Saturday, January 05, 2008
Castro: Drug Dealing Thug
Friday, January 04, 2008
Giuliani Votes Stolen?
They pose some interesting questions for democracy supporters.
Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2008 10:04:35 -0600
Subject: [peoplecount] Eh? Republicans STILL haven't got results for 65 precincts.
It isn't even a skillful magic show.
The Republican caucuses usually take only half as long as the Democratic caucuses, due to simpler procedures. Yet the Republicans are lagging behind the Democrats now by over TEN HOURS in having all their results in.
Alert CSPAN watchers caught TV screen shots of Giuliani vote totals going down by a couple thousand votes midstream in, I believe it was, Linn County. As many of us know, vote totals that go DOWN during the middle of the count can be an error, but also can signal an election theft tactic whereby votes from a candidate finishing very low in the pack are skimmed off and given to a favored candidate higher in the pack.
And with the Republican race, I wouldn't look first at fraud in the number one position. I'd look for it in the area of repositioning candidates in the second through sixth spot.
The delay in results is a red flag. The vote totals going down during the count is a red flag. The failure to release county results in live time, as promised in a Republican
Party press release on Jan. 2, is a bad sign. The failure to release precinct totals at all is a corrupt procedure.
In addition: I'm trying to get information on whether the public was kicked out of the room during hand counting in all locations, or just some.
There is absolutely no reason to consider any of the Republican caucus results to be credible. I'm not saying they are wrong, I am saying the breakdown in checks and balances was stunning enough to call it not a magic show, but a bad magic show.
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Thursday, January 03, 2008
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Tuesday, January 01, 2008
Amigos in Cuba, the beauty of open debate is that it is a contest of ideas. You stack up your ideas against those of all challengers. Then everyone can size them up. Those enlightened men and women interested only in seeking the truth become the judge and jury of your ideas. You acquit yourself well in this court of public opinion when you can convert an ideological foe into a friend without every throwing a punch. I threw some left and right ideological angles at my cousin Bobby who is an enlightened man who seeks absolute truth and honesty. When he told me that he now thinks it would be a good idea to explore the approaches which I advocate I got an incredible rush. True, my ideas have not delivered a knock out blow yet. But I think they stunned Bobby enough to eventually lead to a TKO, at least for the current embargo model.
But the point is this would not happen in Cuba under the iron rule of the ideological cowards the Castro boys. Their ideas and economic policies are so lame that they must send in the goon squad, at the very least, to beat anyone who expresses opinions not congruent with the Castro boys' opinions. That is a great symbol of just how weak these weasels' ideas actually are. Sadly Cubans have not even heard about the great ideas available right now that could make everybody on the island wealthy, happy and productively helping themselves and their fellow man. There are some greedy cowards damning the way still. When you are allowed to speak freely once more amigos then make your words soft and sweet - you may have to eat them. Always remember that words cannot bruise anything more than an ego during a debate so punches will never be necessary for an honest defense of one's ideas. Finally, try to be diplomatic in forwarding your ideas. A diplomat is someone who can tell you to go to hell in such a fashion as you look forward to the trip...