One Stolen Election = Cock-up...Three Stolen Elections = Coup...

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program date: 
Fri, 08/31/2012

Harvey Wasserman: How the 2012 Election was Stolen

I you want ot steal an election, choose a close one...because when 2 am rolls around and the numbers start  to slowly shift in your favor, no one is going to hoist a red flag.  That's parameter number one: No Hoist stops the Big Heist. The only red flags raised this time around are going to be the Republican victory banners.   Parameter number two: Never simply 'cover your tracks'; don't leave any from the get-go.  The technology available now in order of magnitude is far beyond that which put George W Bush over the top by way of tthe bottom.  Parameter number three: Limitless money.  The Koch Bros., Sheldon Adelstein, the list is one long Death March through the Boneyard of Left/Progressive ideas.

Odd isn't it that it was the Leftist/Progressive ideas and ideals that built the foundation of the America  over which these  Good Old Pricks wax nostalgic.


It took two stolen U.S. presidential elections and the prospect of another one coming up in 2012.
For years the Democratic Party and even much of the left press has reacted with scorn for those who've reported on it, but the imperial fraud that has utterly corrupted our electoral process seems finally to be dawning on a broadening core of the American electorate -- if it can still be called that.

"The shift is highlighted by three major developments:

1. The NAACP goes to the United Nations
In early December, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the largest civil rights organization in America, announced that it was petitioning the United Nations over the orchestrated GOP attack on black and Latino voters.

2. The Justice Department awakens
On Friday, December 23, 2011, the U.S. Justice Department called South Carolina's new voter ID law discriminatory. The finding was based in part on the fact that minorities were almost 20 percent more likely than whites to be without state-issued photo IDs required for voting. Unlike Ohio, South Carolina remains under the 1965 Voting Rights Act and requires federal pre-approval to any changes in voting laws that may harm minority voters.

3. The EAC finally finds that voting machines are programmed to be partisa

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