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Congratulations President Kerry
Since it turns out you won the election after all


Professor Steven Freeman of the University of Pennsylvania has statistically analyzed the unusual discrepancies between exit polls and reported election results of the 2004 presidential election, and demonstrated (at least to anyone who understands anything about statistics) that the presidential election was stolen. The situation precisely mirrors the recent Ukraine election which similarly was proven fraudulent by the large disparity between the exit polls and the reported election results (a well-established principle even the Bush White House recognized when it was Ukraine they were talking about). See the proof in Dr. Freeman's paper The Unexplained Exit Poll Discrepancy (PDF), and in some of the other articles on Dr. Freeman's website. The proof is clear for all to see and even test for themselves, and cannot be rationally denied. Statisticians, mathematicians, and other scientists around the country are increasingly in support of Dr. Freeman's analyses as they learn about his work and validate it independently.

So why aren't the news media all over this story about the stolen American presidency? That's the question on a lot of people's minds these days. So far only the San Francisco Chronicle has published anything about Dr. Freeman's work. Of course nobody would expect Fox News to run the story until everyone else had, but why are even the traditionally "liberal" media sitting on it? Are they afraid of being "Rathered" by right-wing zealots? Are they afraid they'll be fired by their right-wing bosses? Do none of them understand statistics? Are they really not so "liberal" after all, could so many of them be willingly complicit shills for the Bush propaganda machine? I wish I knew the answers to these questions, and I think it may be a while before the answers become known. But in the meantime, clearly the mainstream media have not been doing their jobs. They know about this story, at least some of them do (the Los Angeles Times definitely). The fact of the stolen election that they are either willingly or unwillingly suppressing is slowly percolating through the Web, and will hopefully reach a threshold of citizen awareness that the traditional media will be forced to acknowledge. Please email Dr. Freeman's paper The Unexplained Exit Poll Discrepancy to your local newspapers and television stations immediately, and insist they stop censoring the news -- and then ask all your friends to do the same. Call them, write them, accost them at every opportunity about why they won't do their jobs. If enough of us do this, maybe the dam of censorship will be broken on this important news.

Some people have suggested that it would take a huge conspiracy to steal the election, a conspiracy so large that concealment would be impossible. But actually it could have been done by one single person having access to the databases where the results were tabulated. And hacking into those databases would not have been overly difficult (see Thom Harmann's article below).

Was the election deliberately stolen at the highest level, by the Bush administration? Logic and Bush's history of deception would tend to suggest that's the case, but we can't positively know yet. We shall find out however if and when the Bush administration is confronted with the indisputable statistical evidence; if they deny and lie and rationalize flimsy fabrications about why the statistics must be wrong, we'll know then they deliberately defrauded the American people because they didn't deny reality when the exact same thing happened in the Ukraine election.

If Bush is honest and had nothing to do with stealing the election he will ask the opinions of his scientific advisors, they will analyze the data themselves, and they will come to the same conclusion that every other statistician has, that the election had to have been fraudulent. The only moral and honorable thing for Bush to do when that happens is to call for another presidential election, this time having the same oversight controls that were put in place to guarantee that Ukraine's second election would not be stolen like the first one. And then America will be as free and democratic as is Ukraine today, whatever the outcome. But if Bush fights against having a fair election like most of America will probably expect him to, we'll know he deserves impeachment, disgrace, and prison. In that case there's no need for another election, America should simply put John Kerry in the Oval Office where he has belonged since Inauguration Day.

Best-selling author and talk show host Thom Hartmann has written a terrific article about how a stolen election could have come to pass in America, and some good excerpts are presented below. Don't forget to write or call your local newspapers and television stations!


Excerpts from http://www.commondreams.org/views05/0310-32.htm

Teresa Heinz Kerry - Hacking the "Mother Machine"?
by Thom Hartmann
March 10, 2005

Perhaps, after a half-century of fine-tuning exit polling to such a science that it's now used to verify if elections are clean in Third World countries, it really did suddenly become inaccurate in the United States in the past few years and just won't work here anymore. Perhaps it's just a coincidence that the sudden rise of inaccurate exit polls happened around the same time corporate-programmed, computer-controlled, modem-capable voting machines began recording and tabulating ballots.


This analysis comes just as Bev Harris' organization www.blackboxvoting.org provided testimony to the House Judiciary Committee, as reported on their website:

"In mid-February, Black Box Voting, together with computer experts and videographers, under the supervision of appropriate officials, proved that a real Diebold system can be hacked.

"This was not theoretical or a 'potential' vulnerability. Votes were hacked on a real system in a real location using the actual setup used on Election Day, Nov. 2, 2004.

"In October, Black Box Voting published an article on this Web site about remote access into the Diebold system. After examining the Diebold software and related internal e-mails, local security professionals were able to demonstrate a hack into a simulated system.

"In February, we were allowed to try various hacking techniques into a real election system. To our surprise, the method used in our October simulation did not work.

"However, another method did work. The hack that did work was unsophisticated enough that many high school students would be able to achieve it. This hack altered the election by 100,000 votes, leaving no trace at all in the central tabulator program. It did not appear in any audit log. The hack could have been executed in the November 2004 election by just one person.

"This hack stunned the officials who were observing the test. It calls into question the results of as many as 40 million votes in 30 states. We are awaiting the response of the House Judiciary Committee to this new development for their investigation.


At the same time, computer programmer Clinton Curtis charged, in a sworn affidavit before a U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee investigation in Ohio, that Republican Congressman Tom Feeney of Florida participated in hiring Curtis to write "undetectable" (when compiled) voting-machine-rigging software. Republicans in the House have also blocked efforts to investigate this and other charges made during hearing held in Ohio by Congressman John Conyers.

In Ukraine, an entrenched political machine dedicated to single-party rule laughed off the possibility that exit polls, colored scarves, a catchy slogan, and spray-painted logos could force a change in a national election. As Peter Finn reported in The Washington Post on November 22, 2004:

"The [Russian-supported and "officially" winning] Yanukovych campaign said the exit polls, which were funded by the United States and other Western countries, and the demonstration were a calculated effort to preempt the official result.... "'These polls don't work,' said Gennady Korzh, a spokesman for Yanukovych. 'We will win by between 3 to 5 percent. And remember, if Americans believed exit polls, and not the actual count, John Kerry would be president.'"


complete article


Thom Hartmann (thom at thomhartmann.com) is a Project Censored Award-winning best-selling author, psychotherapist and licensed NLP Trainer, and host of a nationally syndicated daily progressive talk show.

See www.thomhartmann.com for more. His most recent books are "The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight," "Unequal Protection," "We The People," "The Edison Gene", and "What Would Jefferson Do?"


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