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Foreign election monitors driven by leftist political agenda (Alcee Hastings to appoint monitors!)
Enter Stage Right ^ | Oct. 4, 2004 | Tom DeWeese

Posted on 10/03/2004 9:26:30 PM PDT by FairOpinion

The U.S. State Department cracked open the door and now the invasion has begun. Foreign election monitors determined to oversee the U.S. election this November seem to be coming out of the woodwork. Even Jimmy Carter has gotten into the act. The bottom line is that the November election is being set up to humiliate the United States and place in doubt the legitimacy of our government.

Those calling for the election monitors, like Democrat California Representative Barbara Lee, argue that the move is necessary in order to "make certain that every person's voice is heard, every person's vote is counted." Eddie Bernice Johnson, the Texas Democrat who is the leader of the thirteen members of Congress who originally started the process by writing to UN. Secretary General Kofi Annan, says "The presence of monitors will assure Americans that America cares about their standing in the world."

The constant blather about "transparent and fair elections" and the "democratic process" is simply a smokescreen to hide the real purpose of the monitors. They are coming here to impose a political agenda. Virtually everyone involved in the election-monitoring scheme is a radically-active leftist committed to a political agenda that calls for the destruction of national sovereignty by replacing it with global governance. To implement such an agenda in the United States requires a breakdown in the trust of our national and state government institutions. That's the true mission of the monitors. Consequently, the November election will resemble nothing ever before seen at the polls by Americans.

Consider the players in this game. Secretary of State Colin Powell legitimized the presence of foreign election monitors by inviting the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). A spokesman for the OSCE said the group's purpose in the election is to "apply political pressure." That group, headquartered in Vienna, Austria, is led by one of the most corrupt politicians in the United States.

Hastings Alcee Hastings, the new president of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, will be the man who actually appoints and assigns the group's election monitors. Hastings was a federal judge who was caught in an FBI sting in the 1980's for trying to take a $150,000 bribe. He was impeached by a Democrat-controlled Congress that voted 413-3 to oust him. The vote proves there were a lot of Democrats and a lot of fellow blacks who knew just how corrupt Hastings was. This year alone, Hastings is being investigated by both the federal and Florida state elections commissions. Bribery, kickbacks and intimidation are just a few of the tools Hastings uses to control his political fiefdom.

Part of Hastings' fiefdom is Broward County, Florida, one of the disputed areas in the 2000 election. Though the monitor proponents want to blame Governor Jeb Bush for election problems, it can be confidently speculated that Alcee Hastings had much more to do with choosing some of the corrupt election officials in that county than did the Governor. Hastings has clearly stated that he believes George W. Bush intends to steal the election. Clearly the OSCE is biased with a mission.

Next into the game is a group called Global Exchange. This far left group, headquartered in San Francisco, bills itself as "an international human rights organization dedicated to promoting environmental, political and social justice." For the record, the term "social justice" was invented by Karl Marx. Global Exchange promotes the radical Sustainable Development agenda of top-down government control over local representation. Its web site supports and praises Fidel Castro as a great humanitarian. Global Exchange hates free enterprise, private property, and cars. It is the poster child for the "think globally -- act locally" crowd who were demonstrating outside the Republican national convention in New York City this past August. It should be noted that Global Exchange calls itself a non-governmental organization (NGO). Only the United Nations officially sanctions NGO's. More importantly, Global Exchange is a private organization with absolutely no standing to bring election observers into this nation.

Yet on September 13th, Global Exchange announced that it had already brought a team of international election monitors into the country. The 20-person "pre-electoral fact-finding team" split into five groups and headed to key battleground states to conduct "investigations" in Arizona, Georgia, Florida, Missouri and Ohio. The teams met with state and local elected officials, held town meetings, talked with community organizations and observed voter registration drives. Another team is scheduled to fan out across the nation in time for Election Day.

One of the leaders of the Global Exchange delegation is Dr. Brigalia Bam, Chairperson of the Independent Electoral Commission of South Africa. Unlike the United States, South Africa is considered an emerging, but not stable, governmental system and has held only two successful national elections since 1994. Yet, Dr. Bam promotes herself as an election expert, saying, "Through sharing with Americans the democratic innovations and advances occurring around the world, we hope to bring to light the best practices that may benefit the U.S. political system." Dr. Bam's "light" is globalism and "social democracy," now practiced in much of the European Union and South Africa. Its other name is Socialism.

