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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-08-06 10:06 PM
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Deviant Democracy: Foley Helped Steal Florida – Election Reform News 10/0
Edited on Sun Oct-08-06 10:58 PM by autorank

It started here with ABC on September 28, 2006.


Sixteen-Year-Old Who Worked as Capitol Hill Page Concerned About E-mail Exchange with Congressman
September 28, 2006 3:06 PM
Rhonda Schwartz and Maddy Sauer Report:
A 16-year-old male former congressional page concerned about the appropriateness of an e-mail exchange with a congressman alerted Capitol Hill staffers to the communication.

…and now look where it is. Los Angeles Times, October 8, 2006


A former House page says he had sex with then-Rep. Mark Foley (R-Fla.) after receiving explicit e-mails in which the congressman described assessingthe sexual orientation and physical attributes of underage pages but waiting until later to make direct advances.

Snip

Yet the former page's exchanges with Foley offer a glimpse of possible predatory behavior by the congressman as he assessed male teenagers assigned as House errand-runners. Los Angeles Times October 8,

But look at Foley’s crime against all Americans.


Why don’t they cover this!!!!!
After all, it’s only the theft of an entire nation!!!


During the days the debate raged over the vote, Foley launched a one-man spin crusade against the Democrats. He blamed outside agitators and "political operatives" for interfering in Florida's vote. He claimed that any suggestion that the vote was unfair insulted his constituents. He downplayed the significance of the vote for Buchanan, and at the same time defended it by implying that there was a stealth core of Reform Party backers in the County. Ofari Hutchinson , October 7, 2006


Never forget the pursuit of Truth.
Only the deluded & complicit accept election results on blind faith.
Election Reform, Fraud, & Related News October 9, 2006


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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-08-06 10:07 PM
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1. Deviant Democracy: Foley’s Role in the Theft of Florida 2000

The theft of Florida was the alpha event of our current miseries. Guess who was right there, attack dog Congressman Mark Foley. He sure knew a lot about democracy and voting. He spoke out early and often defending the precious election joke in Palm Beach. He was one of the fiersest of the Bush crew in Florida and he made things happen, like the “sElection” of Bush. Thanks Mark. Enjoy your retirement (which we are paying for since he resigned before getting the heave ho. DISGUSTING.


10.07.2006
Foley Helped Bush Disenfranchise Florida Black Voters
Earl Ofari Hutchinson


http://tinyurl.com/o9nbs

Foley well knew that even the smallest change in the vote totals would affect the outcome of the race. A manual recount would have been a disaster for Bush especially if the deeply suspect Buchanan votes were tossed.

During the days the debate raged over the vote, Foley launched a one-man spin crusade against the Democrats. He blamed outside agitators and "political operatives" for interfering in Florida's vote. He claimed that any suggestion that the vote was unfair insulted his constituents. He downplayed the significance of the vote for Buchanan, and at the same time defended it by implying that there was a stealth core of Reform Party backers in the County.


He demanded an end to the lawsuits, and appeals, and implored the Secretary of State to officially certify the vote. The rest of course is history. Thanks to a pro Bush U.S. Supreme Court decision that specifically tossed the Gore camp's flagship lawsuit against the Palm Beach registrars, the disputed votes were never recounted, and the controversial ballots weren't voided. And Bush got his wafer thin 537-vote victory in Florida, and the White House.

Bush paid a huge price for the victory that Foley helped stage-manage. Florida became the eternal symbol of black voter disgust and disfranchisement. That imprinted the indelible image of the Republicans as corrupt, mean-spirited, anti-civil rights, and racially insensitive. The Florida vote hopelessly alienated civil rights leaders, the Congressional Black Caucus, and thousands of black voters. They have waged relentless political warfare against Bush since then. Meanwhile, Foley's tight toe of the Bush legislative policy line in the House has earned him bottom grades from the NAACP on civil rights, labor and economic issues. He got an F grade on the NAACP's 2006 Civil Rights Legislative Report Card.

CHECK www.electionfraudnews.com every now and then…
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Miss_Underestimated Donating Member (239 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-09-06 03:05 AM
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14. I can see the headline now
Foley and Bolton caught doin' the nasty (that is, to the state of Florida and the US, heh, heh) :evilgrin:
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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-09-06 03:34 AM
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15. Welcome to DU!!! n/t
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nolabels Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Oct-10-06 09:08 AM
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25. No doubt, being cynical is now a way of life in these United States
It's like when haven't they been caught lying and cheating. They will do and say just about anything to keep power out the majority holding regular peoples hands :shrug:
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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-08-06 10:09 PM
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2. Mexico: Lopez Obrador Not Kidding about Parallel Government
And why should he kid around. He won the election as demonstrated by the ruling class REFUSING TO DO A RECOUNT, several of which could have been completed by now. Things will heat up in Mexico with Oaxaca in full rebelling and Chiapis getting ready.

