November 1, 2004 - When would-be-voters were asked whether the nation was headed in the right direction, about 52-55% people have replied negatively. Under this scenario, the leadership change is all but assured. Mr. Bush and his campaign team may project an optimistic outlook as they spoke before the media tonight, but I feel that while Bushs number is hovering around 47-48%, which is the same number for Kerry, it does not bode well for the Republican candidate.
On November 2, 2004 President Bush defied both public opinion and history to win the election
How was this done? Simple...
Vote suppression/voter intimidation and deception. Shortages of voting locations and ballot forms. Foreign monitors barred from polls. Unmatched exit polls/actual results - actual results always skewed to Republicans. Masses of e-Voting "glitches". Computers lost votes. Presidential votes miscast on e-Voting machines throughout the US. More recorded votes than voters. Republicans gained 128.45% in Florida counties using optical scan voting machines while Democrats lost 21% - some districts showed gains of over 400% while one, Liberty County, gained over 700% for Republicans.Warren County officials locked down the county administration building on election night and blocked anyone from observing the vote count as the nation awaited Ohio's returns. Bush had 'incredible' vote tallies. 7% turnout reported in Cleveland precinct. In Cuyahoga County different towns had the exact same number of "extra" votes. And on, and on...
Dirty tricks return to the sunshine state
Late Ruling Allows GOP to Challenge Ohio Voters
Group tallies more than 1,100 e-voting glitches
Kerry Won. Here are the Facts.
Some observations of the 2004 election
Evidence Mounts That
Vote May Have Been Hacked
Countinghouse Blues - Too many votes
7% turnout in Cleveland precinct?
The sorting and discarding of Kerry votes begins
Sworn testimony of voters
Dr Stephen F. Freeman from the University of Pennsylvania calculated that the odds of just three of the major swing states, Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania all swinging as far as they did against their respective exit polls were 250 million to 1.
IN mid-August , Walden W. O'Dell, the chief executive of Diebold Inc., sat down at his computer to compose a letter inviting 100 wealthy and politically inclined friends to a Republican Party fund-raiser, to be held at his home in a suburb of Columbus, Ohio. ''I am committed to helping Ohio deliver its electoral votes to the president next year,'' wrote Mr. O'Dell, whose company is based in Canton, Ohio.
|Kerry has clearly shown he is not willing to take a stand on this issue. And indeed you will find a great
reluctance in the entire government to address the fraud because of their fear that if the present election is
revealed to have been a fraud, the public will start to question whether previous elections were equally
fraudulent, knowing that evidence to support such a conclusion is in abundance for those who look. |
The American people are at risk of waking up and realizing that they did not in fact vote for the governments which have been in power over them for decades, and did not in fact vote to approve any of the disastrous fiscal and military policies the government has set, and that in fact the majority of Americans have never agreed with much of what has been going on. If the election is revealed to be a fraud, Americans will rightly conclude that they are under no obligation to obey the government any longer, to follow the government's dictates or to surrender their money and children to a bunch of unelected thugs.
Gallup: Bush Approval Rating
It's not uncommon to hear or read pundits referring
to President George W. Bush as a "popular" leader or even a "very popular" one. Even some of his critics in
the press refer to him this way. Perhaps they need to check the latest polls.
Okay, tell us
again how Bush won his re-election even though all the exit polls showed Kerry in a landslide. Go on. Tell us.
We LOVE that one. It's almost as funny as the one about Saddam's
Facts About Voting in the USA
Bald-Faced Lies About Black Box Voting Machines
November 3, 2004 WhatReallyHappened Readers Letters