Did Bush Really Win Florida?

This post was written by marc on November 12, 2004
Posted Under: Politics

Do you think Bush really won Florida? The take a look at This Chart and tell me why there is such a huge shift in votes in favor of Bush as compared to the expected results. Especially when the exit polls – not shown in the graph – agree with the respected results.

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Did he win Florida, yes he did, but steal it is a much more appropriate assessment.

The Power Model.

(1) The political machine that re-elected King George was not only willing, but able to subvert any illusion of legitimate Democracy we had left in America. It appears that this political machine is too powerful, for any legitimate institution in America to hold accountable.

The election systems, used in this election cycle, are “Black Box” Technology. Getting those corrupt voting systems into the vote counting process was the real test of political power in America.

Getting King George elected was the easy part because (1) the election basically went down in one day and (2)simple software patches could be inserted into the voter data base, systems software or applications programs. These patches serve the function of altering election results.

The real questions are, (1)does Bush have enough power to keep Florida as a win to get re-elected,
(2) IF he did steal the election, does he have the moral authority to be Commander and Chief through 2008, (let’s not forget his own military record.) (3) Subverting democracy and the democratic process, and stealing the presidency in the process, could easily be recopgnized as treason. Will he live out his term in office or will his own security address these criminal acts with extreme prejudice?

Before King George invaded Iraq, he made this comment to the UN, It’s time we found out if you are nothing more than a debating society.

Written By Jay Lindberg on November 14th, 2004 @ 3:01 am

maybe there is hope. look at this:

BREAKING — SATURDAY NOV 13 2004: Black Box Voting has launched a fraud audit into Florida. Three investigators (Bev Harris, Andy Stephenson, and Kathleen Wynne) are in Florida right now. We will initiate hand counts on selected counties that have not fully complied with our Nov. 2 Freedom of Information request by Monday (Diebold counties) or Tuesday (other counties).

BREAKING — SATURDAY NOV 13 2004: We have reports that both David Cobb (Green Party) and Michael Badnarik (Libertarian Party) will be filing for official recounts in Ohio. Black Box Voting is also launching a fraud audit in Ohio. Gotta be replaced: Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell. Please invoke the following name change on Blackwell immediately, as he is 2004’s Katherine Harris. He should now be referred to at all times as “Katherine Blackwell.” Please retain this moniker for any future runs for governor. How to be your own media. Spread the word. Latest Katherine Blackwell outrage: Failure to properly account for provisional ballots, and refusing to allow citizens to see the pollbooks.

i am not sure whether i am allowed to put the link in here or not. also, i am not sure whether these audits will help at all.

Written By simone on November 14th, 2004 @ 6:47 pm

So why isn’t the DNC or the Kerry campaign contesting? I would think that, with the Democrats not only losing the presidential election, but seats in the House and Senate, and possibly losing Supreme Court Justices over the next 4 years as well, they’d be the first ones calling for an investigation if they suspected some kind of fraud or cover-up.

BTW, Mark Blumenthal (at Mystery Pollster) has some interesting insights on this past election:


Written By MadBlue on November 14th, 2004 @ 10:57 pm

I firmly believe that Hillary is going to win the Presidency in 2008. Are all of you guys going to be whining that it was voter fraud when that happens? The Chicago Bears just won their third game in a row … was that due to scoring fraud? The last fact supports the idea that even a team that sucks can pull off a win once in a while.

Written By tomocius on November 15th, 2004 @ 6:27 am

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