Here's her link<br><br>This has gotta be the weirdest, like wow, considering most religous folk are supposed to be in denial of fraud and sitn' pretty etc...<br>Here's the rather odd email<br>:<br><br>Date: December 22, 2004 6:30:04 PM EST<br><br>Subject: Ask your senators and the U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary to Stand Up and Support an Election Investigation<br><br> Dear friend,<br><br> Questions are swirling around whether the election was conducted honestly or not. We need to know -- was it or wasn't it?<br><br> When Congress reconvenes in January, at least 14 members of the House of Representatives will challenge the validity of the 2004 election. They will request an immediate investigation into many problems and irregularities encountered in the election.<br><br> According to the Electoral Count Act of 1887, one senator and one House Representative are required to contest an election prior to inauguration. We have the representatives; we still need a senator. Please let your senators know that you want them to stand up with House Representatives and contest the vote.<br><br> The signed petitions will be delivered to each senator in person by a coalition of representatives from a variety of concerned organizations and individuals. We will also deliver copies of signed petitions from all states to the U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary to encourage them to hold formal hearings on the 2004 election. our senators and the U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary: <br><br>Thanks.<br><br>In the aftermath of the 2000 elections, we were greatly disappointed when not one member of the Senate supported the request by members of the House of Representatives for an investigation into the voting irregularities in the November presidential election. We expected, however, that the flaws in the system would be investigated, and that by November 2004 we would be guaranteed a just and fair presidential election.<br><br> We now know that a just and fair election did not take place in 2004. We will not tolerate this, and we expect that our elected representatives will not tolerate this either.<br><br> The House and Senate have a right to jointly contest an election. When Congress reconvenes in January, at least 14 members of the House of Representatives will challenge the validity of the 2004 election. They will request an immediate "investigation of the efficacy of the voting machines and new technologies used in 2004 election, how election officials responded to the difficulties they encountered, and what we can do in the future to improve our elections systems and administration." Please demand that your senator join these 14 Representatives in their challenge. Demand that your senator contest the vote.<br><br><br>Late<br>Breaking<br>?<br> • Welcome to (Independent Media TV)''A senior CIA analyst who was once decorated for his work on weapons proliferation in the Middle East has accused the spy agency of ruining his career as punishment for his refusal to adhere to official pre-war 'dogma' on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction.''<br> • Greg Palast on the 'Apartheid Ballot Counting System in America' - Independent Media TV (Independent Media TV)As Ohio Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell certified President Bush's reelection on Monday, we hear an address by investigative reporter Greg Palast about the disenfranchisement of black votes in the Nov. 2nd election.<br> • Welcome to (Independent Media TV)''Jimmy Massey, 33, a staff sergeant who served in Iraq before being honourably discharged after 12 years' service, said he had seen troops shooting civilians at road blocks and in the street.<br> • Investigative Reporter Greg Palast on the "Apartheid Ballot Counting System in America" (Democracy Now!)President Bush secured his reelection Monday after Ohio's Republican secretary of state Kenneth Blackwell certified the victory by a margin of 119,000 votes. White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan said Monday that the presidential voting was widely perceived as "very free and fair."<br> • RELIBERATED (Buffalo Beast)I often cringe at what I hear about going on in my home town but this story hit a nerve with me. I was a junior at Hutch-Tech High School working on the school newspaper wondering if stories we wrote about the war (Vietnam) would get past the Vice Principle who was the ultimate editor at that time.<br> • Election doubts provoke protest Crowd gathers on Capitol Campus (The Olympian)OLYMPIA -- More than 30 people stood Saturday in the shadow of the Capitol to vent about an electoral system they say has left voters out in the cold.<br> • Mainstream media ignore vote frauds (Philadelphia Tribune)By Linn Washington Jr. Many top political power brokers, corporate elites and news media moguls nationwide consider Greg Palast a criminal – a designation relished by this U.S. citizen who works in England.<br> • Investigative Reporter Jason Leopold Exposes Dirty Politics, Corporate Scandal and Exposes His Own Double Life in (PR Web)In Off the Record, Jason Leopold reveals in startling detail how his desire to land the scoop at any cost ended up costing him his career. [PRWEB Dec 9, 2004]<br> • The View from Waldo County: Why Bush Won (The Progress Report)Faith and Politics Mix -- it's a fact, and perhaps we should look, learn, and participate in that process.<br> • Welcome to (Independent Media TV)''About 21,000 American soldiers, most of them from units sent to Iraq, have been treated at the biggest U.S. military hospital outside the United States since the U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan in late 2001, the hospital said Monday.''<br> • Welcome to (Independent Media TV)''Among some conservative Christians, there is a belief that President Bush received a "moral mandate" to win the recent presidential election — and they are calling on him act on their agenda now.''<br> • VENEZUELA: An unfolding revolution that is not occurring in a vacuum (Venezuela Electronic News)Green Left Weekly Stuart Munckton reports that the Venezuelan revolution is the first revolution of the 21st century.<br> • VENEZUELA: An unfolding revolution (Green Left Weekly)The following is based on a report by Stuart Munckton that was adopted by the national committee of the Democratic Socialist Perspective, an affiliate of the Socialist Alliance, on November 7.<br> • The Fat Lady Still Isnt Singing (L.A. Weekly via Yahoo! News) One month after the election, the progressive PACs have one word for you: Recount<br> • Welcome to (Independent Media TV)IMTV - I wish the author had links and sources for his calculations, but he is sharing some interesting information. ''Let's pull it together. Right now, it's 286-252 in favor of Bush. Ohio has not even begun to count the provisional ballots. There are 155,000 or so.<br> • Welcome to (Independent Media TV)''At the request of the chemical industry, one chemical has been removed from the federal list of air toxics, and five others have been reclassified as less harmful than previously thought, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said Thursday.<br> • Welcome to (Independent Media TV)''The Carlyle Group, a Washington, D.C.-based private equity firm that employs numerous former high-ranking government officials with ties to both political parties, was the ninth largest Pentagon contractor between 1998 and 2003, an ongoing Center for Public Integrity investigation into Department of Defense contracts found.''<br> • The Fat Lady Still Isn’t Singing (Los Angeles Weekly)The mood at Patti Ruben’s MoveOn house party on the third Sunday in November was cheerier than some might expect.<br> • How To Take Back A Stolen Election (Baltimore Chronicle & Sentinel)November 30, 2004-- "Never again!" says the slogan in an email I received from an activist friend. "Never again will we allow a stolen election in the USA!"<br> • How To Take Back A Stolen Election - Independent Media TV (Independent Media TV)"Never again!" says the slogan in an email I received from an activist friend. "Never again will we allow a stolen election in the USA!" But how are we going to stop it?<br><br>Oct 15, 04. Police fired projectiles upon Oregon protesters. [color:red]Why?</font color=red>