Tuesday, November 02, 2004

At Least We Will Know. . .

Two Essays On "Is The Fix In?"
by Ernest Partridge, The Crisis Papers, Mar. 31, 2003, and Nov. 1, 2004

"The right of voting for representatives is the primary right by which all other rights
are protected.  To take away this right is to reduce a man to slavery."

- -Thomas Paine

"It doesn’t matter who casts the ballots.  What matters is who counts the ballots."
- -Joseph Stalin

"Доверите но проверите" ("Trust, but verify")
- -(Ronald Reagan’s favorite Russian proverb)

"Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable."
- -John F. Kennedy


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Both of these essays by: Ernest Partridge, Co-Editor, "The Crisis Papers."

"Defeating a "Touch-Screen" Theft of the Election"

If Kerry loses in a close election is it at all possible to determine if "the fix was in"?  Perhaps it is.
If the election returns disclose a validated landslide for Kerry in the auditable machines, and victory for Bush from an offsetting and unverifiable landslide in the GOP manufactured and coded "e-vote" machines, then our worst fears will be confirmed:  We the People of the United States have been had and, unless this crime is remedied, our democracy will be finished. &Here is how we might identify the crime.

Link To This Excellent Nov. 1, 2004 Essay

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A Reprise:  The Greatest Story Never Told.

Is it possible that the electoral "fix" is in, and that as a result nothing short of a revolution will ever budge the Republican Party from control of the Congress and the White House?  In other words, is it not conceivable that our "democracy" is more than "threatened" – it is in fact finished, done for, kaput?  And we are not even aware of it?  The issue of ballot integrity – the very heart of a democratic politics – should be the number one political issue in the United States today.

Link To This Excellent Mar. 31, 2003 Essay

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After the election - Study the non-e-vote machine areas, and the e-vote machines areas.

Is there a significant difference in the your comparison of the two?

What will you do if there is?  Really - What will you do?

2 Comments:

At 11/04/2004 2:43 AM, Blogger Dave Nalle said...

Of course, despite all the paranoia, Ohio was the turning point state and it uses paper ballots, not e-voting machines - so much for the hopes of screwing up the election with that red herring.

Next?

Dave
www.wakeupzombies.com

 
At 11/04/2004 11:48 AM, Blogger The Old Hippie said...

LIARS! All exit polls matched results except OH and FL

 

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