Nasty Letters To Crooked Politicians

As we enter a new era of politics, we hope to see that Obama has the courage to fight the policies that Progressives hate. Will he have the fortitude to turn the economic future of America to help the working man? Or will he turn out to be just a pawn of big money, as he seems to be right now.

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Why Kerry Is Not Fighting for us as a CANDIDATE?!?

Since many of us are very concerned about the recent unpleasantness at the polling booth, one might have thought Mr. Kerry would be as well. According to the following story, he is doing nada.

Why? "He fought for the country as a young man." Now he just walks away from a stolen (?) election. His campaign, that many of us have invested our lives and even some money into supporting, has money left.

Let's ask the Senator, Why?

Democracy Now! | Why Isn't Kerry Using $50M Unspent Campaign Money to Fund Recounts?: "Now three candidates in the 2004 presidential race are demanding recounts. And not one of them is John Kerry.

In New Hampshire, independent candidate Ralph Nader is asking for a recount to test the accuracy of optical scan vote-counting machines....continued...

Diaries :: HiFlyer's diary ::

Meanwhile, the Green and Libertarian Parties announced they raised $150,000 over the past week, enough to file the required fee for a statewide recount of the vote in Ohio.

While they scrambled to raise the required $150,000 in time to file the recount request, Democratic candidate John Kerry has been sitting on over $50 million in unspent campaign funds. According to the Center for Public Integrity, Kerry could use that money to fund recount efforts."

Listen to Amy Goodman
The request covers 11 of the state's 126 precincts that use Diebold's Accuvote optical scanning machines to count paper ballots. Backers urged Nader to request a recount after a statistical analysis posted on the Internet appeared to show that some New Hampshire precincts using the machines gave President Bush up to 15 percent more votes than had been expected on the basis of exit polls and the 2000 presidential vote.


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