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Musings of a database designer, right-wing constitutional anarchist and overly idealistic schmuck.

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Friday, October 29, 2004

About the Election

Who do we blame for the missing explosives in Iraq? How about a U.N. official,
whose job is endangered, deliberately trying to break a story about explosives
unaccounted for for YEARS, suggesting it was a recent event. How about the New
York Times, who did *very* little research on the story before trying to make it
sound like 360+ tons of munitions (out of at least 600,000 tons found so far)
disappeared recently, when in fact much of it it very well may have disappeared before American troops even arrived! How about CBS News, still unrepentant after Rathergate, planning to spring this as a Sunday surprise 36 hours before election day, before the lid got blown off it.

Most importantly, how about John Kerry who- in desperate, reckless opportunism-
calls this a case of mass incompetence, in doing so besmirching the job our troops are
doing in Iraq. After all, Bush isn't physically on site; our troops are. If he is
claiming operational incompetence, it is not OUR TROOPS that Kerry is defiling??
Does anybody really think this guy could possibly be respected as Commander-in-Chief?

And, as a last point, you might want to read this Iraqi's thoughts on our election. If The Imperial News Media and blatant voter fraud puts Kerry in the White House, watch the celebration by the thugs, murderers and terrorists in Fallujah and other snake pits. Are those the people we want to make happy?


Saturday, October 23, 2004

My call on the election

Bush will win, but it will be close. The only reason it will be close because of the massive amount of fraudulent Democrat voting that will occur based on voter registrations obtained with money (and even crack cocaine!). Votes will be forged wholesale by leftists justifying their actions based on the 2000 election. The Republican party is nowhere near ready for the scale of this activity this time around.

Why do leftists always have to try to justify their deceit rather than be honest about it? Is it too late to get the purple dye used to stain thumbs in Afganistan, so we can bring our elections up to Third World standards?

IMPORTANT LINK! *********** Stolen Honor ************


Sunday, October 10, 2004

Afgans do democracy proud (wrinkles and all)

Despite threats of violence and hours-long lines, millions of Afgans voted the other day for the first time in their lives. (If only American appreciated the right to vote so much!) This is a historic acheivement for a people who have suffered too long. Sure, there were some wrinkles (make sure you've got the right ink, people!), but I'm certainly convinced the election was more fair than the vast majority of truly democratic elections. Heck, the U.S.- with historical cases of ballot stuffing and dead people voting alphabetically- has a far worse history of fairness before the middle of the 20th century.

Ironically, this set up an interesting scenario. I think the American government should, after the process is done, recruit among the Afgan election workers to go to Iraq as election consultants to help in the upcoming January elections. These people know how to do it, obviously are not easily intimidated, and what better image to give the world than Muslim helping Muslim to vote?

Hats off to Bush and his whole team that made this possible for a deserving people!