St. Petersburg Times: Oct 7, 2006
Dispute over election keeps Mexico on edge. Supporters refuse to admit
that Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador lost the presidential election and vow
to set up their own government in protest.


By DAVID ADAMS, Times Latin America Correspondent
Published October 8, 2006
http://tinyurl.com/ohtz7
By Times Latin America Correspondent

MEXICO CITY — Esperanza Luna, 60, spent 48 days this summer sleeping on a mattress under a tent in Mexico’s colonial plaza, the Zocalo.
“It was an ordeal, but we had to support our candidate,” she said. “A massive fraud was perpetrated on us.”

Luna and many other Mexicans say they remain convinced that presidential elections in early July were stolen by the country’s political and business elite.
The sit-in by thousands of supporters of leftist candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador lasted 2½ months, even after a partial recount ratified the results.

But the political battle over July’s election results is far from over. Unlike the bitterly contested U.S. presidential election in 2000, Lopez Obrador refuses to follow Al Gore’s example and accept defeat.

Instead, he vows he will never recognize the victory of conservative candidate Felipe Calderon, who was confirmed president-elect last month by electoral officials.
Lopez Obrador is not kidding, either.
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tblue Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-09-06 08:52 PM
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22. Man, I admire the people of Mexico. They have a lot to teach us.
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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Oct-10-06 05:22 AM
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24. How's your Spanish..Welcome to DU!!!
Here's a good use of your skills...http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0608/S00268.htm ... or if ou'r like me, you'll click on the link to the English version.

Welcome.
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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-08-06 10:09 PM
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3. AZ: More Election Racism: Arizona Refuses to Fix Problem it Created

Here you go. Visions of the future. Voters registered in Maricopa County under a Voter ID Law requiring more identification than previously required. Many, perhaps 20,000, were rejected. A US Court of Appeals just overturned the law. But guess what, Maricopa County Registrar Karen Osborne acknowledges that they have these registrations, which would have been valid under the Court ruling; and she’s not going to go back retroactively and either (a) validate the registrations or (b) notify those rejected that they might no be registered if they return.

KAREN OSBORNE, MAIRCOPA COUNTY ELECTIONS SUPERVISOR, YOU ARE TODAY’S WORST ELECTIONS OFFICIAL!!!



The East Valley Tribune:
20,000 voters out in the cold

By J. Craig Anderson, Tribune
http://tinyurl.com/r4dqp
October 7, 2006

9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judges granted an injunction Thursday against enforcing provisions of the law known as Proposition 200, which require voters to provide proof of citizenship when registering and proof of identification at the polls.

Given that midnight Monday is the deadline for registration, plaintiffs’ attorney David Rosenbaum said county elections workers should retroactively approve all of the denied applications based on the court’s ruling.

“Since those registration forms are already in hand, it’s as if they met the deadline,” said Rosenbaum, who represents a group of Prop. 200 opponents that includes the Intertribal Council of Arizona, the League of Women Voters of Arizona, the League of United Latin American Citizens and the Arizona Advocacy Network.

But Maricopa County Elections Director Karen Osborne said the court’s ruling failed to mention anything about retroactive approvals, and that doing so would pose logistical problems such as having to verify the current address of each applicant.

“It’s certainly going to take more (legal) action to have us approve those,” Osborne said.

CHECK www.electionfraudnews.com every now and then…

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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-08-06 10:11 PM
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4. CA: More Election Racism: Black Voters in Southern California
It’s everywhere. Remember the tired old theme, disenfranchise and suppress the black and other minority voters and… well you know what.


blackvoice.com
Black Voters Increasingly the Target of
Creative Intimidation and Suppression


http://tinyurl.com/mzgu9
Thursday, 05 October 200

SAN BERNARDINO
"THE LONG SHADOW OF JIM CROW"


By Chris Levister

The 1965 Voting Rights Act was among the crowning achievements of the civil rights movement. It would be encouraging to think that the last vestiges of voter intimidation, oppression and suppression were swept away by the passage and recent renewal of the historic law.

