We Never Had A Chance
Here's some crystal clear evidence of voter fraud in Florida. This site categorizes voter turnout by the type of voting machine used:
Diebold Op-Scan voting machines increased Republican turnout by an average of 135%, while decreasing Democratic turnout by an average of 22%.
I hoped against hope, but in my mind I knew, we were defeated before we even began. We had the wrong candidate, the wrong message, and most of all the the wrong voting system. I knew it was all over when Miami-Dade county went to Bush. There is no way I will ever believe that the city of South Beach, and the retirement center of the country for Jews would ever vote so overwhelmingly for Bush. I'm equally sure there are many south Floridians, and more than a few Ohioians, asking themselves how the hell this happened. In fact I'd bet there are a lot of Americans asking themselves just who were those 57 million people who voted for Bush? I have only one answer. Diebold voting machines
. As anyone with minimal intelligence knows, machines can be programed to do pretty much whatever you want them to.
The only question I am left with is, will we ever see another Democrat elected? Or will the Democratic party slowly go the way of the Green Party? Is our two party system finished? Have we begun an unstoppable sprial to becoming a country ruled by a one party?
Are we still the land of the free and home of the brave or are we just the biggest bully on the block?
A Done Deal
Well, by tonight, (hopefully) it will all be over but the shoutin! I hope we will have a new President but even if we don't I will be glad to see this come to an end. There has been so much bitterness and anger. I hope we can all make a conscience choice to try to mend our fences and get on with the business of being proud Americans. I know I harbor many fears for our future if Bush remains in office. Just as I am sure those who support Bush, fear for our country if Kerry is elected. I have tried to tell myself, this country survived Nixon, and Regan, we can survive four more years of Bush if we must. My single greatest concern is for the changes that could be made in the Supreme Court. By either Bush or Kerry. I expect several of the justices are ready to retire and are only holding out to see who will be appointing their replacement.
All that said, I still believe we are a strong country and will continue to be so.
If you haven't voted by now, get off your duff, and GO VOTE!!!!