Skip to comments.Author-activist claims Bush stole 2004 election (Could be a standing headline)
Posted on 11/08/2005 12:59:06 PM PST by wilco200
EXETER - Several local community action groups, including Democracy for New Hampshire, the Seacoast Progressive Alliance and True Majority sponsored a civic action event at Phillips Exeter Academy on Sunday.
The main speaker was award-winning author and nationally recognized environmental and election-protection activist Harvey Wasserman.
"It may sound corny but I feel people should try to leave the world a better place than what they saw when they came in," said Herb Moyer, one of the events primary organizers. "I believe in fairness, I believe in keeping our environment healthy, I believe that people should be actively engaged in keeping our government honest, keeping their country safe and doing things that are right."
Moyer said that he feels the country has entered a very serious period of time.
"We have the war in Iraq, a vice president who is desperately trying to convince the U.S. Senate not to pass a bill that would outlaw torture, and we have lots of people who have lots of evidence that elections are being stolen left and right, especially in the swing state of Ohio, which is the subject of Mr. Wassermanns speech," said Moyer.
After a few songs by local entertainer and activist Charlie Proux, a few speeches by officials of sponsoring groups, Harvey Wasserman took the stage to address the attendees of well over 100 people.
Once known for his fiery rhetoric, Wasserman at this particular event was not only calm and deliberate in choosing his words but also very entertaining. This atmosphere was supplemented by the exuberant presence of his 6-year-old daughter, who not only seemed to be everywhere but also brought a chuckle at times from the audience.
Wasserman started out talking about the Seabrook nuclear power plant and his involvement with the Clamshell Alliance.
"Anyone who tells you that the Clamshell Alliance didnt succeed in stopping Seabrook doesnt take into account that it was never finished," he said. "When you see pictures of the station with the two domes, you have to realize that one of them is just a rusting hull that was never completed and consequently never used all because of the efforts of the people who marched, and sang, and sat in."
The main topic of the afternoon was the presidential election of 2004. Wasserman claims that through a series of events orchestrated by the Republican Party, the providers of electronic voting machines, the news media and President Bush himself, the Ohio election was stolen, and Bush should not occupy the White House.
Specifically Wasserman stated that: "Party members and Republicans thwarted smooth election procedures in heavily Democratic precincts that would have gone for Kerry.
"Inner-circle Bush supporters provided the electronic voting machines used, and even tampered with results by pre-programming," he said. "A Bush relative who worked for a major news outlet made calls to other media people late into the night to discourage early results, thereby questioning Kerrys lead."
President Bush was in Ohio the day of the election and had a direct hand in the whole operation."
At the completion of the hour-and-a-half speech, Wasserman and his direct supporters manned a table dispensing literature and offering several of his 11 authored books for sale, including his latest, "How the GOP Stole Americas 2004 Election & is Rigging 2008."
Although most audience members agreed with the text of the speech, a few doubted the extent of a conspiracy.
"The election was definitely stolen, and Bush was never elected by the people of America, but I doubt how organized and up the ladder the conspiracy goes," was one comment made by an unidentified member of the audience.
Even the moonbats think this guy is a moonbat.
If he want to make the world a better place, he should leave now.
In other words, this is the first time anyone outside his immediate family has ever heard of him.
"Moyer said that he feels the country has entered a very serious period of time."
Ya, it's electing Republicans.
Both were fresh from attending the Vermont Secession congress.
They never get tired of this krap...it just eases their mental illness...no wonder they never have jobs (other than being activists paid by Soros)because with such pre-existing conditions it would be tough to get hired.
I believe in bumper sticker philosophy.
The heavily democrat precincts still went for Kerry. And in case this idiot is unaware, it is the Democrats that manage the election procedures in democrat precincts.
"aw geez, not this sh!t again!" moment
So, you'll condem the Florida Supreme Court usurping the state constitution to give Gore more time to manufacture votes, right?
One hopes that she didn't inherit his idiocy.
Free Press Senior Editor and "Superpower of Peace" columnist Harvey Wasserman is also senior advisor to Greenpeace USA and the Nuclear Information & Resource Service. He is author or co-author of six books, including four on nuclear power and renewable energy, and two histories of the United States.
Harvey's journalistic writings and columns have appeared in major newspapers and magazines worldwide. He has worked as a radio talk show host and has appeared on several hundred radio and TV programs over the years. He has also spoken to several hundred campus and citizen gatherings for peace, justice and environmental sanity, and is a member of the National Writers Union, Local 1981 of the United Auto Workers.
Harvey's first demonstration (for civil rights) was in 1962, as a junior at Eastmoor High School. After graduating from the University of Michigan in 1967, Harvey helped found the legendary anti-war Liberation News Service, which in 1968 moved to the Montague (Massachusetts) Farm, still in operation (under the stewardship of the Peacemaker Community) as one of the longest-standing organic communal farms in US history.
It goes on, but like a case of the "squirts".
"TEN MORE DOLLARS! Just send me TEN MORE DOLLARS and I can prove election fraud! I KNOW I can!"
You've got the wrong Freeper...
Wait, I get it..
I wasn't aim'n for ANY Freeper. It was the person in the article that stated he believed in fairness , no?
I agree with this guy...and it's why I don't vote for democrats...they fail just about across the board on these points.