RFK Jr. says, "BushCo stole it in '04!

Here, finally, is that mainstream piece that I’ve been publicly referring to for months. As I had promised Rolling Stone and Kennedy that I would keep it confidential, I could not mention the specifics, but here they are at last.

This piece should finally snap the Dems out of their trance, and push the media– both mainstream and progressive–to pay due attention to this all-important issue.

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EXCLUSIVE: BOBBY KENNEDY JR. TO QUESTION 2004 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN MAJOR ROLLING STONE FEATURE ARTICLE!
Says ‘Evidence Shows High-Level Republicans Suceeded in Scheme to Steal Election in Ohio’!
Mag to Hit Stands Friday, Internet on Thursday, Publicity Push to Accompany

A damning and detailed feature article, written by Robert F. Kennedy Jr., for Rolling Stone, documenting evidence of the theft of the 2004 Presidential Election is set to hit newstands this Friday, The BRAD BLOG can now confirm. The online version of the article will be posted tomorrow (Thursday) morning.

The article, which has been several months in development, will contend that a concerted effort was undertaken by high-level Republican officials to steal the Election in Ohio — and thus the country — in 2004!

Kennedy told The BRAD BLOG this morning that “the best evidence says the Republicans succeeded” in their plan.

He writes in the article, and confirmed to us today, that evidence shows Ohio Sec. of State J. Kenneth Blackwell was “certainly in on” the scheme, and “there are indications that the effort went all the way up to the White House.” …

…DEVELOPING VERY HARD…MORE DETAILS BELOW…AND MORE SHORTLY…
URL: http://www.bradblog.com/archives/00002891.htm

3 thoughts on “RFK Jr. says, "BushCo stole it in '04!”

  1. Oh, whoop-de-doo. A magazine that reviews crappy music and still thinks it’s cool to get stoned and have sex with anything that moves. And the article is written by a guy named “hic” Kennedy. That’s it, folks. Rolling Stone is finished.

  2. Fantasy meets reality and the neo-cons are really, really starting to howl.

    Cognitive Dissonance: The theory of cognitive dissonance holds that contradicting cognitions serve as a driving force that compels the mind to acquire or invent new thoughts or beliefs, or to modify existing beliefs, so as to reduce the amount of dissonance (conflict) between cognitions.

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