Guest Blogged by John Gideon of
By John Gideon on 7/18/2008, 4:27pm PT  

Today is one of those days where there are many big stories. The list of Secretary of States who have joined together to demand that Veterans Administration facilities be opened to allow non-partisan voter registration drives has risen to 19. Meanwhile, Indiana’s Secretary of State, Todd Rokita, has shown that he does not care about the veterans in Indiana as he has sent a letter to the Director of the Department of Veterans Affairs to express his support for the disenfranchising rules.

Also, a whistleblower has stepped forward and stated that a patch was installed in two Georgia counties in 2002 before the Governor and Senatorial elections. He says, in part, that a “computer patch was installed in person by Diebold CEO Bob Urosevich, who flew in from Texas and applied it in just two counties, DeKalb and Fulton, both Democratic strongholds. The source states that Cox [then Georgia Secretary of State Cathy Cox] was not privy to these changes until after the election and that she became particularly concerned over the patch being installed in just those two counties.”

The Georgia news stems from a press conference held in Ohio where attorneys announced that they were filing documents with the courts to lift a stay on the 2004 Election fraud case. This case, according to the attorneys, has the potential to take down some very powerful people in this country....

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