Bracing against the wind  

Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Bush voting scandal and Canada

Polls pointed to Kerry's victory in both Ohio and Florida, but the Bush administration claims these polls were "skewed". According to a Bloomberg article, Wall Street investors were convinced that Bush would lose the election based on widely reported polling data.

But, as I predicted over and over again, massive-scale voting fraud tipped this year's election in Bush's favor. Bush won in every district with a large percentage of electronic voting machines coming from Sequoia systems and Diebold. In 2002, Republicans overturned Democrats for the first time in 134 years in a congressional district in Georgia. Audit logs were missing from electronic voting stations, making recounts and inspections impossible.

But all of this makes sense. This is a presidenct who, apparently, believes that Democracy can be legitimately forced upon a nation - whether the people support it or not.

My only problem is that Canada is just too cold for me.

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