Thursday, November 04, 2004

The Ultimate Felony Against Democracy

Published on Thursday, November 4, 2004 by
The Ultimate Felony Against Democracy
by Thom Hartmann

The hot story in the Blogosphere is that the "erroneous" exit polls that showed Kerry carrying Florida and Ohio (among other states) weren't erroneous at all - it was the numbers produced by paperless voting machines that were wrong, and Kerry actually won. As more and more analysis is done of what may (or may not) be the most massive election fraud in the history of the world, however, it's critical that we keep the largest issue at the forefront at all time: Why are We The People allowing private, for-profit corporations, answerable only to their officers and boards of directors, and loyal only to agendas and politicians that will enhance their profitability, to handle our votes?

Maybe Florida went for Kerry, maybe for Bush. Over time - and through the efforts of some very motivated investigative reporters - we may well find out (Bev Harris of just filed what may be the largest Freedom of Information Act [FOIA} filing in history), and bloggers and investigative reporters are discovering an odd discrepancy in exit polls being largely accurate in paper-ballot states and oddly inaccurate in touch-screen electronic voting states Even raw voter analyses are showing extreme oddities in touch-screen-run Florida, and eagle-eyed bloggers are finding that news organizations are retroactively altering their exit polls to coincide with what the machines ultimately said.


Please read this article in it's entirety.

I shouldn't say I told you so, but I told you so. They used the machines to steal the election. That is why the exit polls were "all wrong". Of course the exit polls were right, the GOP used the machines to change the results. You'll see, and then I can say I told you so all over again.

So long for now. I doubt there is much more I can do or say that will actually add any value real value so I may simlpy pack it in and focus my energies on things I can have a positive effect on, like my own quality of life and personal fortunes.

Good Luck friends and welcome the The Republic of Fubar.

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