Other members of the Global Exchange team are from India, Guatemala, the European Union, Canada, Mexico, and a variety of Third World countries and UN international organizations.

Global Exchange said in its September 13th news release that its monitoring team is "non-partisan," and that they just want to "boost voter confidence." Such lofty goals don't coincide with the rhetoric from Global Exchange's founder, Medea Benjamin. She is currently on a speaking tour of key battleground states with Daniel Ellsberg, an anti-war activist and the man who stole top secret documents from the Pentagon in the 1970's and released them to the media. Standing on a platform with Ellsberg at an appearance at Lane Community College in Oregon, Benjamin said the possible reelection of President Bush would lead to an escalation of the war in Iraq and an increase of anti-American sentiment throughout the world. She went on to appeal to the crowd to vote for John Kerry.

One final note to confirm the bias and leftist ties of Global Exchange; the group's news releases are distributed by a public relations firm call Riptide Communications. Riptide's website describes the mission of the company as one which "provides high quality press and public relations to groups and individuals committed to progressive social change." Some of the causes and individuals Riptide has represented over the years include anti-war radical actress Susan Sarandon; a campaign to exonerate Alger Hiss of spying for the Soviet Union; attacks on the American tobacco industry; and a wide range of the usual America bashing.

Now, right on cue, former President Jimmy Carter has stepped into the election observation game, claiming that voting arrangements in Florida do not meet "basic international requirements." For two decades Jimmy Carter has fancied himself as some kind of expert on election observation. In fact, his many intrusions into the elections of sovereign nations have helped to make the practice acceptable. The fact is Jimmy Carter goes into those nations with his own agenda.

That agenda is clearly revealed in his comment about "international requirements." As a former president, Carter should know that the United States is a sovereign nation that elects its own observers through local and state elections. Unlike most tinhorn dictatorships found around the world, our Republic insures that the American people are in control of their own election process, thus guaranteeing them the power to replace corrupt officials. The only place that process fails to work is in areas where government has gotten too much power and allows a demagogue like Alcee Hastings to control the process. Carter should also know that there are no "international requirements" for elections except in his personal demented vision of a world controlled by an international self-appointed elite. It should be obvious to anyone that Carter, a Democrat, has a bias against George Bush and his comments are designed to add legitimacy to the invading international monitors.

In a final point to complete the circle, the Democrat National Committee has deployed up to 25,000 lawyers to run a "voter protection program." In other words, the Democrats intend to file a massive amount of lawsuits if things don't go their way.

Foreign election monitors are pouring into our nation for one purpose; to enforce a political agenda that will affect the outcome of the election. There is nothing open, fair or non-partisan about it. The game plan is simple. The monitors will challenge poll results, the Democrats will file suit and the media will deem the election void. U.S. prestige as the shining beacon of freedom will be tarnished and our ability to govern our own elections, as we've done successfully for over 200 years, may be permanently lost.

Americans must understand now that their very liberty is at stake. None of these monitors have official standing to do anything in this nation. None should be allowed anywhere near polling places. None should be allowed to see official election documents and any local or stand election official who meets, deals or offers services to the monitors should be thrown out of office. America's election process does not belong to the international community – yet.

Tom DeWeese is the publisher/editor of The DeWeese Report and president of the American Policy Center, an activist think tank headquartered in Warrenton, VA. The Center maintains an Internet site at www.americanpolicy.org. © Tom DeWeese 2004


TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Front Page News; Government; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: alceehastings; animpeachedjudge; election; globalgovernance; hastings; monitors; napalminthemorning; observers; osce; unitednations; voterfraud
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Alcee Hastings, the new president of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, will be the man who actually appoints and assigns the group's election monitors. Hastings was a federal judge who was caught in an FBI sting in the 1980's for trying to take a $150,000 bribe. He was impeached by a Democrat-controlled Congress that voted 413-3 to oust him. The vote proves there were a lot of Democrats and a lot of fellow blacks who knew just how corrupt Hastings was. This year alone, Hastings is being investigated by both the federal and Florida state elections commissions. Bribery, kickbacks and intimidation are just a few of the tools Hastings uses to control his political fiefdom.

1 posted on 10/03/2004 9:26:31 PM PDT by FairOpinion
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To: FairOpinion

Alcee Hastings

The poster boy of the Modern Democrat Party.


2 posted on 10/03/2004 9:29:46 PM PDT by Wil H
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To: FairOpinion

The guy should be in prison. Oh, wait. He's a black Democrat. FREE PASS!


