Will Settle for a 'President by Default'
Don't let them.
By Brad Friedman on 1/1/2005, 8:36pm PT  

Concerning the lawsuit filed in Ohio's Supreme Court demanding the results from a fraudulent election be set aside due to claims that votes were moved from Kerry's column to Bush's...This from today's Toledo Blade...

COLUMBUS - Partisan activists contesting the presidential election results in Ohio said the state's highest court appears willing to "allow the clock to run out" so that the Electoral College results become official on Jan. 6.

Cliff Arnebeck, an attorney who filed the election contest on behalf of a coalition of activists led by the Rev. Jesse Jackson, said Secretary of State Ken Blackwell has chosen to not appear at a deposition to answer questions under oath about the Nov. 2 election.

"If George Bush indeed won this election, there would be no one with a greater interest in proving that to be the case," Mr. Arnebeck said at a news conference yesterday. "They want the clock to run out. They want to win by default."

The Republican party: "A President by default is good enough for us!"

They must be very proud.

Call us unpatriotic, but we prefer our Presidents chosen by democracy, not default.

Make noise. Go to Ohio. Go to D.C. Take your country back. It's time for America's Velvet Revolution.

UPDATE: For a very fine roundup of today's latest Election Irregularity news, see Joseph Cannon hard at work on New Years Day with "American democracy, RIP: 1789-2005"