by Big Dog on Nov 6, 2004 at 19:27 Political
The election is over and the results have finally been tallied. Now the republicans will get back to the business of running the country while the left analyses the election to death to figure out why they lost. I believe they will not find the answer anytime soon. The left is so confident that they are correct and everyone else is wrong they will not be able to see that they are out of touch with most of America. Take Mike Hersh and the ding-a-lings over at his site. You have seen posts from me in the past that show how this guy will do anything to get Bush out of office. He has told so many lies I think he is beginning to believe them. In addition, he does not want to hear any dissenting opinions. He does not have the ability for anyone to comment at his site so the only way to communicate is by email. Problem is, he edits your email and then publishes it with a condescending rant on how you are some kind of inferior jerk and he has “destroyed” you and your argument. Then he blocks your email from his server so it gets returned. Sounds like little penis syndrome to me, but that is his problem.
Let’s take a look at the analysis from the “intellectuals” at Mike Hersh.com:
Bev Harris, Executive Director of Black Box Voting writes: Our organization has taken the position that fraud took place in the 2004 election through electronic voting machines. We base this on hard evidence, documents obtained in public records requests, inside information, and other data indicative of manipulation of electronic voting systems. What we do not know is the specific scope of the fraud. We are working now to compile the proof, based not on soft evidence – red flags, exit polls – but core documents obtained by Black Box Voting in the most massive Freedom of Information action in history
Here is a ding-a-ling named Bev Harris telling us they know voter fraud took place. They have taken the position that fraud took place and they have soft evidence. How about the fraud toward republicans. All those who were denied in Chicago, the voter fraud capital of the country. How about the votes in the machines in Philadelphia before the polling places opened. How about the large number of republicans who had to vote on a provisional ballot because their names were mysteriously removed from the rolls. If any fraud took place it went both ways. I have a novel idea. If you guys are so worried about voter fraud why do you fight requirements for photo ID to vote? Perhaps it is because it would make it harder for you guys to cheat. I think it is amazing that you need an ID to get on a plane or to cash a check but not to vote. You want reform in this country let’s start with voter reform and close the loopholes the donks have exploited for years. Remember, 10 out of 10 dead people vote democrat.
Jodi Schmidt writes: Remember, Kerry won more states than Gore did. Bush’s media-pimped “man date” is confined to a razor-thin and questionable Ohio “victory” and a few million votes concentrated in Texas and the whiter parts of the South. Don’t let our enemies dictate our agenda.
Here is a moonbat saying there is no mandate because the victory was a razor thin, questionable vote in Ohio. Hey moonbat, perhaps you should pay attention to the world. First of all, Bush won more counties than in 2000. If you look at a county by county map you will see George Bush won thousands of them compared to Kerry’s hundreds. Kerry won populated areas of large metropolitan areas. In California, he only won the very western part. The rest of the state voted Bush. The western most part just has most of the population. The victory in Ohio was only questionable to the donks. John Kerry conceded because he knew there was no way to win. Believe me, if there was any chance at all of showing fraud or reversing the Ohio vote Kerry would have never conceded. He knew he could not prove fraud especially since it did not exist. It is amazing that the moonbats would accuse people in the various states of cheating. These are hard working people who just want to get it right. Are there people who do bad things? Sure, like voting for old people by pushing the Kerry button without asking who they want to vote for. This was reported and is on record but Hersh and Moore and the rest of the conspiracy theorists do not point this out. Another thing. Why are you not questioning the vote in Pennsylvania or New Hampshire? They went for Kerry and NH was a smaller margin than Ohio. If you want to be fair shouldn’t we have a look at that one. Or are you saying that it is only questionable when Bush wins? Those others must be right because only insane people voted for Bush. Get real and get over it. This moonbat also refers to the right as “our enemies.” I have always been of the mind that we are not enemies just adversaries. I guess this shows how the left thinks. Thing is, they were willing to float the idea that France, Russia, and Germany wanted Kerry. They let us know how he spoke to many world leaders (also proven to be a lie) and they wanted him in there. Arafat, the terrorist leader of Palestine, endorsed Kerry. Well, Ms. moonbat, you got your wish. We DID NOT let our enemies dictate our agenda.
Republicans created and benefited from a massive information vacuum through dishonesty and immorality. Media irresponsibility helped maintain this fog of deceit. In this environment, the Democrats failed as teachers. The Republican method rests on manipulating misinformed people, and making sure they remain misinformed and pliable. While Democrats try to educate the electorate, Republicans try to trick voters and – failing that – to deny voting rights. Democrats have to knit together facts honestly into a compelling narrative. It should be easy. In the end, the truth always beats lies.
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