Monday, September 27, 2004

US election likely to be unfair, says Carter

Carter is French (see last three posts). I can scarcely contain my admiration. Such blatant stupidity cannot be unintentional, and yet it is done with such an ease and sense of flowing disgrace that it appears to be natural. Huh.

He says that, "'basic international requirements' for a fair vote are missing in Florida." But if you read down a ways you find out the real reason why.

Also, Florida's secretary of state, Glenda Hood, had appeared eager to get independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader on this year's state ballot, "knowing that two thirds of his votes in the previous election came at the expense" of Democrat Al Gore.
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"She ordered Nader's name be included on absentee ballots even before the state Supreme Court had ruled on the controversial issue," Carter wrote.capetimes.co.za




Democrats will stop at nothing to regain their power. Of course when 'so much is at stake' anything is justified. Even cheating is not above them. Carter is laying the ground work.

Jeb Bush, Florida's governor and President George Bush's brother, had "taken no steps to correct these departures from principles of fair and equal treatment or to prevent them in the future".

"It is unconscionable to perpetuate fraudulent or biased electoral practices in any nation. With reforms unlikely at this late stage of the election, perhaps the only recourse will be to focus maximum public scrutiny on the suspicious process in Florida."

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