Monday, November 08, 2004

Fraud in 90 Seconds 

Thom Hartmann, writing in Common Dreams:

Election night, I'd been doing live election coverage for WDEV, one of the radio stations that carries my syndicated show, and, just after midnight, during the 12:20 a.m. Associated Press Radio News feed, I was startled to hear the reporter detail how Karen Hughes had earlier sat George W. Bush down to inform him that he'd lost the election. The exit polls were clear: Kerry was winning in a landslide. "Bush took the news stoically," noted the AP report.

But then the computers reported something different.

Different indeed. Dick Morris has said that exit polls can't be wrong. Therefore it must have been an exit-pollster conspiracy to bring down Bush. Right.

Or the software programs in central vote-tabulating computers were hacked. It is apparently very easy to do.


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