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November 6, 2002
Dateline: Washington DC, USA
Well, here we are with the proverbial egg on our faces..
You see, we in the media, were so sure that the unprecedented
favorable poll ratings of George W. Bush were an undeniable
harbinger of things to come.. We were wrong...
The “stolen” election of 2000 was NOT forgotten.. The majority
of Americans whose votes were discounted, have NOT “moved
on,” nor have they “gotten over it.”
The two intervening years were merely a stock-pot of simmering
rage, boiling and stewing, just waiting for the opportunity
to “boil over”sending this message “We are mad as hell, and
we have NOT forgotten”...
Democrats swept the 2002 election, turning out in record
numbers.. There were still the requisite “hot spots”, such
as Florida , Missouri and Michigan, but due to the massive
outpouring of concerned citizens with video cameras, and the
presence of foreign media ,and poll watchers, the incidents
of voter disenfranchisement were few ..
Prior to the election, Democrats across the nation were busy
manning phones and sending out letters to supporters and media
across the globe. They were determined that THIS election
would be legitimate.
During the first two scandal-rocked years of the Bush administration,
it has become painfully apparent that the election of 2000
was fraudulent, and that the media has been played like a
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Those two years have been marred by recession, huge budget
deficits,corporate fraud, insider trading,campaign fraud,international
scorn by former allies, and yes, war throughout the world.
One of the first things that the Democratically controlled
House of Representatives and Senate have promised is an full
court press to see that the Fairness Doctrine is reinstated.
The 2003 legislative calendar looks very promising for the
Democrats, and for mainstream America..
Items that are of primary importance are as follows:
1. A comprehensive medical insurance plan for every American
2. Legislation barring pharmaceutical companies from price-gouging
3. Further modifications of the campaign finance reform that
will make lobbying illegal, and punishable by prison term
4. An immediate review of the Social Security Administration,
and the placement of all “excess” payments to it and Medicare
into an untouchable reserve for the retirement of the taxpayers,
who are paying it.
5. The re-regulating of the airline, energy, communications,
banking, and insurance industries.
6. Immediate public hearings into the 2000 election.
7. Impeachment hearings and investigations of the Supreme
As Bush and Cheney prepare for yet another round of testimony
before Congress, there was no comment from the White House.