posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 01:18 PM
Blue...Don't let it go. If this is something you believe in, hang in there. I think you may be on to something. I don't know about hacking but I
do know that everyone I know who voted....voted for Kerry. Also, there were two stories in WA state about the vote, on the radio. In one, there were
people who voted that were NOT asked for ID or any verification of who they were and so could have gone back and voted repeatedly. In the other, a
woman (police officer) went into vote at about 11 am and while she was there, there was a comotion which brought to light the fact that the machines
weren't programmed correctly. Because of this everyone who had voted up to that point, their votes weren't counted. This was corrected before she
left but, what about those who voted before 11??? I realize that WA ended up being for Kerry. That's not my point. The point is....if these things
happened here, they could have happend everywhere / anywhere. I agree that Bush and Kerry had the same agenda and it is entirely possible that Kerry
only ran to secure the win for Bush. All Kerry had to do was NOT contest the results. We will see if the review shows anything but it wont matter if
it doesn't. If there is an an authority above the prez who is controlling these things, it would stand to reason they could control the review as
well. The question is....Will we ever know the truth? Is there anything, really, Americans can do about this? I didn't vote for several reasons...
I believed this would be the outcome and that no amount of votes for Kerry would change that. And, I still don't think either Kerry or Bush is
worthy of the pesidency of the US.
Maybe instead of us wasting our time fighting Bush and the outcome of this election, we should put our efforts into finding a REAL candidate for the
next election. Or maybe we should fight for REAL change in the elective process.