The non-partisan Government Accountability Office has uncovered numerous irregularities in Ohio's voting procedures of 2 November 2004, when Bush supposedly carried the state by a little more than 100,000 votes out more than 5,600,000 votes cast. Intriguing evidence is cited here that that result may have been fraudulent.
If it is proved that both the 2000 and 2004 elections were indeed stolen, it would mean not only the collapse of the Bush-Cheney administration. It would mean the death of the Republican Party and the implosion of the conservative movement.
All of these would be good things. So I say--let's look into it.