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Middle America followed bush rather be dissed by the progressive "radical" community.
CASPER, Wyo. - A successful legislative candidate claims he was assaulted while going door to door on the campaign trail. Gerald Gay, 48, a Republican, said he was attacked after introducing himself to Walter Schnorenberg, a 78-year-old Democrat.
While Kerry has tried to deter citizen action by his swift capitulation and call to support Bush, not all people are in a daze after the Skull and Bones Con Game. Bev Harris of Black Box Voting is on it. Why is it that she can be more effective than the entire Democratic machinery with its 11,000 lawyers and millions of dollars? Because established power is so thoroughly corrupt that it cannot be trusted in any way. Only aroused citizen action can ring the bells of freedom and shine a light into the cancer that is the Skull and Bones Duopoly.
How did Bush `win' a majority of the popular vote? Either he stole it, or Americans really are stupid enough to vote against their interests and safety.
A spirited antiwar rally ended a bleak day in San Francisco
Let's face facts, we're faced with divorce. Personally, I think Canadians are sexier than southerners.
Warren's vote tally walled off
Alone in Ohio, officials cited homeland security
Warren COunty is between Cincinnati and Columbus
Is the dog & pony show between Democrats & Republicans designed to fool us into thinking that we have a choice in how our government is run? Do we choose our leaders or are they chosen for us? Is it possible that our two party system is just a cleverly disguised republicrat party made up of politicians who secretly share the same agenda? What is the true objective of the "war on terror"? Read on to find out!
Offering free animal rights flyers, pamphlets.
Washington, DC:The Nader/Camejo campaign has filed a challenge to the voting results in New Hampshire after receiving numerous complaints from voting rights activits. Below is Nader's letter to New Hampshire requesting a recount. Also, below is Nader's view on electronic voting without a paper trial. In addition, the Nader/Camejo campaign offered our campaign to poll watchers who wanted to be credentialed to be inside to monitor electronic voting. Hundreds of democracy activists in Maryland working with TrueVoteMD.org were credentialed to monitor polling through the Populist Party which was created by Nader-Camejo supporters in Maryland.
This kind of speech at 8:20 am Wed Oct 23rd 1968, at CHAPEL no less, plus history department dons later burning of an American flag on campus--to show 'the power of a symbol', don't you know-- resulted in the departure of Headmaster Christopher Berrisford the following spring and a BIG staff turnover in the fall of 1969 ... see below ...
The little bastards are TERRRORISTS!!!
Oh, South Canada...
these are dark days.
I was checking to see if there were protests going on in those cities tomorrow, and all the sites were down.
Turn each progressive wish into a positive for them without dogging their side and you will find that some people will begin to see things your way.
Neither Kerry nor Bush's healthcare plans would have done much for the uninsured poor.
Support them and plan to GO if you can!
Wow! Normally I don't believe the press, but we really do have quite the rural urban divide in this country.
look what I found at the Tennessee Independent Media website...disturbing!
Students at Colo. High School Protest Bush
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - About 85 high school students upset about the nation's direction were camping out in the school library, demanding an audience with Republican leaders.
"it's florida all over again"
if you asked yourself in the three days after the election, where is Michael Moore ... and if ask, when he pops-up again, why does he do his best to distract from the fraud of counting the votes ... try remembering what did you ask yourself as Michael Moore did his best to avoid the question of the "plane that hit the Pentagon", the "detail" that immediately exposes 9/11 as a insider operation, even for a child.
"the circumstantial evidence is a mile high. Looking at all of these 'irregularities' it's hard to imagine how one could conclude that this election was clean"
Time to hold the criminals accountable.
Now with the (S)election over it is becoming more and more clear that this was an illegal election, so who does that leave?
A computer error involving one voting-machine cartridge gave President Bush 3,893 extra votes in a Gahanna precinct.
"It was a glitch. Really. Just a glitch. That's all it was. Honest. Really. A glitch. Honest."
While no one wants to cry "fraud" and lead a tinfoil hat brigade, a buzz is growing on the Internet that whispers to the amazed and confused that they should not close the books on this election just yet.
Note the link between "fraud" and "tin foil hat". Well, it won't work. FRAUD! FRAUD! FRAUD! FRAUD! FRAUD! FRAUD! FRAUD! FRAUD! FRAUD! FRAUD!
"To begin with, I'd like to ask Carl Rove, known for his razor precision, how he called Ohio so early for Bush without public data to back his assessment."
Another one for the heap of criminal evidence.
More evidence the "Election" can now be considered illegal.
Both political parties failed to offer voters deeply meaningful choices. Both skirted serious issues, such as foreign relations and the domestic economy, by attempting to make personal choices such as marriage and pregnancy political issues. Bush mixes his mindless religiosity into politics every chance he gets while Kerry failed to persuade the electorate that he actually had a better plan. In this and following articles, I hope to point out some enormous failures and challenge people to think outside the box and implement changes that are constructive, feasible, and necessary.
FORT WORTH, Texas - A man suspected of trying to illegally hook up
electrical service died after police shocked him with a stun gun when he was
found hiding at an apartment complex, authorities said.
I put together simple layouts for letter size flyer or, blown up to 22x28", for poster. KBOO bumper sticker at bottom of layout would be about actual 7.5 x 3.75" when layout is blown up to poster size.
