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Bush's unofficial margin of victory in Ohio is safe.

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posted on Dec, 2 2004 @ 01:57 PM
Ohio Validates 121,598 Provisional Ballots
Precincts Reporting: 100.00%

Undoubtedly, until the Dem's regain office again, the reverberating cries of 'fraud and intimidation' will conitune....
Shall another recount be taken?
What is Mr. Kerry's position of this?


[edit on 2-12-2004 by Seekerof]

posted on Dec, 2 2004 @ 02:30 PM
It is clear that Bush's criminal gang felt "safe" well before election day, with the promises given to him by the Diebold CEO that Ohio would turn out in his favor.

I like the juxtaposition of "unofficial" and "safe" in your topic title, too. It suggests that auditing a count is not important. Roll over democracy, roll on deception, fraud and no accountability in the USA. Roll out the same in the Ukraine and anywhere else this corrupt administration determines to involve itself in "democratization".

[edit on 2-12-2004 by MaskedAvatar]

posted on Dec, 2 2004 @ 06:51 PM

Originally posted by Seekerof
Shall another recount be taken?
What is Mr. Kerry's position of this?

There already IS going to be another recount, the funds have been raised.
Here's the proof

And as for Kerry, he could care less, as long as the RepubliCratic Skull & Bones members maintain control, he says, "I wanted to be the Master of the Ceremony. Oh well, we're still in power."

posted on Dec, 3 2004 @ 01:47 PM
This was merely the 'dump' of all the kiosks & ballot boxes. A recount would entail the nutral verification of those ballots, as well as the verification of any anomolies.

posted on Dec, 3 2004 @ 02:16 PM
link, Chicago Sun-Times deleted connection between Ohio official, Bush campaign from AP story

In a November 30 article titled "Nearly a Month Later, Ohio Fight Goes On," detailing the controversy in Ohio over the results of the November 2 election, the Associated Press correctly identified J. Kenneth Blackwell -- who, as Ohio's secretary of state, oversees the election process -- as "a co-chairman of Bush's re-election campaign in Ohio." But two large news organizations, and the Chicago Sun-Times, omitted that reference from their versions of the story.

From the November 30 AP story:

Blackwell, a Republican, has until Dec. 6 to certify the vote. The Green and Libertarian parties are raising money to pay for a recount that would be held once the results are certified.

[Reverend Jesse] Jackson said Blackwell, who along with other statewide GOP leaders was a co-chairman of Bush's re-election campaign in Ohio, should step down from overseeing the election process.

"You can't be chairman of the Bush campaign and then be the chief umpire in the seventh game of the World Series," Jackson said.

While versions of the AP article published on the websites of many news organizations nationwide included Blackwell's connection to the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign, and the Chicago Sun-Times omitted the connection from their versions of the AP story, identifying the secretary of state only as a Republican.

The following news organizations included the reference to Blackwell's party identification and his role in the Bush campaign in their online reprints of the AP story: CNN, The New York Times, The Seattle Times, the Los Angles Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, the St Louis Post-Dispatch, the Houston Chronicle, The Guardian (UK), the San Jose Mercury News, The Boston Globe, and Newsday.

Media Matters

The guy in charge of the re-count was a co-chairman of Bush's re-election campaign in Ohio! and the Chicago Sun-Times left that little part out, while the other news organizations reported it.

I'd say Bush's margin is safe, as long as the decit and lies stay in place.

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