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Rantings of a Sandmonkey

Be forewarned: The writer of this blog is an extremely cynical, snarky, pro-US, secular, libertarian, disgruntled sandmonkey. If this is your cup of tea, please enjoy your stay here. If not, please sod off

Thursday, December 30, 2004

How do you spell Sore Loser ? K.E.R.R.Y.

OK, and just when i thought Kerry conceded that thing with some dignity, well he goes and does that: Monday 27 December 2004

This afternoon, an attorney representing the Kerry/Edwards presidential campaign filed two important motions to preserve and augment evidence of alleged election fraud in the November election.
The purpose of the motions is twofold: A) To preserve all ballots and voting machines pertaining to the Yost matter for investigation and analysis; and B) To make available for sworn deposition testimony a technician for Triad Systems, the company that produced and maintained many of the voting machines used in the Ohio election. The technician has been accused of tampering with the recount process in Hocking County, Ohio, though other counties are believed to have also been involved. Any officers of Triad Systems who have information pertaining to said tampering are likewise subject to subpoena for sworn deposition testimony.
Ohh, a technician's testimony. I smell me a conspiracy. I smell me a BUSH Conspiracy. I am having Florida 2000 flashbacks, and i am starting to see some similarities. In both cases, Bush won. In both cases, the losers were democrats. In both cases, the democratic candidates conceded defeat publicly and then went to court and claimed election fraud anyway. Oh golly, that's three for three. It's the same story, I feel like Bill Murray and its freakin groundhog day. Well, except it isn't! You see, Florida, well, you could at least argue there was room for doubt there, u know, with Bush winning the state by about 500 votes and you know, all those old people that voted for Buchanan cause they got "confused". But this time, ehh, it's not even that close. It ain't even close to that close. This time, the recount took only 300 votes off Bush's six figures margin of victory. The recount shows Bush winning Ohio by 118,457 votes over John Kerry. 118457 votes JFK 2, why are we even having this discussion? Dude, you lost. Get over it. Seriously. I recognize that about 55 million Americans out there really didn't want Bush to win, but he did. Fair and square. LET IT GO! Guys, just focus on those Canadian visa applications. I am sure you can't blame anyone else if you screw this one up as well.

4 Comments:

At 12/30/2004 12:33:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What kind of Arab are you? Don't you know that the election was stolen by the evil Neocons and their Jewish overlords? Geeze, you claim to have spent five years in the fever swamps of Massachusettes and you don't even know that? :-)

 
At 12/30/2004 05:20:00 PM, Blogger Mike SC USA said...

Well, I'm going to be the absolute first to state categorically that, this man is a CIA agent posting from Langley, VA. He is not Egyptian or if he is, he's been brainwashed by the US government into writing all this crap. Just like the brother at "Iraq the Model", it's all an elaborate scam. Seems like the CIA now needs a voice in Eygpt too. Will Shrub will stop at nothing? Lies, deceit, pure evil.

*/sarcasm off

There, now continue the good work and ignore all the troll who will shortly start to accuse you of this sin of speaking the truth. You have been absolved and can reply to those said troll..."been there, done that" and "if you come to Egypt, I'll personally punch 'your ticket' to prove my creditability!"

Conspiracy theories, indeed! But when you speak like you have thus far have written, be warned you'll take a thumping from the moonbats and they are sore losers. I hope you have thick-skin and a fast "ban-his-ass" button.

 
At 12/31/2004 09:12:00 AM, Blogger Scott from Oregon said...

Even though I can't stand Bush, I've never countenanced Kerry either. That said, I think all this talk about voter fraud is a good thing. It ain't about 'winning or losing' for me, it is about shoring up the system so that "he cheated' can't even be brought up. The fact is, irregularities and the potential to cheat are evident all over the place, and these holes need to be fixed to ensure genuine voter confidence.... Want to know where so much of the polarization of America started? 2000 elections.... WHY? Because of the uncertainties involved in the outcome. Had Gore won, it would have created the same mess.... The system needs to be bullet proof. It ain't....

 
At 1/08/2005 03:08:00 PM, Blogger Cecil R. said...

From Cecil R. to Sand Monkey
Most correct and astute! Nailed them on the head, too bad their heads are harder than the nails. Have you seen the latest Democrat logo!

 

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