Brother AACOOLDRE : Election perdiction

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  1. AACOOLDRE

    AACOOLDRE Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Kerry will win the electoral votes but Bush will win the popular Vote. Bush will use the wining of popular votes as leverage to file lawsuits in the supreme court like Gore did to contest votes. Bush hopes the Supreme court will hand him the kingdom once again.

    The family freud begins Nov 2. bush and Kerry are cousins.The same family tree from england.
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    Bush time is up !!! Kerry not as strong gives the edge to him but
    he will defeat the Bushies .........i mean where's H.R.Clinton ???
    she could have took this clown out easy by a land slide
    let the battle for the seat begin .
     
  3. AACOOLDRE

    AACOOLDRE Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    January 21 is the time for the ceremonies of dethroning the fake King with the real King/President being crowned, and the people will feel safe once more with a kind and generous ruler who doesn't use religion to infringe upon the rights of groups who are diffirent.
     
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    so true it was no shocker to me that he did use religion to help fight his battle
    and win an election..............money , power and glory ! off dad gave him this shot
    now he need hope and a steal to win be did it 4 years ago with J.Bush help.
     
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    Portrait of a country on the verge of a nervous breakdown

    This is going to be a mess. It already is. In some respects the voting should be stopped. The machines fixed and the voting started again before January 2005. Just before the electorial college votes. :jawdrop: Karl Rove and Bush duped us again. We should arrive at the polls and ask for paper ballots. So we can have a paper trail. Undercut this crooked attempt and process, and assure the present administration is ousted.

    http://news.independent.co.uk/world/americas/story.jsp?story=575453

    Portrait of a country on the verge of a nervous breakdown

    In Nebraska, dead people were found to have applied for absentee ballots. In Ohio, a representative of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was found to have offered crack cocaine to a known drug addict in exchange for completed voter registration forms, which he duly submitted in the names of Mary Poppins, Janet Jackson and Jeffrey Dahmer, the notorious cannibal serial killer. :puke:


    As the world's most powerful democracy talks of exporting freedom to Iraq, it is at risk of becoming an object of international ridicule. :nuts:

    It beggars belief that the world's most powerful democracy should find itself in this hole for the second time in a row - becoming an object of international ridicule, scorn and not a little alarm, even as the country's leaders talk idealistically about exporting American freedom and democracy to Afghanistan, Iraq and beyond.

    After the last fiasco everyone from President Bush down vowed to fix the system and ensure another Florida could never happen. But three big things went wrong. First, the new generation of computer touchscreen machines - brought in at dizzying speed and at even more dizzying cost to replace the discredited old punch-cards - turned out to be poorly programmed, unverifiable, prone to all manner of failure and susceptible to undetectable foul play.

    Secondly, the Bush administration dragged its feet about enacting funding its own new election laws. As a result, most states won't have their electoral procedures fully updated and coordinated until the next presidential election in 2008. That, in turn, is opening up furious arguments about the ill-defined rules for provisional ballots, absentee ballots, ID card requirements at polling stations and other seemingly esoteric bureaucratic niceties that could have a huge impact on turnout - especially among the poorer, less educated classes who have traditionally been ignored, if not excluded, by the two major parties.

    Thirdly, the political leadership allowed itself to be deluded into thinking that the dysfunctions of the US electoral system were purely a matter of technology. Fix the machines, the thinking went, and everything else will be fine. What should have been glaringly obvious in 2000, and is even more glaringly obvious now, is that the failures of the electoral process were a direct result of the ferocity of broader political battles. The blithe incompetence of local election officials and their wonky machinery were side-effects of these battles, not the cause.

    In 2000, much of the agony of Florida could in fact have been avoided if the parties had agreed to a state-wide manual recount - as happened in an equally close, but amicably resolved, Senate race in Washington state that year. It was the high stakes of the White House, not the messy accumulation of hanging, dimpled and pregnant chads, that sparked the crisis. And we know the stakes are infinitely higher this time, in what has been called the most important US election in memory.
     
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    A secret document obtained from inside Bush campaign headquarters in
    Florida suggests a plan - possibly in violation of US law - to disrupt
    voting in the state's African-American voting districts, a BBC Newsnight
    investigation reveals.

    Two e-mails, prepared for the executive director of the Bush campaign
    in Florida and the campaign's national research director in Washington
    DC, contain a 15-page so-called "caging list".

    It lists 1,886 names and addresses of voters in predominantly black and
    traditionally Democrat areas of Jacksonville, Florida.

    An elections supervisor in Tallahassee, when shown the list, told
    Newsnight: "The only possible reason why they would keep such a thing is to
    challenge voters on election day."

    Ion Sancho, a Democrat, noted that Florida law allows political party
    operatives inside polling stations to stop voters from obtaining a
    ballot.


    ---Mass challenges---

    They may then only vote "provisionally" after signing an affidavit
    attesting to their legal voting status.

    Mass challenges have never occurred in Florida. Indeed, says Mr Sancho,
    not one challenge has been made to a voter "in the 16 years I've been
    supervisor of elections."

    "Quite frankly, this process can be used to slow down the voting
    process and cause chaos on election day; and discourage voters from voting."

    Sancho calls it "intimidation." And it may be illegal.

    In Washington, well-known civil rights attorney, Ralph Neas, noted that
    US federal law prohibits targeting challenges to voters, even if there
    is a basis for the challenge, if race is a factor in targeting the
    voters.

    The list of Jacksonville voters covers an area with a majority of black
    residents.

    When asked by Newsnight for an explanation of the list, Republican
    spokespersons claim the list merely records returned mail from either
    fundraising solicitations or returned letters sent to newly registered
    voters to verify their addresses for purposes of mailing campaign
    literature.

    Republican state campaign spokeswoman Mindy Tucker Fletcher stated the
    list was not put together "in order to create" a challenge list, but
    refused to say it would not be used in that manner.

    Rather, she did acknowledge that the party's poll workers will be
    instructed to challenge voters, "Where it's stated in the law."

    There was no explanation as to why such clerical matters would be sent
    to top officials of the Bush campaign in Florida and Washington.


    ---Private detective---

    In Jacksonville, to determine if Republicans were using the lists or
    other means of intimidating voters, we filmed a private detective filming
    every "early voter" - the majority of whom are black - from behind a
    vehicle with blacked-out windows.

    The private detective claimed not to know who was paying for his
    all-day services.

    On the scene, Democratic Congresswoman Corinne Brown said the
    surveillance operation was part of a campaign of intimidation tactics used by
    the Republican Party to intimate and scare off African American voters,
    almost all of whom are registered Democrats.
     
  7. deepy

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    in new york thousands of new voter registration cards were sent with the statement...you are eligible to vote as of November 9th...
    thanks to an older woman (voting for the first time) she called and also reported it to the media...the office admitted they had made a mistake and would be sending out new cards saying eligible now..
    lets hope they received them in time...or that they read the papers (it was not on the first few pages of the papers either) so they know they can vote anyway.
     
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    Let me ask a question................And I will post this on every Bush/Kerry thread that I can find just so everyone can see it:

    AT THE CAMPAIGNS, HOW MANY AFRICAN-AMERICAN FOLKS DO YOU SEE STANDING BEHIND BUSH OR KERRY?
     
  9. deepy

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    in pictures from wisconsin none...in pictures from nyc many...but I am not sure what your point is...
     
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    Okay.......Now how many of them African-Americans have a Black Conscience?
     
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