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May 27, 2005

Voting Machines Story

-- by Dave Johnson

Daily Kos :: Census Statistics Indicate Vote Count Was Significantly Off,

If the census bureau's statistics can be trusted, this is just more evidence that the count was off.

The official tabulation on November 2, was 122.3 million voters.

The census bureau predicted post-election that 125.7 million people (thought they) had voted.

Why when we have so much evidence that the count was off and could have been easily manipulated by the corporate computers of Diebold and ES&S, which counted 80% of the vote, including 30% with no paper trail whatsoever, why are not more people questioning the validity of this election?

Posted by Dave Johnson at May 27, 2005 8:05 PM

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What am I missing?

they guessed 125 mil, actual was 122?

and the conspiracy is... ?

Posted by: dwntmpo at May 27, 2005 8:23 PM

If you want to know why most people, including our purported "leaders", are ignoring the obvious evidence of vote fraud, it's worth checking out "The Silence of the Scams: Psychological resistance to facing election fraud" by psychologist Diane Perlman. Her article appeared in one version here
(http://www.newtopiamagazine.net/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=12). Perlman discusses various aspects of the psychology of electoral domination--what is being done to people and how they allow it. What we should be trying to figure out is how to get people to stop allowing themselves to be misled and intimidated, and willfully shutting down their critical faculties.

Posted by: Kate Forrest at May 27, 2005 8:36 PM

dwntmpo, that's 3 mil missing votes, actually it is 3.4 million missing votes.

Posted by: grannyinsanity at May 27, 2005 10:56 PM

they're not actually missing, tho.. the first number was a guess.. *I'd* say it was a pretty good one..

Posted by: dwntmpo at June 1, 2005 6:01 PM

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