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MissWaverly Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Feb-27-06 07:09 PM
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6. The trend will stop when election fraud is stopped
Edited on Mon Feb-27-06 07:10 PM by MissWaverly
Nevertheless, 153 counties that had voted for Clinton in 1996 and Al Gore in 2000 voted in 2004 for Bush, who increased his margin in 24 of the 30 states he won in 2000 and reduced the Democratic margin of victory in 13 of the 20 states he lost in 2000. This trend will continue until, like every trend, it stops. I read this in Newsweek back page editorial
by George Will, he also mentions that "National politics seem frozen" It is not frozen
it's broke, there's is no way that George Bush made such an inroad into heavy Democratic
voters, he was polling at 47% before the election.

I would like to address any who helped rigged this election, down in New Orleans, tonight
they are seeing patients in tents in the Convention Center, I hope you all are really proud
of what you done. Tonight there are U.S. soldiers over in Iraq who are drinking contaminated water and living in barracks where sewage backup is a problem every day. Tonight there are old people who are having the medications which they need to live, denied
by some fine print on a page written in governmentese. Tonight we move one step closer to
having 21 major US ports taken over by the UAE. With less than 1.5% of the food we consume
produced locally, this is a real threat to our every day security and welfare. This planned
take over was objected to by the National Guard but this did not prevent the Bush administration sign off. Tonight there are people with no heat because they can no afford
to heat their home, while the major oil companies continue to reap record profits. Tonight
the Pentagon has agreed to pay all costs for Halliburton that it found questionable.
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