keep this in the news bump, everyplace we can get this out translates to gains for the GOP senate candidate.
Fan the flames, as the expression goes.
posted on 10/23/2002 9:19:53 AM PDT
Cut and paste this into your To: box in your email or the Bcc: field if you want each email to look individual. let the networks know this bias is unacceptable
TalkBack@CNN.com; Reliable@CNN.com; NewsNight@cnn.com; email@example.com; InsidePolitics@CNN.com; ConnieChungTonight@CNN.com; Dateline@nbc.com; MTP@nbc.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
The last few weeks have had several stories about voter fraud, but I haven't seen any specials on your program about it. Why? This has nationwide ramifications.
You've had: Double voting in New York and Florida
Illegal voters crossing into Wisconsin
A report from WTMJ in Wisconsin showing mentally
handicapped people being bribed to vote.
Illegal voting on the indian reservations of South Dakota
In the 2000 elections, your programs made a great fuss about the "disenfranchisement" of the people, but now you are letting these stories just pass as though they were of no great worry. Several states in the 2000 election were decided by less than 1,000 votes. These stories show that the American people are having their will diluted and perhaps overturned by voter fraud.
Because most of this voter fraud seems to favor the Democrats, I can only infer your silence as confirmation of "bias" that has been the topic of so many recent books.
Please look into this more closely to see how widespread this is.
posted on 10/23/2002 9:55:29 AM PDT
Bump for that!
posted on 10/23/2002 10:25:27 AM PDT
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