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Ron Gassaway 04.11.2004 16:25
9/11 and the Election: A Few Thoughts
Given yesterday's events, despair is understandable. I've certainly experienced some myself, but after considering the recent progress being made in the 9/11 movement, I'm attempting to turn that despair into some real resolve. Damn if I'm an optimist.

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CALIFORNIA SAFE SCHOOLS 04.11.2004 16:21
CLEAN & SAFE CALIFORNIA SCHOOLS = SAFE & HEALTHY CHILDREN !
learn more about low risk methods to rid your school campus of pest & weeds and recycling !

california safe schools www.calisafe.org model for the nation!

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repost 04.11.2004 16:04
Yes Mike
May they rest in peace.

And may they forgive us someday.

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undecided 04.11.2004 15:23
Kerry won? Read this
Did Kerry really take New Mexico and Ohio?

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BilBo 04.11.2004 15:03
The Brits Tell It Like It Is
Same question 55M of us our aksing

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Daniel Hammer 04.11.2004 14:54
Alaska Tourism Boycott Continues — State to kill up to 500 wolves by aerial shooting
The tourism boycott, an intervention led by international animal advocacy organization Friends of Animals, is now resuming ? this time to impact Alaska?s summer 2005 tourism season ? with over two dozen protests from Sitka, Alaska to New York City already scheduled in the first weeks of the campaign.

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Posty tosty 04.11.2004 14:48
"How can 59,054,087 people be so DUMB?"
I would guess the media is largely to be held responsible.

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BilBo 04.11.2004 14:38
New Map of North America
Funny, but not far from the truth

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alan 04.11.2004 14:01
THE COUP IS COMPLEAT!!!!
What started in 2000 is now finished!

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Time 04.11.2004 13:41
Next Week On Time Magazine
The real deal, NOT.

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nbc 04.11.2004 13:41
FBI Raids Home Of Animal Rights Activists
Hugs for Puppies = Latest Terrorist Threat???

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Just a Citizen 04.11.2004 13:35
A rant for the day
The ranting and musings come thickly at 330 am

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Carol Brouillet 04.11.2004 11:48
November 3, 2004, Crisis or Opportunity? Beyond the Streets
Urged by Portland Media to not just hack at my computer, on November 3rd I was in the streets, protesting and organizing, not just against another stolen election. This is a first person account of organizing in Palo Alto and San Francisco and in solidarity with activists throughout the world.

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Eric Stewart and Others 04.11.2004 11:20
2004 COLLECTED VOTE FRAUD STORIES
Here we go again. Some of you will be sick of this topic and to those of you who are I ask that you get over the desire to be infotained and deal with the unpleasant reality: that the American voting system is totally bogus. What is contained in this post is of interest to anyone that believes that justice cannot be served without a full disclosure of the level of corruption in almost every corner of our political, governmental, and journalistic behemoth. Voting machines made by right wingers is not a 'fair and balanced' approach. It's a relative no-brainer but many will want to continue inhabiting a fantasy, one in which everything is alright and one hundred thousand dead Iraqis in the past two years just don't matter or, because we don't have to stare at them first hand, simply aren't real.

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A. Citizen 04.11.2004 10:17
COUNT OUR VOTES ! KERRY WON. HERE'S THE FACTS.
The world is watching us in dismay. I have a question.

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indy 04.11.2004 10:14
Kerry's conceded early: why?
I wondered why Kerry conceded so early, even countering his running mate. All the votes are not counted. There are many questions about voting machine fraud. Bev Harris has filed 3,000 FOI requests to obtain audit logs from county election officials. In other words, the truth is still out there, at least officially. It is quite clear that this election was stolen. What isn't immediately clear is Kerry's part in it. This is one good analysis.

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glassguy 04.11.2004 10:02
I got Jeff Dvorkin's goat. Everybody should
When accidentally exposed to npr propaganda,I
have gotten into the habit of venting on NPR'S ombudsman, Jeffrey Dvorkin, and this morning followed standard operating proceedure.
What surprised me is that I got a personal reply for the first time ever, and it is clear that I got Mr. Dvorkin's goat.

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Pissed off 04.11.2004 09:06
Weak Dog Democrats
The bastards are rolling over like weak dogs, again!

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.. 04.11.2004 09:06
Time Mag next cover
The Patriot Guy 04.11.2004 08:57
The Holy War Has Started
There's one smoking a joint, and another with spots

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theresa mitchell 04.11.2004 07:54
democracy movement born
press**watch partial script for KBOO 11-4-04: no pasaran

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Lazy Faire 04.11.2004 07:35
Betrayal even in defeat in a mock battle
Let us be glad that the charade of the national election show is over. The majority of people affected by its outcome, in all the colonies of global imperialism around the world, were not allowed to vote. They will cast their votes in the struggle to come.

