An important link between stolen elections and 9-11
Fri Jun 9, 2006 23:42

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Subject: BUSH KNEW: An important link between stolen elections and 9-11
Date: Fri, 9 Jun 2006 16:47:40 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jane stillwater jpstillwater@yahoo.com
To: pants-on-fire@whitehouse.com


BUSH KNEW: An important link between stolen elections and 9-11
By Jane Stillwater http://jpstillwater.blogspot.com

According to respected attorney Robert F. Kennedy Jr., there are massive amounts of evidence pointing to the fact that John Kerry won the 2004 presidential election.

I'm not up on the factual details but I'll bet you dollars to donuts that Al Gore won the 2000 election as well. Want solid facts? Go to http://www.invisibleballots.com / and http://www.blackboxvoting.org/.

The 2000 election was stolen very crudely because election-stealing techniques were not as highly developed as they were in 2004 -- but it was STOLEN all the same. Yet despite all the facts staring Americans in the face that both elections WERE stolen, the perpetrators of this outrage against everything America stands for have been able to get away with one of the biggest, most heinous, most treasonous crimes in American history. How? By telling us again and again that, despite the presence of whole warehouses full of testimony, evidence and databases to the contrary, anybody who believes that the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections were stolen is a conspiracy theorist and a crackpot as well.

It's as if you were to catch a criminal standing in your bedroom and going through your purse but you do nothing because the bad guy tells you that you are crazy to think that he is robbing you -- and you believe him!

We Americans are encouraged to not believe our own eyes.

To hell with being called a crackpot. Those elections WERE stolen.

Now that we got that off our chests, let's go on to the next logical step. "Did Bush KNOW that the elections were stolen?"

Get out those donuts again. I'm about to bet you a whole dozen glazed donuts topped with chocolate sprinkles that BUSH KNEW. Or else he is blind, deaf and stupid -- which he is not.

Next, let's look at human nature. If someone commits a crime, do we thereafter suspect them of being guilty of other similar crimes? Well, yeah. For instance, if a teacher discovers that the lunch money is missing, who gets suspected? The good kid? Or the kid that has stolen before?

And if Bush did indeed plan the theft of America's presidential elections -- one of the most massive and heinous crimes in U.S. history -- then we must face the very real possibility that anyone who is corrupt, power-hungry and evil enough to steal not one but two U.S. elections is also corrupt, power-hungry and evil enough to plan 9-11.

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From the Rolling Stone: Was the 2004 Election Stolen? Republicans prevented more than 350,000 voters in Ohio from casting ballots or having their votes counted -- enough to have put John Kerry in the White House. BY ROBERT F. KENNEDY JR.
http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/10432334/was_the_2004_election_stolen

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From Al Gore: "We found an internal memo from an energy industry group from 1998, written by their disinformation specialists, saying their objective was: 'Reposition global warming as theory rather than fact.' That's the same language that tobacco used. The easiest defense is to simply deny reality, and claim the truth is not the truth. Otherwise, they have to admit there is a moral imperative for change, and that would offend their big supporters in the oil and energy industries." http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060528/PEOPLE/605280306

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From Brad: Results of Close Busby/Bilbray U.S. House Special Election in Doubt! Race to Replace Randy 'Duke' Cunningham in San Diego Was Run on Hackable Diebold Voting Machines, Kept Unsecured at Poll Worker Houses Overnight Before the Election! To be clear, at this hour, we have no evidence to show that Democrat Francine Busby, running in yesterday's special run-off election in San Diego against Republican Brian Bilbray to replace the disgraced Republican Randy "Duke" Cunningham for the U.S. House (CA-50) race actually won it.

We do, however, have copious and documented evidence to suggest there is no reason in the world to have any faith that Bilbray won the race...
URL: http://www.bradblog.com/archives/00002924.htm
...ALSO SO FAR TODAY AT BRAD BLOG...
CNN's Lou Dobbs Hammers Electronic Voting for Third Straight Night! Says 'The security of our elections and the integrity of our democracy is in jeopardy' It appears that Election Integrity advocates have a staunch new ally in their fight for clean, legitimate elections in the United States of America. And he's hardly a "lefty," a "conspiracy theorist" or a "sour grapes" guy.

Conservative CNN anchor Lou Dobbs hammered on Electronic Voting machines and the company's that own them for the third straight day yesterday on his show, Lou Dobbs Tonight.

Yesterday, his report led off with these clear words: "The security of our elections and the integrity of our democracy is in jeopardy." ...
FULL STORY, TRANSCRIPT OF DOBBS' LATEST REPORT:
http://www.bradblog.com/archives/00002923.htm
 
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From Katherine: Cobra II: The Inside Story of the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq by Michael Gordon and Bernard Trainor [ Buy from the London Review Bookshop ] Atlantic, 603 pp, 25.00

The events of 11 September 2001 killed thousands, left many thousands more bereft, and horrified countless millions who merely bore witness. But for a few, 9/11 suggested an opportunity. In the inner circles of the United States government men of ambition seized on that opportunity with alacrity. Far from fearing a ‘global war on terror’, they welcomed it, certain of their ability to bend war to their purposes. Although the ensuing conflict has not by any means run its course, we are now in a position to begin evaluating the results of their handiwork.

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From Betsy [Corporations are NOT people!]: Citizens 1, Corporations 0: In states across the country Tuesday, primary elections named candidates for Congress, governorships and other important offices. But the most interesting, and perhaps significant, election did not involve an individual. Rather, it was about an idea.

In Northern California's Humboldt County, voters decided by a 55-45 margin that corporations do not have the same rights -- based on the supposed "personhood" of the combines -- as citizens when it comes to participating in local political campaigns. http://www.thenation.com/blogs/thebeat?pid=89125

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From M.A.A.:

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Global Exchange has a Reality Tour leaving for Afghanistan on June 18, 2006. I want to go. The only way one can find out what is really happening in Afghanistan is to go there. To help fund my trip, e-mail me for further information at jpstillwater@yahoo.com or call 510-843-0581. Thanks. And sign up to go to Afghanistan yourself too!

PS: Despite recent protests in Kabul against Bush's Afghanistan policy of supporting warlords instead of democracy, our trip is still on. We won't be able to go outside of Kabul as planned however.

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From me: "Life is a competition. The winners are the ones that do the most good deeds."

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I have become shocked and amazed lately at how bitter and cynical and mean my e-mails are becoming -- but ever since Bush, Rove, Rumsfeld and Cheney bombed several defenseless countries into rubble, failed to protect my country on 9-11, scalped our treasury and blatantly STOLE two national elections, I've just not been the same. I WANT to be a kind and loving and caring person but the example being set for me by America's "leaders" has precluded that from happening. My apologies.

In defense of my country, I must fight fire with fire. Those people in the White House are NASTY.

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If you like getting my outside-the-box essays but your in-box is too full and you need a break, that's okay. Just e-mail me, say "Dear Jane" on the subject line and I will take you off my list. Thanks.

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