http://www.unitedforpeace.org<br><br><bold>Don't Mourn, Organize[/b]<br>Here at United for Peace and Justice we share with millions of people around the country – and millions more around the world – a sense of horror about what happened on election day. The largest grassroots electoral mobilization in memory was not strong enough to unseat George W. Bush. We are upset by the outcome, and disgusted that the politics of fear have been so fine-tuned by Karl Rove and company. We are outraged by the voter intimidation, vote suppression, and other tactics of disenfranchisement used before and on November 2.<br><br>But we are not totally surprised by the outcome of this election. For more than 40 years the right wing has been planning, organizing, fund raising, and executing strategies for taking control of this country. With George W. Bush and the so-called “war on terror,” they have found the perfect instrument for consolidating their power…<br><br>More:<br><br>http://democracynow.org<br><br>http://www.progressive.org<br><br>http://www.gregpalast.com/<br><br>http://motherjones.com<br><br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>We are outraged by the voter intimidation, vote suppression, and other tactics of disenfranchisement used before and on November 2.<p><hr></blockquote><p>What voter intimidation, suppression and disenfranchisement? Where? What specific examples does the author cite?<br><br><br><br>
Democrats that are wondering why you lost this election so bad, look here!<br><br>This is the face you are presenting. As long as this is how you think your party will progress you are doomed.<br><br>A party based on lies and conspiracy theories about the opposition will not survive.<br><br>
Those are strong accusations. I also would like to see proof. I know at my polling place there was nothing but kind freindly people. I was not willing to buy into the hype from the swift vets because of the lack of proof. I would say the same for this.<br><br><br>Salus populi suprema lex
Salus populi suprema lex
Democrat? Me? Who said that? I don't think we even need a president!<br>And I must say, I am sure glad you didn't bring up Clinton… don't even get me started on that guy. Why is everything so black and white? The two party system does not work. Actually it has failed, miserably. One party has the majority. How do you call it…<br><br>to·tal·i·tar·i·an <br>adj.<br><br>Of, relating to, being, or imposing a form of government in which the political authority exercises absolute and centralized control over all aspects of life, the individual is subordinated to the state, and opposing political and cultural expression is suppressed.<br><br>Take a careful look.<br><br>I am here, hoping to stir some change. No more deaths, we need to move forward. We're living in ~the future~ but it feels like we're moving backwards. Losing. I say WE as in Human Beings, Earthlings, and yes, in some cases Americans. We have this war on now, you see, and a lot of people are dying, and a lot of money is being spent to blow up our dear earth. I think it is wrong. I don't think corporations suppling voting machines should also be funding one of the parties, any of them! (either of them, I guess) Nadar who? The guy with the most money and friends wins. PERIOD. No abortions! Just bomb the sh!t out of children and families over seas. This is a brilliant "moral victory".<br><br>If you look at only one of this links I am presenting here, please make it this one:<br><br>http://optruth.org/main.cfm<br>We are the voice of the troops, a non-partisan group created to help them share stories of life on the ground in Iraq and Afghanistan. We are also working to help veterans get the support they need.<br><br>
That's a very interesting article, but the person who wrote it is making an assumption. Don't get me wrong. I'm not sure I like it the way they are doing it, but there was no proof of any fraud in that article. For me proof is hard evidance that could be taken to a court. Innuendoe and supposition, while possibly correct, does not constitute proof.<br><br><br>Salus populi suprema lex
Salus populi suprema lex
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