significance is of the date.

Posted by: CalGal on September 12, 2008 at 1:32 PM | PERMALINK

"Might the challengers be subject to individual lawsuits if they were preventing legitimate voters from placeing a vote by making false claims? After all, by accusing people of illegally voting they are calling them criminals. Isn't that slander? And aren't there legal consequences for falsely accusing someone of a crime?"

Doesn't matter. If they can't vote, their vote can't be counted, and it's all over. See Florida 2000.

Posted by: A noun, a verb and POW on September 12, 2008 at 1:39 PM | PERMALINK

I also want to note, as an alum of the Civil Rights Division of the DOJ, that this is Karl Rove's evil scheme to corrupt the Justice Department coming home to roost.

Prior to Monica Goodling and her ilk, the Voting Rights Section of the Civil Rights Division would have been ALL OVER this.

Now, not so much. Now "voting rights" means the right of the right to keep people from voting.

Sigh.

Posted by: CalGal on September 12, 2008 at 1:44 PM | PERMALINK




 

 

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