Yet a growing number of reports cast a harsh spotlight on flaws in our voting system. The reports suggest voter suppression is not a relic of the past and warn of the increasing use of creative, cynical and subtle tactics that have taken their place.

Meet Prentice, a registered Democrat who served in the Navy overseas from 2003 to 2005. When he showed up in his San Bernardino precinct to vote in the November 2005 California Special Election he was turned away. The reason according to the poll worker: "He was registered to vote from a false address." "I was shocked to learn I was listed among voters registered in Jacksonville, Florida," said Prentice whose mother and sister live near the Jacksonville Naval Air Station. "San Bernardino

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Last month the Riverside Press Enterprise reported the political party affiliation of dozens of Inland voters was switched to Republican without their knowledge during recent GOP-funded registration drives. Investigations by the state and the San Bernardino County district attorney's office into suspicious voter registrations have yet to produce any criminal charges. The PE reported registered Democrats were sent GOP absentee ballots and party campaign materials and were allowed to vote only for Republicans.

CHECK www.electionfraudnews.com every now and then…
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tblue Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Oct-10-06 03:13 PM
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26. I'm from there
Edited on Tue Oct-10-06 03:14 PM by tblue
I call it the armpit, the Texas, of California. Redneck and racist, segregated, and devoid of culture, hot, dry and economically struggling, but LOTS of great Mexican food (which makes up for a lot). My apologies to the Dixie Chicks, Barbara Jordan, and the other cool people of Texas. I know you're out there!

Doesn't surprise me, but it sure does turn my stomach! Thanks for posting. Now I'm pissed off all over again.
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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-08-06 10:12 PM
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5. Nation: Voter Suppression in Spotlight Around Country

They’re coming on strong, the Republicans who seem intent on denying people of color the vote. The Amsterdam News summarizes the national strategy pretty well. It’s been there since 1876 (that’s “eighteen” (18) 76). There is no point in saying “Shame on you” to these enemies of democracy. They’re shameless.


The Amsterdam News: Oct. 05, 2006
Efforts made to curb voting rights violations


by KAREN JUANITA CARRILLO
Special to AmNews
Originally posted 10/5/2006
http://tinyurl.com/oqm5z

There are but five weeks to go before this year’s crucial midterm elections, yet voting rights problems that first surfaced on November 2, 2004 remain evident in many states across the nation.

But there have been some efforts to combat chances of their re-occurrence in this year’s elections. Or, at the least, prior to the presidential elections of 2008.

Lawsuits have mounted against efforts to deny the vote to U.S. citizens. In Arizona, Gonzales v. Arizona, as well as Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. v. Brewer, challenges Arizona Secretary of State Jan Brewer from enforcing the proof of citizenship provisions of Proposition 200, the Arizona Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act. Proposition 200 requires proof of citizenship for anyone registering to vote and for anyone who is to be allowed to vote at polling sites.

Similar proof of citizenship lawsuits are being fought in Missouri (NAACP v. Carnahan and Jackson County v. Missouri), Colorado (Common Cause v. Davidson), Georgia (Common Cause v. Billups), Washington (Washington Association of Churches v. Reed), Indiana (Indiana v. Rokita), Florida (League of Women Voters v. Cobb), Michigan and Ohio.

Ohio, one of the states that played such a pivotal role in the last presidential election, has seen a number of elections-related lawsuits. The National Voting Rights Institute recently filed suit in federal court against Ohio Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell and the state’s Director of the Department of Job and Family Services (DJFS) Barbara Riley for violating the 1993 National Voter Registration Act (Motor Voter Act). The suit claims that low-income residents were not provided with opportunities to register to vote at public-assistance and motor vehicles offices, as is required by the act.
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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-08-06 10:12 PM
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6. Finally: Opposition Cites Georgia Election Fraud

Oops, Wrong opposition, wrong Georgia, wrong opposition..

Associated Press
Opposition Cites Georgia Election Fraud

By MISHA DZHINDZHIKHASHVILI , 10.06.2006, 09:27 AM
http://tinyurl.com/oxjf5

Opposition leaders alleged Friday that Georgia's local and regional elections were riddled with fraud, but international monitors said the balloting was conducted "with general respect for fundamental freedoms."

President Mikhail Saakashvili told supporters that his United National Movement Party won "a minimum of 70 percent" across the country in voting Thursday.

Saakashvili cited exit polls reported by Georgian television, which said his party was ahead with around 56 percent of the vote, followed by the joint opposition Republican-Conservative bloc with 8.1 percent. The exit poll methodology could not be verified.

