Friday, October 22, 2004


Vote fraud and vote suppression

Jonah Goldberg at NRO explains the difference between the political parties with reference to the upcoming election and voting :

................But there's a huge difference between the two sides' tactics. The Republicans' lawyers aren't preemptively declaring the election is fraud if they don't win. Simply put, they aren't trying to undermine the legitimacy of the American political system. The Democrats - who constantly decry Bush's "politics of fear" even as they warn of a draft and tell blacks they'll be disenfranchised - have taken the position that a Bush victory is by its very nature proof of voter fraud. That is the Holder Doctrine. If all the votes are counted, Kerry wins. Period. If Bush wins, the votes must not have been counted............................

...............Judged on these two criteria, it's hard to see how the Democrats can call themselves democrats.
It's frightening to watch our internal enemies trying to overthrow a democracy by lies, trickery, and deceit. Their rage and hateful vitriol is of course ratified and supported by their brothers in the MSM, which unfortunately magnifies their sickness.


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