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Thursday, November 04, 2004

Fallout: Citizen for Legitimate Government

Here we go again. These folks call President Bush, Dictator Bush. I don't like that. But, here goes more from them:
Ohio Stolen (blog entry, 2004-11-03 16:26:30 "Greg Palast and Randi Rhodes reported today that the state of Ohio was stolen by the Republicans in election 2004. Ohio was the critical state that tipped the balance, giving the presidency to Bush. Turns out one County in Ohio, equipped with Diebold electronic voting machines, reported NEGATIVE 25,000 votes. Wha?!? That’s what at least one election official in Ohio said. The votes from that County are lost. Not counted. GONE!"

Fixed - The Stealing of Another Election (Democratic --by EarlG --Kerry winning Exit Polls --"FRAUD LOOKS PROBABLE --SoCalDem has done a statistical analysis... ...on several swing states, and EVERY STATE that has EVoting but no paper trails has an unexplained advantage for Bush of around +5% when comparing exit polls to actual results. In EVERY STATE that has paper audit trails on their EVoting, the exit poll results match the actual results reported within the margin of error. So, we have MATCHING RESULTS for exit polls vs. voting with audits vs. A 5% unexplained advantage for Bush without audits."


  • At 9:45 AM, Blogger TripleJ said…

    That's why electronic voting must be verifiable!

    I am not necessarily saying Bush cheated again, but not having a verifiable system leaves a doubt. And since he showed himself to be untrustworthy last time, I well understand why people are asking the question this time around.


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