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Yes, once again, the magical, secret vote counting computers have counted more votes than were cast by the voters, and the computers were so efficient that they magically counted more votes than could have been cast even if every registered voter had voted.

Wait, I thought that the computers counted so well that all of our voting problems would be fixed by using them to count our votes. Imagine Bush, Cheney, and the New World Order crowd smiling like the Grinch and laughing sinisterly every time that they hear that our voting problems have been fixed. Why? Well, things are fixed now, just not the way that any honest American would expect.

Read the coverage by Broward-Palm Beach New Times reporter Edmund Newton at http://www.browardpalmbeach.com/2008-02-21/news/incredible-turnout/

For information about action being taken in Florida, Texas, and Ohio to make sure that our votes are counted accurately, see Project Vote Count www.ProjectVoteCount.com If you live in another state and want to help make sure that the votes are counted accurately there, too, please send us an email, and we will help coordinate citizen exit poll efforts in your state.

For more election news that you didn’t hear about from the corporate media cartel or all of those organizations which claim that they are looking out for your rights, see Project Vote Count’s Election News http://www.projectvotecount.com/ElectionNews.aspx

To see the Zogby poll showing that 92% of Americans are concerned about allowing votes to be counted in secret and other important information about voting, go to Project Vote Count’s FAQ page http://www.projectvotecount.com/faq.aspx

To stay informed, sign up for Project Vote Count’s email list at www.ProjectVoteCount.com

Everyone knows that the people are supposed to be able to peacefully remove bad leaders through elections, but what if those who control the machines, and their secret vote count, want bad leaders in power? Is there another way that citizens can prevent abuse of power without resorting to violence?

Yes, there is or was another way to hold our governors accountable without resorting to violence. A few of you may already know about this, but if not, I’m sure that you’ll want to find out about the other civil check on government abuse of power that our Founders provided for us. If so, read What Happens When the People Lose the Power to Control Government and What You Can Do to Take the Power Back? http://www.opednews.com/articles/opedne_mark_ada_080204_what_happens_when_th.htm

If you care about the safety of your family, read this article now, and send it to all of your contacts today. Now is the time for action!

 

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