To The Tinfoil Hats, Robin, There’s Conspiracy Afoot
What John Kerry definitely said about 2004’s stolen election and why it's killing American democracy
By Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman
Online Journal Guest Writers
Nov 10, 2005, 21:35
The net is abuzz about what John Kerry may or may not be saying now about the stolen election of 2004.
But we can definitively report what he has said about New Mexico and electronic voting machines soon after his abrupt "abandon ship" with 250,000 Ohio votes still uncounted.
And we must also report that what he's not saying is having a catastrophic effect on what's left of American democracy, including what has just happened (again) in Ohio 2005.
In recent days Mark Crispin Miller has reported that he heard from Kerry personally that Kerry believes the 2004 election was stolen. The dialog has been widely reported on the Internet. Kerry has since seemed to deny it.
We have every reason to believe Miller. His recent book, Fooled Again, has been making headlines along with our own How the GOP stole America's 2004 election & is rigging 2008.
Finally, hope for the GOP in 2008. According to these two conspiracy theorist rocket surgeons the fix is in for 2008 and the Republicans have rigged the elections. What a feat that would be if true. This whole schtick will assume the form of a self fulfilling prophecy if the progressive liberal demoracists don't give it up, roll their sleeves up and get to work on actually having an agenda other than "liar, liar, pants on fire."