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Vapor voting Kentucky edition

UPDATE 2: Posted: 04/23/2009 5:12 am EDT Updated: 05/25/2011 1:10 pm EDT - KY Election Officials Arrested, Charged With 'Changing Votes at E-Voting Machines'

UPDATE: Hillibilly Report has a very different view. I will reserve judgment until I know more.

Did GOP Insiders Steal the Kentucky Governor's Race for Tea Partier Matt Bevin? Read more about Vapor voting Kentucky edition

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Va. Attorney General race recount aborted--attempted theft by fraud exposed.

A strange thing just happened on the way to a (true blue) full Democratic sweep of Virginia .

The Attorney General election ended with a razor thin victory by the Democrat, Mark Herring. (169 votes out of millions cast).

This being well within the .5% margin entitling the loser to a recount, Mark Obenshain availed himself of the statutory remedy.

Several days into the recount, he decided to concede, rather than let it run its course.

Huh??!! Read more about Va. Attorney General race recount aborted--attempted theft by fraud exposed.

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Disenfranchisement without evidence or due process

“All we want to do is combat voter fraud. Why can’t we ask for people to prove that they are who they say they are?” That’s the talking point we always hear to justify legislation to disenfranchise millions of Americans. And it’s an effective talking point in the political sphere, despite its inherently disingenuous nature.

I’d like to propose a counterargument: Why can’t we ask you to prove voting fraud? Why can’t you prove they’re guilty of what you say they are? Read more about Disenfranchisement without evidence or due process

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A Modest Proposal on Voting Rights

In light of the Supreme Court's decision on the Voting Rights Act, upholding the principle that States must be treated equally under the Constitution when it comes to new voting legislation they enact, but people, in relation to their exercising their voting rights, not so much; there's a real need for proposals to make Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act operative again by re-writing Section 4. Here's a modest proposal. Read more about A Modest Proposal on Voting Rights

Mexican protests

There has been a movement brewing in Mexico against the corrupt duopoly (sound familiar?) that has been getting scant attention. Read more about Mexican protests

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Vote Your Conscience - Updated

Vote your conscience (or not at all), and may Cthulu have mercy on our souls.

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HE'S BACK!!! Karl Rove, King of Election Fraud!

Craig Unger has written a new book "Boss Rove: Inside Karl Rove’s Secret Kingdom of Power" about the mastermind of George Bush’s two successful but crooked runs at the US Presidency.

Rove, as Unger explains, is at the center of two of the biggest scandals of the Bush administration. The Valerie Plame Wilson affair and the U.S. attorneys’ scandal. Rove was ALMOST indicted for the Plame affair but as we all know, the 13th commandment is not to get caught, and the 14th commandment is if you get caught not to get prosecuted. (Especially easy if you have gamed the judicial system with cronies who selectively prosecute only members of the other Party!) Read more about HE'S BACK!!! Karl Rove, King of Election Fraud!

Toon of the day

Even as kabuki, this election sucks. Maybe that's intentional - a way to engender hopelessness. Read more about Toon of the day

A Matter of Trust: Why Don't Democratic Leaders Believe in Democracy?

(from http://www.americachangestoday.com/conte... )

an open letter to President Barack Obama
from his Primary Challenger, Aldous C. Tyler

Greetings, Mr. President,

When I consider where this nation was four years ago, I can’t help but shake my head and smile at how things have actually turned out. At this point back then, the only real question in Presidential politics seemed to be who would get the Republican nomination for President to run against Hillary Clinton, who was assumed to be predestined for the Democratic nomination. Those of us who even knew of you, sir, had no real hope of getting you past the Clinton election machine, it seemed. Read more about A Matter of Trust: Why Don't Democratic Leaders Believe in Democracy?

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Obamabots On the Attack

On the Open Salon version of my previous entry, some right-winger who supports Obama kept trying to lay the blame for next year's results on the left for failing to properly support the candidate who has done far more to pass the Republicans' agenda than any GOP office-holder could have.
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So long, suckers! And thanks for all the tax-paid fish.

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He won't be missed. Unless Rahm outscrews him. Read more about So long, suckers! And thanks for all the tax-paid fish.

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