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VIDEO the VOTE - because the MSM won't

In 2000 and 2004, problems plagued the polls in different parts of the country: long lines, eligible voters turned away, voter intimidation, misallocation and malfunctioning of voting equipment. They were underreported on Election Day.

Days and weeks later, a more complete picture of voter disenfranchisement emerged—but it was too late. The elections were over and the media had moved on.

Starting this election, citizen journalists—people like you and I—will document problems as they occur. We'll play them online, spread word through blogs and partner websites, doing our part to make sure the full story of our elections is told.
As the saying goes - if you really want it done, DO IT YOURSELF!

Thanks, Brasscheck


At Thursday, October 26, 2006, Blogger 89blue said...

Does anyone actually believe there's a point to voting these days? I guess as long as the illusion of choice is there, people are happy. I would have thought you'd become an anarchist by now qrswave considering how you very well know that no matter who is in office, things don’t change much.

At Thursday, October 26, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

i hear you.

However, most people need to see to believe.

filming the flaws in the system makes it painfully obvious to anyone with eyes that it's a farce.

At Thursday, October 26, 2006, Blogger Brook said...

It would be nice for people to know that who they vote for is who goes into office.

Unfortunately who they are voting for is the problem. Not the validity of the vote.

So yeah I'm glad everyone is working so hard to get us fair voting systems, although I think we should go back to paper ballot. But while everyone is spending so much time on making sure that they get who they voted for, elections still appear to go like this:

Zionist Puppet A
Zionist Puppet B

It's just horribly to think that Zionist Puppet B would get into office when in truth, more people voted for Zionist Puppet A.


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