3 posted on 10/03/2004 9:30:17 PM PDT by July 4th (You need to click "Abstimmen")
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To: July 4th

The Republicans better get organized and get some people to watch the Watchers!


4 posted on 10/03/2004 9:31:09 PM PDT by FairOpinion (FIGHT TERRORISM! VOTE BUSH/CHENEY 2004.)
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To: FairOpinion
Now this is scary !!!!!!!!!
5 posted on 10/03/2004 9:31:27 PM PDT by mammer
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To: FairOpinion

Who's monitoring Alcee?


6 posted on 10/03/2004 9:31:39 PM PDT by swheats
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To: FairOpinion
Where does one start with this and end. . .it seems the fox is not only in the henhouse; he now owns it.
7 posted on 10/03/2004 9:32:44 PM PDT by cricket (Don't lose your head. . vote Republican. . .)
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To: FairOpinion

These communists are destroying this country with this fraud. We are looking like a banana republic. Dear God we must defeat everyone of these anti American Marxists before we completely lose this nation. Wake up America!!!


8 posted on 10/03/2004 9:33:57 PM PDT by ladyinred ("John Kerry reporting for spitball and typewriter duty.")
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To: cricket

We have:

Lawyer urges snowbirds to cast their votes (to help Kerry)in Florida
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1234506/posts

and this:

Campaigns begin mobilizing lawyers (Dems already filing lawsuits)
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1234511/posts

and Alcee Hastings is the one watching them!


It's time for: "BE AFRAID, AND BE VERY AFRAID" and be sure to vote for Bush. This is no time for perceived slights or making "statements" by voting for a third party candidate.
We MUST defeat the real enemy!


9 posted on 10/03/2004 9:38:27 PM PDT by FairOpinion (FIGHT TERRORISM! VOTE BUSH/CHENEY 2004.)
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To: FairOpinion
"The Republicans better get organized and get some people to watch the Watchers!"

We have had four years of warnings. . .am beginning to feel that the level of consiracy is now 'world-wide' for supporting a 'flawed-vote' scenario. . .

And should they rule against us; we will be told than in the end; it is no more than a dose of our own medicine. . .they have had fours years also, for their myth-making. . .

Be still my heart and mind. . .

10 posted on 10/03/2004 9:38:33 PM PDT by cricket (Don't lose your head. . vote Republican. . .)
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To: FairOpinion
I am going to look into the possibility of becoming an Election Monitor in my state. I challenge others to do the same. I will report on the progress that I make in this regard. If nobody stands up they'll just walk in and take over.
11 posted on 10/03/2004 9:39:37 PM PDT by KoneZone (Take off the Kid Gloves)
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To: FairOpinion; rdb3; Squantos; B4Ranch; Travis McGee; ExSoldier; mhking; Cincinatus' Wife

treason


12 posted on 10/03/2004 9:40:00 PM PDT by risk
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To: FairOpinion

Dear Mr. Hastings,

Please find out for us why inner city precincts are always the last to report in their individual states. Looking forward to your diligent response.

Sincerely,

John Q. Freeper

P.S. Holding my breath.


13 posted on 10/03/2004 9:40:06 PM PDT by concentric circles
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To: cricket

"Foreign election monitors are pouring into our nation for one purpose; to enforce a political agenda that will affect the outcome of the election. There is nothing open, fair or non-partisan about it. The game plan is simple. The monitors will challenge poll results, the Democrats will file suit and the media will deem the election void. U.S. prestige as the shining beacon of freedom will be tarnished and our ability to govern our own elections, as we've done successfully for over 200 years, may be permanently lost. "


THIS is NOT an exaggeration!


14 posted on 10/03/2004 9:40:17 PM PDT by FairOpinion (FIGHT TERRORISM! VOTE BUSH/CHENEY 2004.)
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To: nopardons; SunkenCiv

"MUST READ" PING


15 posted on 10/03/2004 9:40:56 PM PDT by FairOpinion (FIGHT TERRORISM! VOTE BUSH/CHENEY 2004.)
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To: FairOpinion
Bush in good shape in Florida

Florida GOP and rat voter turnout in 2000 and 2002

2002

2,828,288 56% GOP

2,172,702 43% RAT


2000

2,909,176 49 % GOP

2,907,451 49 % RAT

Approx. 750,000 less rats turned out in 2002 than in 2000.

Kerry is not going to do any better than Gore, a lot of people that voted Gore last time are for Bush, the same can't be said for the rats.

