News and Opinion for Democrats Against Bush - Part I b
Rigging - Both Districts and Voting Machines
Pt. I b BUSH'S CONGRESS
NEO-CONSERVATIVES' ULTIMATE GOAL
RIGGING ELECTIONS
------ Reforms needed
-- Corrupt Redistricting
---- Texas
---- Colorado
---- Pennsylvania
-- Rigged E-Voting?
---- Diebold For Bush
-- Delayed Disclosures
RAW POWER TACTICS
-- Bullying to Win
---- Threatening Dems
---- Bribing Republican
-- Excluding Democrats
---- 11th-Hour Bills
---- 1-Vote Victories
LOOTING the FUTURE
-- Driving Up Deficit
-- Extra Pork in Bills
-- $87 bill. Blank Check
BAD BILLS
-- Energy Bill
-- Medicare Bill
-- Spending Bill
WHO BENEFITS?
-- Wealthy Interests
-- Cheney's Cronies
-- Bush Camp'n Donors
-- Gun Lobby
WHAT ARE WE LOSING?
-- Privacy Rules
-- Academic Freedom
---- at the U. of Wash.
-- States' Rights on..
---- Air Quality
---- Antispam Rules
---- ID Protection
---- Gay Marriage
---- Scholarships
STATES FIGHT BACK
-- Brandeis's Support

"The Republicans want us to trust them, but their efforts to redistrict state legislatures to weaken the Democrats instead of ensuring equality of representation do not make reassuring thoughts easy to come by these days.

"Frankly, neither party can be trusted when it comes to counting votes and redistricting because they put winning ahead of everything else."     --Joe Crankshaw


Joe Crankshaw: Without tamper-proof voting system our form of government is imperiled

By Joe Crankshaw columnist
December 11, 2003

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As a result of the debacle of the 2000 Presidential Election in Florida, many people are going around saying things such as: "Count every vote! Make Every vote count!" They are trying to say they want honest, accurate and fair elections, something we all want. ...

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