George Bush Stole Mexican Election

Who did not see this coming? The liberal candidate in Mexico lost a very close election and there are people on both sides of the border saying that George Bush and the FBI conducted acts that helped the conservative win. Like Florida in 2000 and Ohio in 2004, the liberals are claiming that Bush and his operatives fixed the election. All I can say is that for a man that most of the left considers an idiot, they sure give him a lot of credit. If a man they consider an idiot did all this, what does it say about their intelligence?

Then on July 3, in an article titled “Grand Theft Mexico” that appeared on guardian.co.uk, Palast wrote this: “As in Florida in 2000, and as in Ohio in 2004, the exit polls show the voters voted for the progressive candidate. The race is too close to call. But they will call it – after they steal it.”

Palast says that the FBI, acting under the guise of counter-terrorism, had obtained Mexico’s voter files through a contract with information broker ChoicePoint, the database company whose list Jeb Bush used in 2000 to “scrub” voters from voter rolls.

“The disenfranchisement of these voters cost Al Gore the presidency,” declares Palast. (NewsMax email)

Perhaps, if the liberals really wanted to win, they would have shipped the 12 million ILLEGAL Mexicans out of the US and back to Mexico. Instead, the liberals here have decided they need the liberal ILLEGAL vote more than the Mexican liberal did. I guess if Mexico would have kept its people home they could have had more liberal votes so they have only themselves to blame. Check that, they could also blame American liberals who are working very hard to keep ILLEGALS here.



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