The Central Election Commission had been expected to announce preliminary results Friday but it said that it would only be releasing vote counts for certain districts and a fuller picture might not emerge for three days. It said provisional turnout among the 3.2 million registered voters was 40 percent.

CHECK www.electionfraudnews.com every now and then…
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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-08-06 10:13 PM
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7. OH: Diebold Memory Cards Stolen
Here we go again. Great article by activist Rady Ananda. Triad or no Triad, they’re going to try and steal Ohio again. Where do they start? Cuyahoga County of course.



Opednews.com Oct
Diebold Memory Cards Stolen
by Rady Ananda


October 7, 2006 at 16:47:23

http://tinyurl.com/ngogg
http://www.opednews.com

Results from any Diebold machine now suspect for midterm elections

The Associated Press reported yesterday that several memory cards were "lost or stolen" during Cuyahoga County's May 2006 primary, jeopardizing the November vote count of 48 of Ohio's 88 counties that use Diebold electronic voting systems or central tabulators. http://www.ohio.com/mld/beaconjournal/news/state/156967...

"Anyone who has physical access to a voting machine, or to a memory card that will later be inserted into a machine, can install malicious software using a simple method that takes as little as one minute," computer scientists from Princeton University reported last month. http://itpolicy.princeton.edu/voting

Nationwide, the election results from any Diebold machine are now suspect, with these stolen memory cards in circulation. In 2003, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) warned that altered memory cards could allow someone with physical access "to falsify election results without leaving any record." http://theory.lcs.mit.edu/~rivest/voting/reports/Fische...

Forty-eight counties in Ohio use Diebold technology, representing more than half of Ohio's registered voters. In May, the Secretary of State's office released confirmation of which counties purchased which voting systems for use in November's midterm election. (A map showing which Ohio counties are using which technology will be posted shortly at www.GuvWurld.org, key word search "Rady," scroll list of articles for "2006 Map Ohio County by e-Vendor")

CHECK www.electionfraudnews.com every now and then…

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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-08-06 10:15 PM
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8. FL: Wow, They’re Finally Getting Skeptical Down there
Florida Media – wow! They’re finally getting the message. How convenient!


Right touch? Voting screens draw doubts
But local officials have confidence in systems here



By Larry Hannan (Contact)
Saturday, October 7, 2006

Confidence can be a funny thing.

The Center for Information Technology Policy and Dept. of Computer Science at Princeton University reported that, "Even careful forensic examination of these records will find nothing amiss." (supra)
Confidence can be a funny thing.
After complaints about voting irregularities during the 2000 presidential election, Florida completely revamped its election equipment from a punch card system to a touch screen system.
The move was seen as necessary to ease concerns about votes not being counted.
Now, six years later, election officials are finding voter confidence at an all-time low with the touch screen system they installed.

CHECK www.electionfraudnews.com every now and then…
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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-08-06 10:16 PM
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9. Thanks for Nothing Carville!!!
…or maybe not. It’s provocative nonetheless.



TPM Café:
Did Carville Tip Bush Off to Kerry Strategy (Woodward)
By M.J. Rosenberg | bio


0ct. 7, 2005

I just came across a troubling incident that Bob Woodward reports in his new book. Very troubling.

On page 344, Woodward describes the doings at the White House in the early morning hours of Wednesday, the day after the '04 election.

Apparently, Kerry had decided not to concede. There were 250,000 outstanding ballots in Ohio.

So Kerry decides to fight. In fact, he considers going to Ohio to camp out with his voters until there is a recount. This is the last thing the White House needs, especially after Florida 2000.

So what happened?

James Carville gets on the phone with his wife, Mary Matalin, who is at the White House with Bush.

"Carville told her he had some inside news. The Kerry campaign was going to challenge the provisional ballots in Ohio -- perhaps up to 250,000 of them. 'I don't agree with it, Carville said. I'm just telling you that's what they're talking about.'

"Matalin went to Cheney to report...You better tell the President Cheney told her."

Matalin does, advising Bush that "somebody in authority needed to get in touch with J. Kenneth Blackwell, the Republican Secretary of State in Ohio who would be in charge of any challenge to the provisional votes." An SOS goes out to Blackwell.

CHECK www.electionfraudnews.com every now and then…
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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-08-06 10:17 PM
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10. VENEZUELA: The case of the missing vote (and voter)
Here’s a true leftie news service with a take on Venezuela that is of interest. They claim that the introduction of voting machines is what gave the people a chance to an honest election.


