Sunday, October 31, 2004


As the sun threatens to rise he goes finally to bed, perhaps to awake to a new President, or perhaps not for some time. The democrats are making a statement at ten O'clock. A sad and fragile day, so far. Without wishing to strike a hysterical or conspiratorial tone, as I think there's a good chance this nail-biting election's results do reflect a political reality (or call it fiction) fine-tuned by unprecedentedly fierce (and destructive) competition of instant polls and market-tested slogans, this story may nevertheless be worth following:
BLACKBOXVOTING.ORG is conducting the largest Freedom of Information action in history. At 8:30 p.m. Election Night, Black Box Voting blanketed the U.S. with the first in a series of public records requests, to obtain internal computer logs and other documents from 3,000 individual counties and townships. Networks called the election before anyone bothered to perform even the most rudimentary audit.

(Indymedia has more)

Bush Crime Family Flow Chart (courtesy of here)

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