I guess its just a coincidence, but 2002 was the first year they used the computer voting machines.

Could it be that the stupid rats haven't figured out a way to cheat these machines yet, could that be a factor in the mystery of the disappearing dems?

After all, its a lot harder for the morons who "lose" ballot boxes or punch thousands of ballots after the polls have closed in order to put their fellow crooks over the edge to fool a computer.

W should break 3,000,000.
16 posted on 10/03/2004 9:41:43 PM PDT by Rome2000 (The ENEMY for Kerry!!!!!)
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To: FairOpinion

Why did President Bush allow this to happen - ? Strange, to say the least - and considering the people involved - it's as if Bush want's to be defeated -

Also, why isn't Congress doing something about it - ? Are they aware of the people involved?

The state department being involved isn't a surprise - but I am wondering why Powell didn't at least put an end to the one ad by Kerry that showed him - it leaves the idea that Powell is supporting Kerry -


17 posted on 10/03/2004 9:43:40 PM PDT by Pastnowfuturealpha
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To: FairOpinion
Remember the guy's that stormed the place in Florida and challenged the stealing of votes? The Opposition had the doors shut and they were in the middle of stealing the election. We need to follow in their example and really get into the middle of this to be sure it's Strait Up.
18 posted on 10/03/2004 9:44:08 PM PDT by KoneZone (This is the moment of truth.)
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To: FairOpinion
Observers Rush to Judgment in Caracas ~ WSJ.

& on FR:

Jimmy Carter might have at least counted a few ballots
By Mary Anastasia O'Grady

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Stealing Elections: How Voter Fraud Threatens our Democracy ~ John Fund

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19 posted on 10/03/2004 9:44:56 PM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: Pastnowfuturealpha
Why did President Bush allow this to happen

He for U.N

20 posted on 10/03/2004 9:45:10 PM PDT by watchout
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To: Pastnowfuturealpha

It was some Congressional Democrats who invited these people in, in the first place.


21 posted on 10/03/2004 9:47:23 PM PDT by FairOpinion (FIGHT TERRORISM! VOTE BUSH/CHENEY 2004.)
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To: FairOpinion
All it takes to disrupt the elections is the word "Fraud" Then we have to put up with world condemnation when Bush is proven to be re-elected. Then the condemnation of Americans being Nazis... The world merry-go-round does another turn.
"Oh No!...Not this sh*t again..."
22 posted on 10/03/2004 9:50:27 PM PDT by Dallas59 (Can you hear me now?)
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To: concentric circles
Please find out for us why inner city precincts are always the last to report in their individual states. Looking forward to your diligent response.

Thanks to computer voting machines those precincts can take all night to report and it won't matter.

They don't know how to cheat them.

No wonder they are pissed.

23 posted on 10/03/2004 9:51:32 PM PDT by Rome2000 (The ENEMY for Kerry!!!!!)
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To: FairOpinion
Those calling for the election monitors, like Democrat California Representative Barbara Lee, argue that the move is necessary in order to "make certain that every person's voice is heard, every person's vote is counted."

That was improperly translated from liberalease. Here's the correct translation:

make certain that every Democrat's voice is heard, every Democrat's vote is counted twice

There. That sounds right.

24 posted on 10/03/2004 9:52:55 PM PDT by RockinRight (W stands for whoop-a**!!!)
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To: FairOpinion

Okay - but there are also Republicans in Congress -

Can't they do anything anymore - ? Are they afraid of the Democrats and their crying to the media - ?

We need to clean House - and Senate - this is getting to be over the top -

just my opinion -


25 posted on 10/03/2004 9:54:55 PM PDT by Pastnowfuturealpha
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To: Pastnowfuturealpha

I don't know what possessed Colin Powell to invite them in, never mind the Dem whining.


26 posted on 10/03/2004 9:56:30 PM PDT by FairOpinion (FIGHT TERRORISM! VOTE BUSH/CHENEY 2004.)
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To: KoneZone

Well that's an idea. When you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Infiltrate from within.


27 posted on 10/03/2004 9:56:51 PM PDT by RockinRight (W stands for whoop-a**!!!)
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To: ladyinred

We've been sending more and more Republicans to Washington for twenty years. Apparently, we're sending the wrong ones. Why is it that something as simple as sovereignty has to be re-taught by the citizens to their representative government? Makes no sense--because as our government allows this to happen, they lose power.


