As a citizen of the United States of America – a nation that is supposedly “of the People, by the People, and for the People” and as a former candidate for the US House of Representatives (1998) and as a former candidate for United States Senate (2000) I – on behalf of the People of the United States request that the United Nations request that the United Nations formally observe the U.S. elections on Nov. 2.
I ask that I be recognized as a proxy voice for the people of the United States because the US House of Representatives passed a measure barring any federal official from requesting United Nations elections observers. If federal officials are prohibited from requesting UN observers then it is the right and the duty of the People to do so. And the prohibition itself should be justification for the UN to act.
Bush stole the 2000 election and was illegally appointed president by the Supreme Court who had no constitutional authority to do so. Since then Bush has defied the UN’s authority by waging an illegal war in Iraq and has violated International Law by issuing orders to torture, rape, and murder prisoners in Iraq and Afghanistan. In short – our president is a war criminal and is intent on doing whatever it take to hold onto power. Our president is a threat to the security of the world and the sovereignty of all nations.
Additionally – the president of Diebold – the largest maker of electronic voting machines used in America promised at a Republican fund raiser to deliver the election to Bush this year. These voting machines are known to have “back doors” that allow people to change the results of an election after the votes are cast.
I therefore – and on behalf of the People of the United states of America – formally request all interested nations to send election observers to monitor the November 2nd US elections.