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AtLiberty Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-10-06 03:23 PM
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Brad Blog: Bob Ney of Ohio's Connection To Electoral Fraud
The Soon-to-be-Indicted Rep. Bob Ney of Ohio's Connection To Electoral Fraud

The Dots Connect Between Abramoff, Ohio 2004 Election Smokescreen and Ney's Former Staffer Revealed to be on Diebold's Payroll While Working for White House Law Firm

All the While as HAVA -- America's 'Election Reform' Bill -- is Used for Political Payoff in the Bargain...


The Bradster
1/10/06


There's been a great deal of speculation over the last several days, particularly in the light of Jack Abramoff's recent guilty pleas, concerning the connection of Congressman Bob Ney (R-OH) to Election Fraud in Ohio, and indeed, vis a vis his stewardship and authoring of the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) back in 2001 and 2002. The heavy-handed tactics he has taken since then in order to keep the flawed act from being changed in any way over the years, along with the great lengths he's gone to in order to keep the nation's eyes off of massive electile dysfunction in Ohio and elsewhere since 2004 may finally soon get the attention it all properly deserves.

Both Abramoff and his partner Michael Scanlon have directly informed prosecutors of Ney's alleged wrong doing in regard to money and gifts given to Ney in apparent exchange for support on various legislation and even personal business deals. Ney, who chairs the important U.S. House Administration Committee, has been fingered, and now subpoenaed, in regard to accepting illegal trips, gratuities and other apparent quid pro quo deals with Abramoff's former firms, partners, friends and groups who had paid both him and Scanlon as lobbyists.

His direct connection to the HAVA Election Reform bill passed in the wake of the 2000 Florida Election Debacle and his various extraordinary efforts to specifically block amendments to the bill and to smokescreen attempted investigations into his home state's conduct during the 2004 Election Debacle, has been less widely reported. Until now.

While Common Cause quietly reported in December of 2004 that Diebold -- the much-beleagured-of-late American Voting Machine company -- paid as much as $275,000 to Abramoff's firm, Greenberg Traurig for lobbying work, The BRAD BLOG has now found additional details that begin to shed new light on Ney's personal connections to Diebold lobbyists.

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SharonRB Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-10-06 03:24 PM
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1. This is a dupe
I posted it a a few minutes ago.
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bleever Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-10-06 09:52 PM
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3. I'll recommend both. Ney could be the key to blowing this wide open.
:hi:
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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-10-06 03:24 PM
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