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Thursday, July 06, 2006


Was the 2004 presidential election stolen?

Yes. Clearly is was stolen. Shocking!

If you are a glutton for punishment, you can hear how tonight in Newark.

Dr. Steven Freeman of the University of Pennsylvania is speaking tonight about his book about the 2004 election: "Was the 2004 presidential election stolen? Exit polls, election fraud and the official count.”

In the book, Freeman contends there was fraud that skewed the election results. He also is critical of Delaware's voting system and a wide disparity in 2004 between the recorded vote and what exit polls projected.

It begins at 7:30 p.m. in Room 111 In Memorial Hall at the University of Delaware.

Props to the Green Party for setting it up.

Hope you're not serious with this. There's plenty of rebuttal out there to Freeman, but the skinny is: Real vote tallies compared to exit polls does not a fraud make.

Here's a quick and easy solution, the second of which is bitterly opposed by your party, Jase: paper ballots and requirement of photo ID.
I might not be able to make it to this one.
Jason, do you know if there is a Delaware chapter of drinking liberally?

I talked to drinking liberally about setting one up and got sidetracked. I think there is some interest.


Paper ballots are being opposed by who? I think Delaware already requires an ID - what is the fuss?
I didn't say paper ballots were opposed by Dems. I said requiring a photo ID is. And if DE requires a photo ID, why haven't I been asked to provide one at every election I've voted in (which is every one since 1984)?
I guess the old ladies at the polls like you. Yes, Hube, ID is required to vote in DE.

Jason, are you saying the Delaware Democrats STOLE the 2004 election? That would explain their winning every county seat!
and it would explain why delaware lost it's bell-weather status for picking the winner in the presidential race.
anon: photo ID? If so, poll workers ain't doing their jobs, then.
Amen to anony is so righteous to me that we voted for the True CIC in 2000 and in 2004.
Hube -- I've always had to show ID. In fact, they once challenged me b/c my address on my license was different than my voter registration.

Maybe you're just famous.
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