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Fintan
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2006 10:12 pm    Post subject: 2006: Remember They CONTROL the Voting Machines Reply with quote

Here's a post on Democratic Underground, bemoaning the fact that the
establishment will be able to rig the 2006 election. Therefore, implicitly
meaning the Republicans will win. And win the 2008 presidency most likely.

It doesn't seem to have occured to them that the voting machines can be
used to help usher in Democratic control of the two-party monopoly, as
easily as it can be used to switch to Republican control.

By the way, one poster in response says:
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I searched for "voting machines" on the DNC website.
http://dnc.org/cgi-bin/mt-search.cgi?IncludeBlogs=1&search=voting+machines&x=0&y=0

Should we just give up?

What does the poster mean: "Should we just give up?"

Check the link and see just a lousy 17 posts on the DNC website about
voting machines... since December 6, 2004. That's about one a MONTH!
Yeah, vote manipulation isn't exactly a priority for the leadership, now is it?

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2006 will not be our salvation - they CONTROL the voting machines
debbierlus (630 posts)

I truly don't get it. We have had TWO Presidential elections STOLEN. Rigged. Fixed. How many congressional race & senate races? Who knows?

Why on earth would anyone believe that the Republicans won't fix the elections, AGAIN? They stand to not only lose power, but face CRIMINAL charges. Why would they stop now? Bush stands to face impeachment and criminal prosecution.

People say - The American people wouldn't tolerate it. B.S. What are the American people going to do. The majority of the population doesn't even believe election fraud EXISTS! 2006 may serve as a wake-up call, but don't expect mass protests in the streets. Fascist dictatorships don't ALLOW the people to choose their leaders. I think people here need to wake up that we still have some kind of legitimate voting system. We don't.

I have suggested several times organizing on this board to form local education groups on the problem of voter fraud & push for a national campaign through Move On, but I received very little interest and feedback on the idea.

This is not a problem that will be resolved with e-mails or on-line petitions. This is a problem that needs local grass roots education stemming from a national movement. This is going to be a very long journey to wrench power away from these tyrants. 2006, at best, will be an education.
http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=364x524042
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kawazu



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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2006 11:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So as long as a democrat wins the democrats wont care about vote fraud,just like the repugnicans.So when Hillary is president and the demonrats are in power again all the lefties will think everything went fairly,even though they just got a different shiny label on the same can of Coca-cola.
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bornfree



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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 7:37 am    Post subject: Everybody Knows Reply with quote

Everybody knows that politicians are bought and paid for and as kawazu says, it seems that while everyone knows that politicians are bought and paid for once you start to criticise their favorite politician or their favorite political party all such knowing disappears.

After 40 years of non-stop destruction of the working class how is it that the Bush Family and the Clinton Family are the only choices we seem to be accepting?
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