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Expert: Plan To Steal The Election

By- Suzie-Q @ 10:20 PM MST

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SPOONAMORE REVEALS THE PLAN TO STEAL THE NEXT ELECTION

Here, in this shattering new interview, Stephen Spoonamore goes into harrowing detail about the Bush regime’s election fraud, past, present and–if we don’t spread the word right now–to come. Since he’s the only whistle-blower out there who knows the perps themselves, and how they operate, we have to send this new piece far and wide.

Here Spoon tells us that McBush’s team–i.e., Karl Rove and his henchpersons– have their plan in place to steal this next election: by 51.2% of the popular vote, and three electoral votes.
He also talks about the major role played by the Christianist far right in the electronic rigging of the vote.
And he defines our electronic voting system as a major threat to US national security, calling for it to be junked ASAP, in favor of hand-counted paper ballots.
Since Spoon is a Republican and erstwhile McCain supporter, as well as a noted specialist in nosing out computer fraud, his testimony is essential–not only for its expertise, but, no less, for the impact that his views will surely have on those Republicans who have been loath to see what Bush & Co. has done to our election system.
That whole story’s just about to break. In fact, tomorrow there will be a number of articles appearing, on a recent breakthrough in the lawsuit that Spoon’s testimony has enabled, and on other aspects of that all-important case.
MCM
9/26/08: New Spoonamore Interview – E-voting Machines are a National Security Threat
Last week, VR interviewed GOP Cyber security expert Stephen Spoonamore about the upcoming election and his testimony in the new Ohio litigation to take depositions of Karl Rove and others.
The video is posted in full below with ten short clips for You Tube viewing. This interview is so important and explosive that we urge everyone to watch it.
Spoonamore says that the GOP wanted e-voting to steal elections but now foreign governments will be hacking and the winner will be determined by the best hackers. He says that if the GOP wins the hacking competition, McCain will win 51.2 percent with three electoral votes over Obama, and it will be a stolen election.
Spoon also makes a crucial point about the people who have been implicated in much of the election theft: “They are religious extremists.” He names those who know about stolen elections, and he insists that the only way to protect this election is with paper ballots, hand-counted.

Check out this extraordinary interview here.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyByZx5GEaw It’s a network, people.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YadsHqxid8I Electronic voting machines are a national security threat.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbxuXC4QlMk The genie is out of the bottleŠ.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOHkY7sJ4ZI Fifty ways to steal an election.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1–KHOo8tkM Mike Connell: Bush IT Guru
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJHmuG8d2bQ The Rapp Family: Ohio election cover-up.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z7DK3LgiOA Evangelicals and voting machines.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WTe8ppEIic Paper ballots please.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lrFkRHrRDI McCain/Palin will win by theft.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s07oi2G_K4c People should doubt the vote, it’s being stolen.

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By- Suzie-Q @ 9:40 PM MST

In this Oct. 25, 2005 file photo, Assistant U.S. Attorney Nora Dannehy speaks to reporters outside U.S. District Court in New Haven, Conn. Attorney General Michael Mukasey appointed, Dannehy, a career prosecutor, to direct the probe a prosecutor Monday, Sept. 29, 2008, to pursue possible criminal charges against Republicans who were involved in the controversial firings of U.S. attorneys. (AP Photo/Bob Child, File)

In this Oct. 25, 2005 file photo, Assistant U.S. Attorney Nora Dannehy speaks to reporters outside U.S. District Court in New Haven, Conn. Attorney General Michael Mukasey appointed, Dannehy, a career prosecutor, to direct the probe a prosecutor Monday, Sept. 29, 2008, to pursue possible criminal charges against Republicans who were involved in the controversial firings of U.S. attorneys. (AP Photo/Bob Child, File)

Special Prosecutor Named To Investigate Firings Of US Attorneys

LAURIE KELLMAN and MARK SHERMAN | September 29, 2008 09:36 PM EST | AP

WASHINGTON — Attorney General Michael Mukasey named a prosecutor Monday to investigate whether former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, other Bush administration officials or Republicans in Congress should face criminal charges in the firings of nine U.S. attorneys.

The launching of a criminal inquiry follows the recommendation of internal Justice Department investigators who concluded that, despite denials of the administration, political considerations played a part in the firings of as many as four of the federal prosecutors.

In their 358-page report, investigators said the lack of cooperation by senior officials at the White House and in the Justice Department left gaps in their findings that should be investigated further.

“Serious allegations involving potential criminal conduct have not been fully investigated or resolved,” the report said, listing lying to investigators, obstruction of justice and wire fraud among the potential felony crimes.

Mukasey’s appointment of Nora Dannehy, the acting U.S. attorney in Connecticut, to continue the inquiry leaves open the possibility that it won’t be finished before President Bush leaves office in January.

Senators of both parties who led a congressional probe of the firings praised Mukasey’s decision and cautioned Bush against pardoning anyone as he leaves the White House.

“The American people will see any misuse of the pardon power or any grant of clemency or immunity to those from his administration involved in the U.S. attorney firing scandal as an admission of wrongdoing,” said Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt.

The report unsparingly criticized Bush administration officials, Republican members of Congress and their aides for the ousters, which touched off a scandal that stripped the Justice Department of its leadership and sparked a historic showdown in court.

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Obama’s New Parachute Ad

By- Suzie-Q @ 5:45 PM MST

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By- Suzie-Q @ 12:45 PM MST

After Taking Credit For Bailout Bill, Is McCain Campaign Willing To Share Responsibility For Its Failure?