A basic divide in the American body politic seems to
have persisted for a century and a half, and in retrospect the victory at
Appomattox appears in many ways a Phyrric one. The only irony is that the postures of the two parties have completely switched.
An error with an electronic voting system gave President Bush 3,893 extra votes in suburban Columbus, elections officials said.
When you say "Kerry really won, both kinds say "sore loser." One kind really thinks that, the other kind knows the truth and thinks "sucker!"
Why care about what either thinks of you? Speak the truth --- Kerry won.
(The other truth may be "so what?" especially given the failure of the Democrats to prevent election theft from happening again. If they can't fight this, they could not have fought the Repubs in Congress.)
SF burns bush
Teams for infiltration. The commune as a tactic. And building a home for liberty
In the aftermath of the election, it's easy to feel disconnected and despairing, but clearly we cannot wait for Washington to get it together. We have to choose to build the world we want to live in, every day. This means voting, yes voting, even if it doesn't seem to count. But it also means taking care of each other, offering solutions and hope, preserving those things that make life worth living, so that there is something to go back to once the fighting for it is done with.
It's just not working out. You've changed.
Hundreds of angry Ohio residents marched through the streets of Columbus?Ohio's Capital?this evening and stormed the Ohio State House, defying orders and arrest threats from Ohio State Troopers. "O-H-I-O ! suppressed democracy has got to go,"they chanted. After troopers pushed and scuffled with people, nearly a hundred people took over the steps and entrance to the State's giant white column capital building and refused repeated orders to disperse or face arrest. People prepared for arrests, ready to face jail?writing lawyers phone numbers on their arms, signing jail support lists and discussing non-cooperation and active resistance (linking arms, but not fighting back).
A non-partisan coalition monitoring problems at polling sites has reported failures of electronic voting machines around the United States - some of which recorded touch screen votes for candidates voters had not selected. While errors were resolved in the cases brought to the attention of poll watchers, many voters remain uncertain whether their proper vote was cast in a bitterly contested election in which President George Bush has claimed victory.
"A number of people who thought they were voting for Kerry, when the screen came up it showed they were voting for Bush," said Cindy Cohn, legal director for the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) which is a member of the coalition. "We've seen it across several voting systems, not just one machine."
If you've been following the news on the U.S. indymedia network this week, you know that a free and fair election was not held on Tuesday. In Ohio, Florida, and elsewhere Republicans attempted to throw out voter registrations on claimed legal technicalities or toss people off the voter rolls for alleged crimes. In precincts populated by the money-poor or people of color, long lines resulted from too few voting machines, and the machines broke down. In areas with electronic voting machines, voters reported "malfunctions" that switched their choices from Democrat to Republican. Most tellingly, exit polling varied -- often wildly -- from the final "official" counts, often most in Bush's favor in those areas with electronic voting machines installed by private companies with Republican ties. On CNN, exit polls were changed to match.
While more young people voted in this week's election than ever before, about the same percentage of young registered voters actually made it into the polling booth in this election as in 2000.
Voting is an act of exceptional discipline. Especially in Ohio where it rained all day long. Voting in those conditions requires discipline and young adults simply don't have it (yet).
All this liberal grumbling about election fraud and exit polls is nothing more than a paranoid delusion. I mean come on, this is the United States of America, not some banana republic. We have laws and we are civil. Who who even think of rigging an election? That action is beyond treasonous and treason makes us vulnerable to the terrorists. We are honest, forthright, and moral citizens that are united against terrorism.
Bush won Ohio by 136,483 votes.?In the United States, about 3 percent of votes cast are voided?known as ?spoilage? in election jargon?because the ballots cast are inconclusive. Drawing on what happened in Florida and studies of elections past, Palast argues that?if Ohio?s discarded ballots were counted, Kerry would have won the state. Today, the Cleveland Plain Dealer?reports there are a total of 247,672 votes not counted in Ohio, if you add the 92,672 discarded votes plus the 155,000 provisional ballots. So far there's no indication that Palast's hypothesis will be tested because only the provisional ballots are being counted.
By Jackson Thoreau
If you're looking for one word to sum up the way the Bush-Cheney campaign stole another election Tuesday besides obvious ones like "cheated," try this one: Diebold.
the exit polls were right, an US has had its banan republic democracy corrupted once more by a corrupt system
Even though he was only on 35 ballots. His total vote was 399,742.
Story about Gdub and Faith's open door to the white house, poser profet bush
Why would they run the ballots through the counters more than once?
Proposition 72, a state law that would have required business owners to pay for employee health insurance, went down to defeat Tuesday. But all sides agree the problem of rising health costs won't go away any time soon.
Roadmap for Differentiating From Bush Was Clear
Urges Democrats "Become an effective opposition party"
Current events - rumors and reports of widespread vote fraud, a coming draft, war without end, etc - have you feeling like you lost your mind the day after the election?
Save Our Civil Liberties launches new campaign to curb police violence.
These numbers say it all.
You know the trick when you they do a blind test of wines, don't you ?
In Florida they didn't even do that ...
Now if you ask yourself : why doesn't Kerry contest this grotesque fraud insted of conceading defeat, try remembering what did you ask yourself as Kerry admitted to be part of the same satanic secret society as his "oppositor" ...
Whether it was rigged or fair, a lot of people want George W as their maximum leader, and a lot of other people are willing to vote for a guy like Kerry who is willing to go gentle as a lamb into that good night.
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