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Michael ONeil 04.11.2004 07:00
Reenact Reverend Billy's Crime Against Starbucks
Well, Reverend Billy finally got put on trial...in Los Angeles no less. So, while he's stuck in court, throw on a collar and white blazer, slick your hair back, and rise up as part of the Reverend Billy Mutant Clone Army of Oddness.

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Tired 04.11.2004 04:34
Christian Madrassas
Ohio a battleground? "You think it is a coincidence that Ohio is the first place where statewide, the teaching of creationism has been mandated in science class?" This isn't about corporate control, neo-con foreign policy, privatization etc., it is about radical Christianity and I just woke up.

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london daily mirror 04.11.2004 04:24
god help amerika
A self-serving, dim-witted, draft-dodging, gung-ho little rich boy, whose idea of courage is to yell: "I feel good," as he unleashes an awesome fury which slaughters 100,000 innocents for no other reason than greed and vanity.

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Jim Lockhart 04.11.2004 00:43
VIDEO FILE: Portland Rally and March Protesting Bush Election
Meeting at Pioneer Courthouse Square at about 5:00 pm the day after the '04 election, people then took to the streets, playing a cat and mouse game with the police.

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linked from whatreallyhappened.com 04.11.2004 00:06
Living Poor, Voting Rich
I am linking to this only to demonstrate how the mainstream media is paid to stand there with their hair on fire and insist they cannot smell any smoke. Did millions of farmers, factory workers and waitresses vote utterly against their own interests? Were the exit polls all wrong? Or is the more obvious and likely explanation that this election was stolen?

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reposter 03.11.2004 22:54
States with electronic voting machines gave Bush mysterious 5% advantage
As mentioned on pdx radio earlier

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Counter Punch 03.11.2004 22:36
Democrats in End Time
Republicans Gain Shattering Victory; Who to Blame This Time?

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salvationinc.org 03.11.2004 21:21
Jesusland
they've made it clear

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z 03.11.2004 20:16
infiltrate the ranks
Let's face it, the majority of the people in our country actually support Bush. Protesting or complaining isn't the solution. We have to educate them.

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AmigaPhil 03.11.2004 19:38
Ready for a New Imperial World Order ?
Ready for a New Imperial World Order ? With thanks from 'the outside world'.

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American Refugee - (it can't happen here?) 03.11.2004 19:14
America - Love It Or Leave It - Moving to Canada?
Some of us are packing our bags. Canada may not be the best place to go, but here is the info.

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for good 03.11.2004 18:49
John Ashcroft is leaving the building
this being reported on Matt Drudge's website>>>>

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Cheney Watch 03.11.2004 17:40
The Idea of Sacrifice is Alien to Today's Americans
What has anyone (other than soldiers and the families of soldiers) been asked to give up in the War on Terror?

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Laura 03.11.2004 17:39
Dear friends,
I am sorry...

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By David Ljunggren (Reuters) 03.11.2004 17:21
Unhappy Democrats Need to Wait to Get Into Canada
"You just can't come into Canada and say 'I'm going to stay here'.

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American Taliban 03.11.2004 17:14
WHY BUSH WON: MORAL ISSUES
Progressives are loath to offer a frontal criticism of the theocracy that has overtaken the South and the Midwest -- where under the command of tolerance we have to endure the intolerance toward women and their bodies, toward gays and lesbians, towards anyone who does not fit the compass of the "moral values" mass-produced by the established churches. It is time to throw off our forbearance and open a direct debate on the suppression of rational argument in favor of theocratic bigotry.

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Am Johal 03.11.2004 16:58
Republican America! Republican Forever!
Letter to America

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Sheepdog 03.11.2004 16:58
The High Theater
You know when you've been screwed but when you've been raped you should at least know who your attacker has been.

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a messenger 03.11.2004 16:42
How accurate were John Hogue's prophecies for the 2004 election?
I will say this, after the elections on 2 November, the coming two months of warfare in Iraq will be the bloodiest seen. It will get worse after a railroaded Iraq election attempt in early 2005. By inauguration day in late January, a slight majority of Americans will see President Bush sworn into office for a second term and ponder, "What in the world have we done?"

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R. Breathes 03.11.2004 15:40
Red Vs. Blue
Some of you may wonder: How did this happen? Not I. If you watched all the pretty red and blue colored electoral maps of the banana republic, you could see that the states that voted red (for the idiot king) are all inhabited by DumFuks

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Press release 03.11.2004 15:16
COBB URGES GREEN VOTER REGISTRATION AS A WAY TO VOTE FOR PEACE EVERY DAY
David Cobb urges you to register Green as a way to vote for peace every day!

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lemur 03.11.2004 15:14
US election: elaborate PR charade
Exit polling accurately predicted the results in most states with very little error. Where there were discrepancies, they were significant, in the +5 percent range, and always favored Bush.

