Originally posted by Moon Puppy
So will this be overturned or another election? What is the rules for the state of Wash.?
I don't think the 2004 election will be overturned in Washington because of the activist lileral judges that are holding the U. S. hostage to
Tyranny: Absolute government in which unlimited power is vested in a single usually severe and oppressive ruler.
2000 election: Post-Election reviews reveal over 2500 illegal votes in Florida, fraud is overwhelmingly Democrat.
Excerpted from the Miami Times story 12/1/00, As many as 75% of illegal 'felon' votes cast in Florida were cast by registered Democrats.
"To find felony voters, The Herald compared a list of voters in those counties with a Department of Corrections database listing felons who had
served at least a year in prison. If the pattern found in the study is the same statewide, more than 5,000 felons likely cast illegal ballots."
Dead voters on rolls, other glitches found in 6 key states in 2004. 5,000 dead people remained on the rolls on Election Day in New Mexico.
Probe the deepest, darkest pits of corruption in America and, sooner or later, Hillary Clinton turns up.
Daschle - In South Dakota, Tom Daschle, who would have become Senate Majority Leader had the Democrats won enough votes, was defeated by Republican
John Thune in spite of, or perhaps because of, a last minute lawsuit Daschle filed. On election day he requested a judge, who also happened to be a
Daschle supporter and personal friend to issue a
temporary restraining order banning Republican — and only Republican — poll watchers from all election sites on Indian reservations or majority
More and more activist judges at the local, state and federal levels are taking power away from the legislative and exectuive branches and pandering
to the leftist that want this country destroyed. These are the same radicals who were protesters and pot heads during the Vietnam war.
A prime pandering to the left example would be Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
In 1972, Ginsburg left Rutgers to teach at Columbia Law School, where she became the first tenured woman law professor. Her distinguished teaching
career and ACLU achievements won her a national reputation and prompted President Jimmy Carter to appoint her to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the
District of Columbia Circuit in 1980.
2003: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recently joined Hillary Clinton, Janet Reno, anti-Pledge-of-Allegiance Judge Stephen Reinhardt, and
other like-mined liberals and feminists to launch a new organization called the American Constitution Society. Its mission is to challenge the
Federalist Society, which promotes the nomination of judges who believe in the U.S. Constitution and in America's unique system of federalism.