Please read the piece below -- it's a gritty, terrible litany of disenfranchisement and fraud.
And then let's call our U.S. Senators and Representatives and tell them we don't want Social Security tampered with, and we want independent investigations into the recent election!!!
A veritable sea of evidence, statistical as well as anecdotal and circumstantial, supports the claim that Bush, again, was not elected by the people.
"To nod agreement that this was indeed an honest win is to forget how Bush was shoehorned into office in the first place; to ignore the ease with which electronic totals can be changed without a trace; to suppress the fact that Diebold, Sequoia and ES&Sï¿½the major manufacturers of touch screen voting machines and central tabulatorsï¿½are owned and run by Bush Republicans, who have made no secret of their partisan intentions; to deny the value of the exit polls, which turn out to have been ï¿½mistakenï¿½ only in the swing states; to downplay the weird inflation of the Bush vote in county after county, where the number of votes for president was somehow higher than the number of voters who turned out; to ignore the bald chicanery of the Bush supporters who ran the central polling station in Ohioï¿½s Warren County and forced out the press and poll monitors so they could count the vote in secret; to forget the numerous accounts of vote fraud coast to coast throughout the prior weeks of early voting; to overlook the fact that every single ï¿½glitchï¿½ or ï¿½errorï¿½ that has been reported favors Bush; to ignore the countless instances of ballotsï¿½absentee, provisionalï¿½thrown away or left uncounted; to forget that the civilian vote abroad (some four million Americans) was being mishandled by the Pentagon (which had somehow become responsible for doing the State Departmentï¿½s job); and to ignore the many dirty tricks reportedï¿½the polling places quickly relocated at the last minute, the fake voter-registration drives, the thousands of Americans who found themselves not on the rolls, the police road-blocks, the bullying pro-Bush poll workers, the machines that kept translating votes for Kerry into votes for Bush. And so on.