Read about Bev Harris in Volusia County; a wonderful place for a fraud audit.
I think you'll find "Ohio hearings show massive GOP vote manipulation, but where the hell are the Democrats & John Kerry?" an interesting read.
American Coup II is a collection of pieces highlighting this very irregular election. Get the truth.
Keith Olbermann of MSNBC is getting hit hard by Right Wing pundits for just mentioning facts of this type in the mainstream press. Doesn't getting to the bottom of this election mess supercede Left/Right, Democrat/Republican issues? We are talking about the sanctity of our democratic system here.
Many of us have lingering suspicions about the veracity of the results of the Presidential elections.
When he was asked by a member of the audience whether he would like to revisit his decision in 2000 the Al Gore/George W. Bush election dispute, Scalia cut off the questioner, saying, "I'm inclined to say it's been four years and an election. Get over it." That drew loud boos from the crowd.
Support Bev Harris financially in her organizations quest for the truth about this election. "Get over it" indeed.
Link gleaned at Pacific Views.
I hear there's rumors on the Internets that we're going to have a draft. We're not going to have a draft, period. The all- volunteer army works. It works particularly when we pay our troops well. It works when we make sure they've got housing, like we have done in the last military budgets.
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Now, forget all this talk about a draft. We're not going to have a draft so long as I am the president.
The above quote of Mr Bush is taken from the October 8 Presidential debate.
The following is sourced to the Brownsville (Texas) Herald:
The Selective Service System (SSS) and the U.S. Department of Education now are gearing up to compare their computer records, to make sure all men between the ages of 18 and 25 who are required to register for a military draft have done so.
The SSS and the education department will begin comparing their lists on Jan. 1, 2005, according to a memo authored by Jack Martin, acting Selective Service director.
While similar record checks have been done periodically for the past 10 years, Martin’s memo is dated Oct. 28, just a few days before the Nov. 2 presidential election, a hard-fought campaign in which the question of whether the nation might need to reinstate a military draft was raised in debates and on the stump.
With the Armed Forces stretched thin, will Mr Bush keep his word?