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Brent Herbert 03.11.2004 14:26
Election Postmortem - the Al Zarqawi and 'Gay Marriage' factors
War Hawks eagerly await release of Hassan beheading video Millions of right leaning 'Christians' did not vote in the last election, but according to preliminary reports, they turned out in record numbers this election, and while voting down 'Gay Marriage' they also took the opportunity to vote up both Bush and the Iraq War. You do have to give that Karl Rove some 'credit' where 'credit' is due...

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me 03.11.2004 14:24
Take the PORTLAND DECLARATION: my pledge of action for real elections & Bill of Rights
I am amazed that after 2 hours of mid morning wimpering--with over 250,000 more votes to go in Ohio that were going to be solidly Democratic (the people most concerned about their loss of votes in electronic machines) that would definitely have pushed him over the (fake and unverifiable) totals of Bush, Kerry 'concedes!' I didn't want him, though this is a new low. This is actually a list that I made up before the unverfiable selection. I pledge to take it, do you? Please populate it elsewhere on the web. I'll set up a petition website for it shortly.

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spArk 03.11.2004 13:58
Smoke Signals from Portland: Karmic Blowback and the Democrats
i wrote this piece very late on sElection night, finishing at 5ish am. i submitted it to Counterpunch.org, 'cos this site had switched over to its Nov. 3 Actions Only front page, and i wasn't sure if it would even show up if i hit "publish". i was surprised, though pleased, to wake up Tuesday morning to see it published on Counterpunch without even a notice to my email. They edited it slightly, changing my "i"s to "I"s. Hmmph. Counterpunch is cool, but you can only publish something exactly as you want it to look if you use indymedia.

Anyway, here it is now for the portland indymedia audience.

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* 03.11.2004 13:32
ARE YOU REVOLTING?
are you revolting enough?

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Me 03.11.2004 13:21
The "election" is over ...
Although I voted for him, perhaps it's just as well that Kerry lost.

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gb 03.11.2004 13:20
Is the US an ultra-rightwing country? And what do we do about it?
Where's the righteous indignation to be found in a nation chockful of cynical people who lack any reverence for that now hollow word, "democracy"? America is a country of competitive individualists. Winner take all. Devil take the hindmost.

It's also a fearful country. Maybe we actually have to start doing less talking and a lot more listening to the fearful.

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Festering cyst 03.11.2004 13:00
What is wrong with Kerry and the Democrats
The bastards are rolling over like weak dogs, again!

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nov 3 03.11.2004 12:27
election 2004
lucy, Lucky, Jesus slave smooths your soul.

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repost from blackboxvoting.org 03.11.2004 11:54
Voting without auditing. (Are we insane?)
Black Box Voting (.ORG) is conducting the largest Freedom of Information action in history. At 8:30 p.m. Election Night, Black Box Voting blanketed the U.S. with the first in a series of public records requests, to obtain internal computer logs and other documents from 3,000 individual counties and townships. Networks called the election before anyone bothered to perform even the most rudimentary audit.

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Red Emma 03.11.2004 11:40
ACLU has documented serious vote-suppression tactics in Ohio
I would caution against being so quick to concede that Bush won this election "fair and square." This is not about supporting the Democrats, who fully deserved to lose this election. Kerry conceded even quicker than Al Gore, like the loser that he is. This is about supporting poor people's and people of color's RIGHT TO VOTE. The ACLU's website documents election-suppression tactics in Minnesota, Rhode Island, Virginia and Florida (where they've already filed suit) but I've attached the story from Ohio, which is the most egregious. Hmmm....this just happens to be the state that put Bush over the top. Everybody remember this issue when you protest tonight!

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Lazy Faire 03.11.2004 11:05
The mock battle ends
Let us be glad that the charade of the national election show is over. The majority of people affected by its outcome, in all the colonies of global imperialism around the world, were not allowed to vote. They will cast their votes in the struggle to come. And so will we. And we look for a different outcome in the real election.

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Laura Lee Tharp 03.11.2004 10:42
Computerized Voting Machines Pose Concern With Voters
Voters using computerized voting machines in at least six states complained on voting day that the wrong candidate appeared on their touch screen machine's checkout screen, the Election Protection Coalition said this morning. Election officials in several Florida couties, contacted about the malfuction, have not returned calls.

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dude the troll 03.11.2004 10:36
Its the military Stupid
what better example than torturing an old desserter

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. 03.11.2004 10:19
touch screen problems - reuters repost
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Voters across the United States reported problems with electronic touch-screen systems on Tuesday in what critics said could be a sign that the machines used by one-third of the population were prone to error.

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alan 03.11.2004 10:05
THE COUP IS COMPLETE!!!
a 5to4 vote in the 2000 election....funny voting machines in this one....fascist control of the senate and house....

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cnn 03.11.2004 10:03
Statistics censored on CNN? Or just didn't get asked?
Statistics censored on CNN? Or just didn't get asked?

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