Friday, July 22, 2005

Six Degrees of Separation to Bring Down the Bush Administration

I don't know if the theory is true that everyone in the world is separated from everyone else by only six other people, but testing it is worth a shot here. The Liberal/Democratic/Progressive blogosphere has become a major communications phenomenon. We need everyone's help here, folks, on what could be the key to destroying the worst presidency since the time of James Buchanan (or quite possibly, ever). Do you know anyone (or know anyone who knows anyone) who works or has worked for any of the following:

The Diebold Corporation
The Florida Secretary of State's Office
The Ohio Secretary of State's Office
Triad Systems (helped process Ohio votes in 2004)
Any Board of Elections in Ohio or Florida
Sproul & Associates (implicated in Nevada voter
registration scandal)
Any tech service that deals with vote processing
Anyone who knows how to hack into a voting system, to show how it might be done.

This is of the highest importance. Tech people especially, now is the time to come to the aid of your country. I KNOW we can find someone to come forward and give CREDIBLE testimony about vote fraud in both 2000 and 2004. The impact on this country of PROVING that at least one Presidential election was stolen would be shattering. I am convinced that a vote fraud participant is there. I spoke about this yesterday. I am aware that many have been looking. Now we need to expand the search. There are, for example, over 50,000 members of Daily Kos. Someone there knows someone who knows someone who knows someone...

Think. Search through your e-mail list, your holiday greeting card lists, your snail mail address book. Help us uncover the greatest political frauds since 1876. Help us stir up a firestorm that will make Watergate and Iran-Contra look like child's play. This is the biggest potential key we've got to bring the Bush bastards and their henchmen down and down HARD.

And by the way, just what the hell WAS that wire on Bush's back in the first debate (the one where Kerry utterly mopped the floor with Dubya)? That was never settled; I have a damned long memory.

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