U.S. left dissident Stanley Aronowitz recently criticized some of the left-liberal and left middle-class folks who endorsed Kerry in 2004, in an article entitled "Giving Kerry a Free Ride: The Left and the 2004 Election."
New Info proves that Central Tabulating Computers have modems connected and are open to manipulation. ie- all this stuff about vote challengers is just a diversion, because one person can change the state total from their home computer. Take the day off of work to help save our country. Yeah sure conspiracy nuts- they can’t steal it- wrong. We now have evidence that certainly looks like altering a computerized voting system during a real election, and it happened just six weeks ago.
Concerned citizens around the country need to get off their duffs and do something to save our country. Namely go down to their polling places and ask that the modems be disconnected. Take a zoom camera and take pictures for evidence.
When a top NASA research scientist offered three of the country’s top newspapers the enhanced photographs he’d worked on of the Bush debates, showing how Bush lied, they all took a dive—even that once great hero of the Watergate scandal, Bob Woodward, now assistant managing editor of the Washington Post
A time for popular outrage and widespread non-cooperation if Bush is elected, if the elections are canceled, or if there is overt election fraud again. No matter who wins, we will be uniting to open up a new political space to define democracy as grassroots and participatory.
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