Thursday, November 09, 2006

Long way home

It's been a long day of traveling and I'm burned out. This is where I've been and this is what I think so far about the incredible events of the last three days.

I'm sure I'll have much more to say tomorrow.
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Blogger nolocontendere said...

I've tried to figure out the startling events of the last several days, where things just didn't transpire the way I had assumed.
I mean, we all know the touch screen machines are rigged for the repugs. So why were they either not flipping votes or flipping them for the dems?
I think this is a brilliant strategy by the manipulators. 1. Rahm Emanuel hand picked and supported only candidates who weren't going to rock the boat. 2. Giving it to the dems lets steam out of an overheated boiler of opposition, fracturing it. 3. All of a sudden the Diebold machines get new credibility. 4. The cosmic cesspool we're now in can be blamed on the dems. 5. Some policies that were opposed by the repugs, like amnesty, will get passed by the dems.
The dem leadership, like Pelosi, Dean and Emanuel are compromised, which is why I'm not holding my breath that the Patriot act is erased.

8:45:00 AM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

Nolo, I'm glad I'm not the only one who is still reaching for the tin foil. I'm very suspicious about how this played out when it so obvious they were ready and able to flip the votes. I'll be doing a post on it.

9:09:00 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

It's a very important thing to explore. No question at all that the machines were oiled and ready, anybody who doubts that should visit Black Box Voting or The Brad Blog.
As it turned out, there were computer head scratchers like the missing votes in Harris's run in Florida or the exact same totals for both of Lieberman's opponents in CT. ~

2:29:00 AM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

I hadn't heard that about CT. Thanks for the tip.

10:17:00 AM  

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