Archive for category 2004 election
If you’ve been following the news lately, you will know that Count My Vote is attempting to be a citizens initiative to change Utah’s caucus system to a primary system. At a minimum, it’s gotten Utahns talking about how we select our candidates for public office which is good. I’m not convinced Count My Vote’s solution solves the problem they claim to want to solve. Will switching from the current caucus system improve voter engagement and turnout? That depends on whether it addresses the reasons people don’t vote.
Primary elections are no different, and determine the outcome of a presidential election just as surely as the final election.
With Ron Paul taking the lead, and even John Huntsman moving up the roster in Iowa, things are going to be getting very interesting. The GOP won’t be able to blame “Chicago politics” if their guy doesn’t win and we know it’s not Paul or Huntsman they want.
In the following video, Americas top veteran of election fraud journalism, Brad Friedman, – who is rarely seen on left-leaning programs – gives the republicans quite a bit of food for thought.
But where did the anonymous video come from; anonymous anarchists or the GOP itself? If Ron Paul wins the primary, you’d better believe the anonymous video will be everywhere, all the time.
But, of course it’s not just the republicans who should pay attention to what Brad is saying here. Without basic protections of transparency and chain of custody, our elections are never going to be trusted except by those who refuse to see. In America today, that means just about everybody.
This is the first time I’ve heard a term given to the fact that before the machines started appearing, the exit polls matched the voting results without a hitch. “Red Shift” is a perfect analogy of what happened during the night in the 2004 presidential election and even before that.
Well, maybe a lot, but I’m not driving my Toyota tonight. I don’t believe in harming people with my car.
I like to tell the truth, which often gets me in trouble, but I never meant any harm to anybody.
I believe that we are being scammed by the powers, and must fight back against election fraud at high levels.
Sometimes, opinions are like assholes, and I have mine.
You can’t say I’m not honest.
I just uploaded my first video to YouTube. I’m not sure whether I’m in trouble or not, but I’m SURE most BradBlog readers will love it!
Mr. Fund tries to tell us he’s concerned about fraud in voting. Why does he defend Diebold here? Well, because HE’S a fraud; No?
And yet we enter another voting season without any idea who won…
Just in case you’re wondering, here is my “My Latest Comment at BradBlog I”
John Fund has been instrumental in the ongoing battle against ACORN along with Breitbart. It’s a VERY ugly story and there’s no money in reporting it, but I’m in it for the love!