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Was the 2004 Election Stolen?

Rolling Stone: Was the 2004 Election Stolen? Sources and Commentary

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and ROLLING STONE spent four months investigating the 2004 election in Ohio. To assemble a conservative estimate of the number of voters in the state who were prevented from casting ballots or did not have their votes counted, we interviewed dozens of election officials, pollsters, candidates, voter advocates and political scientists, and reviewed reports by federal officials, statisticians, voter advocates and journalists.

A Call for Investigation: Electronic voting machines pose a grave threat to democracy.

Charts: The Tale of the Exit Polls; Ohio's Missing Votes; The Twelve Suspect Counties.

This is not just sour grapes. This is some seriously effed-up malt liquor.



We need a national photo ID voter card to keep the devilcrats from cheating in the elections...

Those damned devilcrats and their diabolical plan that led to a GOP majority in both houses of congress, a conservative leaning Supreme Court, and TWO Bush terms. Cheeky devils!

If your goal is to disenfranchise poor and minority voters, then a national photo ID is definitely the way to go, Smoothie. Since you used the not-so-clever pejorative "devilcrats", I'll assume you're a Republican, and you believe that voter suppression is the best election tactic to get Republicans elected. It's a great tactic, but it's ethically bankrupt.

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