28 posted on 10/03/2004 9:57:02 PM PDT by DC Bound
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To: watchout

I like to know why - he's gotten nothing but grief from the UN. Is he that gullible or dense where he can't figure out that the UN stands for just about anything/everything anti-America - ? And what does Cheney think of this action, I wonder -

I'm also beginning to wonder who pulls the strings in this government we have - Lifers in the State department, perhaps - ?

just my thoughts -


29 posted on 10/03/2004 10:05:58 PM PDT by Pastnowfuturealpha
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To: FairOpinion
Hastings Alcee Hastings, the new president of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, will be the man who actually appoints and assigns the group's election monitors. Hastings was a federal judge who was caught in an FBI sting in the 1980's for trying to take a $150,000 bribe. He was impeached by a Democrat-controlled Congress that voted 413-3 to oust him. The vote proves there were a lot of Democrats and a lot of fellow blacks who knew just how corrupt Hastings was. This year alone, Hastings is being investigated by both the federal and Florida state elections commissions. Bribery, kickbacks and intimidation are just a few of the tools Hastings uses to control his political fiefdom.

HEY MEDIA/PRESS ... care to get off you Fat Rear Ends and investigate this story and why in the hell of all people Hastings is in charge of this???

30 posted on 10/03/2004 10:08:03 PM PDT by Mo1 (So tell us Senator Kerry .. why do you think giving Iran nuclear fuel is a good idea ??)
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To: FairOpinion
What a shock: He's all mobbed up with the muslims.

"Other blacks in disgrace do not make the full step to conversion but become closely affiliated with the NoI, which provides them too with political and moral support."

Prominent beneficiaries include: Alcee Hastings, an impeached Federal judge;
Marion Barry, the mayor of Washington, D.C., convicted for drug-taking;
George Stallings, a Catholic priest accused of child molestation; and
Gus Savage, a U.S. congressman from Illinois charged with sexual harrassment.

Finally, some blacks in difficult straits merely dip into Islam, without developing a formal relationship; such as O.J. Simpson, who read the Qur'an while incarcerated. (December 18, 2003)

http://www.danielpipes.org/blog/140

http://www.danielpipes.org/blog/334

31 posted on 10/03/2004 10:09:00 PM PDT by sarah_f (Until a nation has embraced Islam, it is legally considered a battlefield [Dar-ul-Harb].)
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To: FairOpinion

Isn't Alcee a card carrying member of DSA, & if he is, why isn't anyone screaming about it?


32 posted on 10/03/2004 10:22:42 PM PDT by orlop9
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To: FairOpinion

Was Alcee Hastings the guy who tried to help O.J. make an escape to Mexico?


33 posted on 10/03/2004 10:37:30 PM PDT by Cinnamon Girl
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To: FairOpinion

How come the conservatives never asked for monitors during the 50+ years the Democrats were in power and ruled Ccongress? We finally get a Republican in office, and the true ideology of the masses were represented by Congress, and the librals go nuts. Is this right?


34 posted on 10/03/2004 10:37:43 PM PDT by left handed righty
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To: FairOpinion
Hastings was a federal judge who was caught in an FBI sting in the 1980's for trying to take a $150,000 bribe. He was impeached by a Democrat-controlled Congress that voted 413-3 to oust him. The vote proves there were a lot of Democrats and a lot of fellow blacks who knew just how corrupt Hastings was. This year alone, Hastings is being investigated by both the federal and Florida state elections commissions. Bribery, kickbacks and intimidation are just a few of the tools Hastings uses to control his political fiefdom.

So he is your average Democrat.

What's your point? ;-)

35 posted on 10/03/2004 10:41:47 PM PDT by Polybius
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To: FairOpinion

Doesn't Powell have a boss?

Some of this stuff is an asleep at the switch problem. These groups should never have been given the time of day, let alone placed in a position to oversee elections.

I'd like to see a lot more detail in terms of what authority they have. If they show up at my precint can they be tossed out? If they watch over my shoulder as I cast my vote what are my rights?


36 posted on 10/03/2004 11:11:07 PM PDT by Da Mav
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To: Darksheare

ping


37 posted on 10/03/2004 11:23:04 PM PDT by DJ MacWoW (Save a Democrat! Vote Republican!)
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To: FairOpinion

Perhaps we'll get the results at the end of the TERM of the new president. The rats are dirty, but the pubbies have been ignoring this for too long and let the corruption get out of hand. International monitors led by a recalled rat communist is out of hand. And now that the democrats have opened the door for lawyers, they are going full bore. LOL The laugh will be on Kerry - because win or lose the election - his buddy JOHN-CHANNEL DEAD BABIES-EDWARDS will make out like a bandit!


