Let's make the miracle!

Evidence? We Don’t Want
Your Stinkin’ Evidence!

January 24, 2005

By Ernest Partridge
The Crisis Papers

Like biologists with evolution and atmospheric scientists with global climate change, those who warn us that our elections have been stolen and will be stolen again must now be wondering, “just how much evidence must it take to make our case and to convince enough of the public to force reform and secure our ballots?”

The answer, apparently, is no amount – no amount, that is, until more minds are opened. And that is more than a question of evidence, it is a question of collective sanity.

In his new book Fooled Again, Mark Crispin Miller not only presents abundant evidence that the 2004 election was stolen, but in addition he examines the political, social, and media environment which made this theft possible.

When I first read the book immediately after its publication, I confess that I was a bit disappointed. What I had hoped to find was a compendium of evidence, from front to back. To be sure, Miller gives us plenty of evidence, meticulously documented. But evidence tells us that the election was stolen. Miller goes beyond that to explain how and why it was stolen, and how the culprits have managed, so far, to get away with it.
So on second reading, I find that it was my expectation and not Miller’s book that was flawed. We have evidence aplenty, to be found in John Conyers’ report, and the new book by Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman, in addition to the Black Box Votingwebsite among numerous others. Soon to be added is Prof. Steven Freeman’s book on the statistical evidence of election fraud. What we don’t gain from these sources is an understanding and appreciation of the context in which this crime was committed. This we learn from reading Miller’s book.

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0 replies on “Let's make the miracle!”

Look, everybody! It’s the moonbat brigade! Bong-gurgling Marxists passing themselves off as intelligent because they are college professors.

I would like to put forward a perjorative phrase which I hope gains some cache nationally in the coming months. The phrase is used to denote a person or organisation irrevocably immersed in a situation that is both corrupt and unaccountable.

This is the phrase: Dodgy as Diebold.

The possibilities are endless but I’d like to suggest the following example of usage: President Bush’s rationale for illegal spying on innocent Americans is as Dodgy as Diebold.

This tag could have more legs than democracy. Maybe it’ll float better than “loose lips sink ships” or “you’re either with us or against us.” Think I’d better register it fast as a sobriquet for blog commentary.

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but a well timed slogan can help kneecap despots.

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