Think Progress- By Amanda Terkel at 2:48 pm

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) hasn’t been involved in the deep negotiations over details of the bailout bill. In fact, he was largely silent during a meeting with President Bush and top congressional leaders. As the AP reported, the one role that both Democrats and Republicans alike were counting on McCain to play was to “deliver GOP votes” for the bailout bill.

Over the past week, McCain’s (R-AZ) campaign has already been to touting the senator’s success and casting his role as pivotal to bringing the parties together. His supporters have hit the airwaves, giving McCain credit for negotiating a deal:

[T]his bill would not have been agreed to had it not been for John McCain. … But, you know, this is a bipartisan accomplishment, a bipartisan success. And if people want to get something done in Washington, they just watch John McCain.” — Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, 9/29/08

“Earlier in the week, when Senator McCain came back to Washington, there had been no deal reached. … What Senator McCain was able to do was to help bring all the parties to the table, including the House Republicans.” — Senior adviser Steve Schmidt, 9/28/08

“But here are the facts, and I’m not overselling anything. The fact is that the House Republicans were not in the mix at all. John didn’t phone this one in. He came and actually did something. … You can’t phone something like this in. Thank God John came back.” — Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), 9/28/08

“Before John McCain suspended his campaign yesterday, the situation that we’re looking at today looked very different then. After he showed leadership and called for bipartisanship, for us to partisanship aside and tackle this solution head on, here we are.” — Spokesman Tucker Bounds, 9/25/08

However, today Republicans failed to deliver the 70-100 votes needed from conservatives for the deal to pass. On the Republican side, 133 lawmakers voted against the bill; just 65 voted for it.

If the McCain campaign was willing to take credit for the success of the bill, does McCain also deserve credit for its failure?

Update Josh Marshall writes, “If McCain doesn’t suspend his campaign again soon — it may be time to panic.”
UpdateCNN’s Ed Henry commented, that the McCain campaign is going to try to “run away” from the fact that this failed.
UpdateOn MSNBC, Chris Matthews faulted McCain’s leadership, arguing that McCain called “charge” while the Republicans “retreated.”

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Afternoon Jukebox… Money For Nothing

By- Suzie-Q @ 12:44 PM MST


Dire Straits – Money For Nothing

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Rep Kaptur: We Must Stop All Enemies, Foreign And Domestic!

GEF @ 3:38 PM ET

Sounds Like Insider Trading To Me! Rep Kaptur

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House Has Defeated $700B Bailout

By- Suzie-Q @ 11:15 AM MST

House defeats $700B financial markets bailout

By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS, Associated Press Writer 1 minute ago

WASHINGTON – The House on Monday defeated a $700 billion emergency rescue package, ignoring urgent pleas from President Bush and bipartisan congressional leaders to quickly bail out the staggering financial industry.

Stocks plummeting on Wall Street even before the 228-205 vote to reject the bill was announced on the House floor.

When the critical vote was tallied, too few members of the House were willing to support the unpopular measure with elections just five weeks away. Ample no votes came from both the Democratic and Republican sides of the aisle.

Bush and a host of leading congressional figures had implored the lawmakers to pass the legislation despite howls of protest from their constituents back home.

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Congresswoman: Criminal Insiders Behind Bailout Bill

posted @ 17:50 BST

Rep. Kaptur: Normal legislative process has been shut down, high financial crimes committed, Republican Michael Burgess says “martial law” has been announced

Paul Joseph Watson | Prison Planet | Monday, September 29, 2008

Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur boldly slammed the bailout bill this past weekend as the work of criminal insiders who have shut down the normal legislative process to commit “high financial crimes” and defraud the American people, while Rep. Michael Burgess warns that “martial law” has been declared.

The two Congress members are part of a growing minority of representatives sounding the alarm about the dictatorial nature of the bailout bill, which is expected to be up for a vote in the House today, with most in Congress having not had the opportunity to even read the legislation.

The bill is expected to reach the Senate on Wednesday as a raft of outraged politicians cry foul about being strong-armed and accused of being unpatriotic for opposing the carte-blanche passage of a piece of legislation that fundamentally centralizes control of the financial infrastructure of the country into the hands of the government and the Federal Reserve. (more…)

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Obama/Biden Detroit Rally Draws 30,000+ (PHOTOS)

By- Suzie-Q @ 8:40 AM MST

(The next President and Vice President of the United States of America.)

PHOTOS – Obama Detroit Rally Draws 30,000+

Mon Sep 29, 2008 at 03:57:53 AM PDT

Cross-posted at Eclectablog.

Senators Barack Obama and Joe Biden held a rally in Detroit yesterday, appearing with their wives in front of the Detroit Library.  According to Wayne County Sheriff Warren Evans, the event was attended by 28,000 with several thousand more waiting outside the gates.

PHOTOS

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CBS Has More But What Is It?

By- Suzie-Q @ 8:30 AM MST

What Does CBS Have?

Mon Sep 29, 2008 at 07:05:11 AM PDT

Buried near the end of today’s column from Howard Kurtz, where he is talking about Sarah Palin’s disastrous interview with Katie Couric, was this interesting tidbit:

And the worst may be yet to come for Palin; sources say CBS has two more responses on tape that will likely prove embarrassing.

Given the excruciatingly bad answers she gave on Alaska’s proximity to Russia giving her foreign policy experience, or her take on the $700 billion bailout, it’s hard to believe that there’s anything worse…isn’t it? But the important question is, what is CBS waiting for? Why haven’t they aired the entire tape?

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