Saturday, December 04, 2004

Still the only one talking about this

Keith Olberman is the only person I know of, besides the blogosphere, to continue following the voter fraud story. Keith puts it eloquently himself:

SECAUCUS - The complaint about the voting irregularities story is that it has been a little austere, a little impersonal. Part of its lack of appeal to the mainstream media has been its lack of “name players” — the aloofness of John Kerry, as an example. You wouldn’t think you’d have to sex up something as important as the integrity of the democratic process, but it turns out that in these early years of the 21st Century, you have to sex up everything — ask Monday Night Football.
God bless him, he's out there all alone. As big as the story was before the election, I find it strange no one's talking about it now. I mean, beforehand, people like me were screaming bloody murder that Bush would win by cheating; then Bush won and we keep hearing about irregularities in the vote count in two key states. I really think some of us are in shock that someone could actually steal an election right in front of us so brazenly. I say that, but I know that nothing is really going to change the outcome of the election. And nothing has been proven...yet.


At 6:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know about the election being "stolen" (and I can't say that it wasn't, either), but the system does need to be fixed.


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