38 posted on 10/04/2004 12:15:39 AM PDT by Libertina (10 Little Lying MSM Networks. CBS went down, and soon there'll be none!)
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To: watchout

"Why did President Bush allow this to happen?"

Exactly. Where the Hell is the President? Why isn't he gathering these clowns up and throwing them out of the country? Why hasn't Colin Powell -- the most incompetent SOS of my lifetime -- been fired, along with 9/10ths of the "career bureaucrats" in State?

This is my major discontent with Dubya. There are times he's needed to kick @ss and take names, and hasn't done it.


39 posted on 10/04/2004 12:32:22 AM PDT by dsc
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To: FairOpinion; Joe Brower; My Favorite Headache; Luis Gonzalez
"He was impeached by a Democrat-controlled Congress that voted 413-3 to oust him. The vote proves there were a lot of Democrats and a lot of fellow blacks who knew just how corrupt Hastings was."

It was more than the plumbing.

So how did this happen?

South FL freeper and voter fraud ping.

40 posted on 10/04/2004 1:07:46 AM PDT by cyn (prayers always for Terri Schindler Schiavo, her family, and her friends.)
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To: cyn
"So how did this happen?" -- "this" = alcee getting appointed.

Sheesh, as noted above, no pretense here that the foxES (all of them leftists) propose to watch the henhouse, and make no bones about it.

41 posted on 10/04/2004 1:11:32 AM PDT by cyn (prayers always for Terri Schindler Schiavo, her family, and her friends.)
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To: FairOpinion; All
Click the picture & goto "last" for the latest on Vote Fraud:


42 posted on 10/04/2004 1:16:41 AM PDT by backhoe (Just a Keyboard Cowboy, ridin' the Trackball into the Dawn of Information...)
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To: FairOpinion
I posted this one back in August: Foreign observers to treat U.S. like a third world delinquent [Alcee Hastings in charge!]
43 posted on 10/04/2004 3:17:56 AM PDT by snopercod ("I'm so proud to be a part of this great mass deception" --Frank Zappa)
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To: FairOpinion

Massive voter registrations rife with fraud - the Dems are playing this hard on the ground where it counts - at the polls.

We can sit here and debate all we want, but I'm afraid the Dems are getting it done.

I've got this disquieting feeling that Kerry has a pretty good chance of getting in.


44 posted on 10/04/2004 3:35:00 AM PDT by P.O.E. (John Kerry: The" you're rubber and I'm glue" candidate.)
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To: FairOpinion

I think reps should appoint their own monitors, plus have camcorders at all polling places.


45 posted on 10/04/2004 4:29:18 AM PDT by tkathy (There will be no world peace until all thuggocracies are gone from the earth.)
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To: tkathy

First thing that needs to happen is for people like Rush and Hannity to start calling these people what they are; Marxists. That would bring out the MSM en masse criticizing the right.

Once that is done, the public will get to see these people for what they really are. The way to beat back marxism is to publicize it and fight it head on.

Lies cannot win out over truth, unless allowed to.



46 posted on 10/04/2004 4:52:00 AM PDT by EQAndyBuzz (Control the information given to society and you control society.)
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To: FairOpinion
He even looks a little like a third-world dictator!

Alcee is a sterling example of why we should be allowed to revoke U.S. citizenship from those who don't appreciate it.

47 posted on 10/04/2004 5:06:33 AM PDT by TonyRo76 (American by birth. Patriot by choice. Christian by grace.)
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To: FairOpinion

Thank you for another sterling decision, Colin Powell.


48 posted on 10/04/2004 5:42:12 AM PDT by finnigan2
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To: FairOpinion

Americans must understand now that their very liberty is at stake. None of these monitors have official standing to do anything in this nation. None should be allowed anywhere near polling places. None should be allowed to see official election documents and any local or stand election official who meets, deals or offers services to the monitors should be thrown out of office. America's election process does not belong to the international community...


Agreed. It's unlikely that these "monitors" will show up in my small-town polling place. If they do, they will be harassed and interfered with. I would encourage others to do so as well.

49 posted on 10/04/2004 8:23:21 AM PDT by EdReform (Free Republic - helping to keep our country a free republic. Thank you for your financial support!)
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50 posted on 10/04/2004 10:22:23 AM PDT by tang-soo (Prophecy of the Seventy Weeks - Read Daniel Chapter 9)
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