Sunday, January 02, 2005

It is never too late to learn

The exit polls from election night still stand out as a significant harbinger of election fraud. Also checkout: Hypotheses for Explaining the Exit Poll-Official Count Discrepancy in the 2004 US Presidential Election. Here are some interesting facts about the exit poll numbers:

Dispelling Some (from
Exit Poll Myths From the 7:30 p.m. exit poll to the final numbers, Bush gained 6% --reversing a 51-48 Kerry lead into a Bush 51-48 lead. Some common myths:

1. The earlier exit poll oversampled women. Wrong.
The 7:30 p.m. exit poll had 54% women and 46% men. The final exit poll data had 54% women and 46% men.

2. The earlier exit poll oversampled minorities. Wrong.
The 7:30 p.m. poll had 11% blacks and 9% hispanics. The final poll data had 11% blacks and 8% hispanics.

3. The earlier poll oversampled democrats. Wrong.
The 7:30 p.m. poll had 38% democrats. The final exit poll had.. 37%. democrats.

4. The earlier poll undersampled rural voters. Wrong.
The 7:30 p.m. poll had 16% rural voters. The final exit poll had.. 16% rural voters.

In the Buckeye State, Blackwell refuses to appear at a deposition to answer questions regarding election irregularities. Checkout: Vote challengers accuse Blackwell of trying to let 'clock run out'. It reads:

"If George Bush indeed won this election, there would be no one with a greater interest in proving that to be the case," Mr. Arnebeck said at a news conference yesterday. "They want the clock to run out. They want to win by default."

Regarding the Placebo Recount, the Green and Libertarian parties are asking for a second (read that real) recount (see this article also).

Of course the fair way to deal with Ohio is a revote. The article Re-Vote Ohio states:

“President Bush can issue a call for a re-vote himself, following the lead of Dino Rossi in Washington State. He can declare that he wants to be elected by a fair and transparent process.

Or Congress can demand a re-vote when it convenes to receive the Electoral votes on January 6, 2005. If neither of those take place, it is imperative that the mushrooming pro-democracy movement that has been developing since the elections escalate its pressure and its tactics to reflect the urgency of what is at stake. We must assert out Tenth Amendment power to reclaim our right to a fair election in Ohio and a fairly elected President of the United States.

If we let this one go by without the political fight of our lifetimes, we just might have kissed what’s left of our democracy goodbye.”

Speaking of Dino Rossi, he indeed wants a revote. Unlike Ohio, though, nobody is claiming massive election fraud in Washington State, with the exception of Republicans who simply do not like the result and are looking for a win by hook or by crook regardless of fairness.

Ohio Election Fraud has put together this excellent guide: Evidence of Fraud and Disenfranchisement in Ohio, 2004 : A Partial List. It serves as a resource tool for those doing factual research on the Ohio 2004 election irregularities.

Oh yah, I almost forgot. Kerry is going to learn.


Blogger Yolo Cowboy said...

It must be hard for you to accept the fact that 3.5 million more people voted for President Bush than Senator Kerry. It happened. It was not voter fraud, it was not the Diebold machines in Ohio, it was more people voted for one candidate in more states with more electoral votes than the other.

As for your notion that the exit polls showed the REAL results and team Bush somehow stole 3.5 million votes away from John Kerry look at this. It is an PBS interview with Warren Mitofsky, the CO-director of the National Election Pool and founder of Mitofsky International.
They took the exit polls.

7:54 PM  
Blogger justice said...

Hello Cowboy,

Thank you for your interest in my blog.

Actually what is hard for me to accept is a fraudulent election in my country, “the beacon of democracy.” It is far from fact that 3.5 million more people voted for Bush than Kerry, given the number of irregularities that occurred in states such as Ohio, Florida, and New Mexico. If the facts proved that Bush won fair and square, I would accept the result whether or not I liked it. But as a patriot who loves his country, I am saddened and disgusted by the banana republic tactics and methods that were used during the 2004 election.

Now just because you say there was no fraud does not make it so. Talk is cheap. I gather from your blog that you are quite happy with the results of the election, fraudulent or not. That aside, you might want to spend a little time investigating the real facts, which may be found on this blog and its associated links. With a fair and lucid mind you will clearly see the number of documented irregularities and massive disenfranchisement that occurred, especially in Ohio and especially targeted at the poor and at people of color. With your love of country, I trust you will then be just as alarmed as me.

Regarding Warren Mitofsky, I would not believe a word that came out of his mouth. He has stonewalled all efforts to examine the raw exit poll data. Releasing the raw data is the only way to disprove the claim from millions of people, such as myself, that something is amiss. You would think that someone with nothing to hide would be more forthcoming. Don’t forget that exit polling is the best way to detect election fraud, and it was the linchpin that overturned the election in the Ukraine.

By the way, popular votes and electoral votes are two different things. Remember that Gore won the popular vote by 500,000. If Kerry received Ohio’s 20 electoral votes, he would be President.

9:31 PM  
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