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nashuaadvocate Donating Member (514 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-08-05 08:53 PM
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The Nashua Advocate: Orange Report No. 3
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and tell your friends.

Keep up the good work!

The News Editor
The Nashua Advocate

(The Orange Report 2005. All rights reserved).
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keepthemhonest Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-08-05 08:59 PM
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and look for your Posts.Thanks again!As soon as I figure out how to use my email i'll put you in my favorites.Take care
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Al-CIAda Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-08-05 09:26 PM
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2. He has an alibi ...
This also puts him in the clear as far as being witness to the fraud- lucky him.


According to the St. Louis Dispatch, Republican Paul DeGregorio was -recently appointed by President Bush to a two-year term as vice-chairman of the Comission.
Salary? $140,000 a year.
So what was Mr. DeGregorio doing on Election Day? Why, shuttling around the country searching for irregularities -- in heavily-Democratic states and counties.
First, New York City.
Next, New Jersey.
Next, Chicago.
Next, overwhelmingly-Democratic St. Louis.
Nevada? New Mexico? Florida? Ohio?
They saw neither hide nor hair of DeGregorio on Election Day.
But surely, despite this staggering inattention to red-state irregularities, the man does care about minority voters who waited ten hours to vote in Ohio?
Yes, he does, to the tune of this instantly-infamous quote: "I have seen people in Nigeria wait three or four hours in 105-degree temperature in the hot sun. They don't complain and they are pleased to participate in a presidential election."
Thank you, President Bush, for this gift to election reform.
Our $140,000/year in tax money was clearly well spent.
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k8conant Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-08-05 10:05 PM
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3. Check out the web site: I found it useless but maybe...
Edited on Sat Jan-08-05 10:06 PM by k8conant
there's something lurking in the alibis there at the Election Assistance Commission.

www.eac.gov

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dzika Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-08-05 10:12 PM
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4. Bush Promotes Election Official

01/08/2005

Elections observer will oversee changes

By Bill Lambrecht
Post-Dispatch Washington Bureau



Paul DeGregorio

All of that added up to nearly 24 straight hours of election monitoring for DeGregorio, who was elevated last week to vice-chairman of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission.

His job as the No. 2 person at the nation's new election watchdog agency will put DeGregorio at the center of election reform during a time of epochal transition in how many Americans vote. In Missouri alone, 65 percent of voters will see new voting equipment in 2006; in Illinois, about 60 percent.

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One year ago, President George W. Bush appointed DeGregorio, a Republican, to a two-year term on the commission, which pays a salary of $140,000. He commutes weekly to Washington to work, typically catching a 6:50 a.m. flight on Monday and returning home Friday evening.

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Few voters have heard of the commission, but 7,000 election officials around the county know all about it. Thus far, it has distributed $2.4 billion in federal funds for election reform, including $61 million to Missouri and $45 million to Illinois. (Illinois is in line to receive another $98 million.)

-snip-

DeGregorio agrees with that outcome, saying he has seen "no discrepancies or problems that call into question the fact that President Bush carried Ohio."


more
http://www.stltoday.com/stltoday/news/stories.nsf/newsw...
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