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Zorra Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Nov-08-04 02:34 PM
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217. A media lockdown. That makes sense. The republicans are attempting
Edited on Mon Nov-08-04 02:35 PM by Zorra
to consolidate their illegitimate one party state and are pushing a message of "unity" and "healing". So massive evidence of voter fraud sure won't help that spiel any.

Some drunken republican pig was trying to "reach out" to me with the "the nation needs to unite, the election is over" crap last night, and I'm pretty sure that this is the agenda coming down from "Rove central".

I have been printing out stories about voter fraud and distributing them. I particularly like the House Judiciary Committee letter, signed by Cong. John Conyers, Jerrold Nadler and David Wexler, to Comptroller Walker at the GAO.

This letter is particularly effective because the letterhead that says "Congress of the United States" immediately gives legitimacy to my presentation. The rest of the information that I present afterward, which is from very reputable news sources, is then validated and usually read with interest.

Here is a pdf. of the House Judiciary Committee letter:

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