December 19, 2007 | Filed Under Elections
Call me cynical, but I’m not fully convinced that there is 100% full-proof evidence that the 2004 U.S. election was stolen. Maybe it’s not even cynicism, but optimism that our Election system is pure of scandal and treachery.
Although I am not completely sold on the conspiracy, the more I read information released, the more angry I become. It is not unreasonable to believe that there was a conspiracy to cheat the American people out of their rightful presidential choice. This has always been a concern when using certain kinds of voting mechanisms and now we’re seeing why it’s important not to jump the gun into the technology area until we’re absolutely certain that the machines are legit and uncompromisable.
Democracy has the full story by Amy Goodman and her interview with Harvey Wasserman, the senior editor of the Ohio-based freepress.org and author of “What Happened in Ohio: A Documentary Record of Theft and Fraud in the 2004 Election.”
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