Thursday, January 28, 2010

Brad Friedman reports on an upcoming article in Maxim on the mysterious death of Bush's cyber-guru Mike Connell

•Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who reported in detail on Ohio's 2004 election debacle for Rolling Stone magazine was interviewed for the story, and tells Worrall that he believes what happened during that election was "more serious than Watergate" as "The Ohio vote undermines the very foundation stone of American democracy." He goes on to call for an "official investigation. Otherwise this becomes a blueprint for how to steal an election from here to eternity."


Anonymous Anonymous said...


the URL link takes the visitor to google, I'm sure you meant to go to bradblog's website?


10:30 PM  
Blogger M1 said...

...been through a slue of revolutions in the revolution during past decade. Ohio was yet another fine & noteworthy rotation, indeed. Gotta love the silence of it all. lol


Zeitgeist still truckin' in this neat realm.

8:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Speaking of silence, check out Landes groundbreaking article on the recent MA historic "upset":

Massachusetts 'Deja Vu' Senate Race -
Questionable Counts & Speedy Concessions

By Lynn Landes, publisher

The controversy over Massachusetts Democrat Martha Coakley's quick concession, despite red
flags over the use of non-transparent voting technology, regardless of complaints from voters of election day irregularities, and before all the ballots were counted, is a replay of previous hasty 'election concessions'. Stoking the frustration of her supporters was Coakley's apparent victory
in the hand-counted paper ballot precincts in Massachusetts over Republican Scott Brown.

On Wednesday, January 20, Bev Harris of reported, "According to preliminary media results by municipality, Democrat Martha Coakley won Massachusetts overall in its hand counted locations,* with 51.12% of the vote (32,247 hand counted votes) to Brown's 30,136, which garnered him 47.77% of hand counted votes. Margin: 3.35% lead for Coakley. Massachusetts has 71 hand count locations, 91 ES&S locations, and 187 Diebold locations, with two I call the mystery municipalities (Northbridge and Milton) apparently using optical scanners, not sure what kind."

10:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh and thanks for fixing the link!

10:36 PM  

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