listening to testimony about the fraudulence of the election last
month. You may find ongoing coverage via BradBlog's temporary
homepage and CANNONFIRE.
The showstopper was Clint Curtis's sworn testimony. From BradBlog's exclusive
[Curtis was asked] something like whether voting machines could be
hacked. He said yes. [He was asked] on what he based that opinion. He
said because I wrote a program that could do it. [He was] asked when
that happened. Curtis said feeney had asked him to design such a
program at yang enterprises.
Jaws dropped. [Congresswomen] Tubbs Jones and Waters looked
Curtis was asked what he would conclude if there was such a
substantial deviation btwn exit polls and actual results. He said he
would conclude the election had been hacked. Gasps. Could have heard a
Meanwhile, the subversive Bushists are trying to conduct a fraudulent
recount of the Ohio vote. It seems that, according to at least one
Ohio law considered by itself, the actions of Kenneth Blackwell last
Friday and over the weekend are prima facie evidence of fraud, and
so the election is invalid based on that alone.
The election was fraudulent. George W. Bush was not elected. The
question is whether we have the fortitude to drag him and his
disgusting minions out the White House, and then whether we have the
intestines to put him on trial for violation of the War Crimes Act of