VENEZUELA: The case of the missing vote (and voter)
http://tinyurl.com/mkwvm
Olivia Burlingame Goumbri

Last year the Chilean polling firm Latinobarometro published results from 20,000 face-to-face interviews in 18 Latin American countries. Venezuelans, more than any other nationality polled, described their government as “totally democratic” and expressed an optimism in their country’s future that outpaced any other. This response sits in stark contrast to what would have been found just a decade earlier if a similar poll had been conducted. To understand this phenomenon we must take a look at Venezuelan politics before President Hugo Chavez came on the scene.

Since the fall of the country’s last dictator in 1958, Venezuelan leaders have favored political stability over actual democratic participation. So much so that the country’s top centrist parties entered into a power-sharing agreement that effectively shut out voices considered extreme from participating in politics. While this arrangement helped prevent authoritarian right-wing governments from taking power, it also created an insurmountable barrier for political leaders who spoke on behalf of Venezuela’s impoverished majority.

The results were profound. Elections were run by the two dominant political parties and even election results were tallied by party officers. The phrase “acta mata voto”, which roughly translates to “the tally sheet trumps the vote”, entered the popular lexicon as party leaders notoriously divided up votes for third parties between themselves. Audits of the elections and voter registry were never performed. To further complicate things the National Electoral Council (CNE), the body responsible for overseeing the elections, was part of the executive branch and viewed as a group of party “yes” men.

In the late 1980s and early 1990s oil prices plummeted and thousands of working-class Venezuelans fell into deep poverty. On the advice of the International Monetary Fund, much of the social safety net was stripped away and the country plunged into chaos.


CHECK www.electionfraudnews.com every now and then…

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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-08-06 10:17 PM
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11. Lou Dobbs Does it Again – The BradBlog

What a a guy! Momo to self: Don’t piss off Lou Dobbs, ever.


http://www.bradblog.com/?p=3588


BLOGGED BY John Gideon ON 10/7/2006 8:43AM
CNN's Lou Dobbs: 'The country has done very well with paper ballots for a very long time.'
'What kind of idiot would proceed with these e-voting machines when there's no paper trail, no plausible way to count these votes?'


Oct. 7, 2006

PILGRIM: Now, in recent Suffolk county polls, 96 percent of the residents say they want to continue to use the lever machines, and there really is no reason to switch. It doesn't make sense.

DOBBS: You know, the country has done very well with paper ballots for a very long time. What kind of idiot would proceed with these e-voting machines when there's no paper trail, no plausible way to count these votes? What's happening in the state of Maryland, for example, is just — it's absurd.

PILGRIM: It's really resisting the facts to continue to insist on technology without a voter verification trail.
DOBBS: And we're just about a month
away from a very important midterm election. Thank you very much, Ki tty Pilgrim.

CHECK www.electionfraudnews.com every now and then…
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Jim Sagle Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-08-06 11:08 PM
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12. Thank you for your efforts to restore our democracy.
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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-09-06 12:02 AM
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13. You're welcome and thank you for yours too!!! n/t
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GETPLANING Donating Member (370 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-09-06 12:52 PM
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16. When Foley refers to "political operatives",
I'm sure he means the planeloads of GOP staffers from Tom Delay's office that were brought in to stage the Brooks Brothers Riot that was so instrumental in stopping the recount that would have given Al Gore the presidency. I'm sure that's what he means.
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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-09-06 03:01 PM
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17. Welcome to DU!!! I';ll bet you are right. Welcome GETPLANNING
:hi:
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DemReadingDU Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-09-06 06:07 PM
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18. K&R!
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EFerrari Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-09-06 06:12 PM
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19. Man, are you good, autorank.
:)
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Kurovski Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-09-06 06:17 PM
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20. I concur.
Thank you, autorank. :-)
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Straight Shooter Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-09-06 07:24 PM
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21. Is it my imagination, or is Karma kicking all bush-enablers in the arse?
Katherine Harris.
Ken Blackwell.
"Fat Tony" Scalia (passed over for Chief Justice)
Susan Ralston.
Jack Abramoff.
John Bolton.
And now Mark Foley, bless his nasty little heart, getting kicked by Karma so hard that the whole GOP is feeling it.

:dem:

Thanks, autorank. You are one super-amazing, DU'er! :patriot:
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tblue Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Oct-10-06 06:06 PM
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27. Time wounds all heels ~John Lennon
Let's see some INSTANT Karma!
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kpete Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-09-06 10:41 PM
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23. Tireless and terrific
Keep attacking - seems like we are making progress - and you are ONE BIG REASON!
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