Our voice wasn't heard in 2000. Going to the mainstream press didn't help. We need to keep track of "any and all" complaints this year...including Ms. Oliphant's behavior in Broward during the primaries, McAuliffe's promise to flood the polling places with DNC lawyers, every press story that calls McBride opinion "news" (that should fill an encyclopedia).
Every "outrage" we see in the newsmedia daily needs to be catalogued and archived, because if we find it offensive, it is far more newsworthy and reliable than a paranoid voter's fantasy that a police car parked far from a voting place was part of a Bush scheme to prevent minorities from voting. That "complaint" made the international news, Mary Frances Berry's report for the Congressional Record and will go down in history as an example of Republican "racism"...unless we can take back our public air waves, our schools, our elections, our country.