If It Walks Like A Duck, and Quacks Like A Duck….

It seems that I generated a fair bit of controversy by posting my opinion that the election was possibly rigged (judging from the comments left, and the emails I’ve received).

So, naturally, I’ve decided to stir the pot further by posting the following:

Regarding the bizarre discrepancies between the exit polls and the results–In states with a paper trail for the voting, exit polls were within a margin of error of the actual results:

However, In states without any backup method of tracking votes (i.e. the Diebold states), exit polls were wildly inaccurate, and usually pointed to Kerry doing better than the actual results:

Again, as I said in the comments of my last post….maybe not a smoking gun, but I’m definately smelling primer and propellant.

6 Replies to “If It Walks Like A Duck, and Quacks Like A Duck….”

  1. Yeah, the place I was linking to was having bandwidth problems, so they changed linking permissions. So, I copied the images to my own server. You should be able to see them now.

  2. If you didn’t hear this, here’s a link to a discussion of “electronic voting’s report card” for this past election as discussed on yesterdays Talk of the Nation on NPR, which I’m sure you’ll find interesting.

    D.

  3. If we were a third world country, after the problems with the election 4 years ago, there would have been a lot of ‘observers’ in place during this election from some powerful, democratic, capitalistic nation :).

  4. Sad thing is a dozen Democrats requested UN observers for this election, but the Republicans, led by Steve Buyer (R-Ind.), added an amendment to the 2005 foreign aid bill which barred any funds going to the UN if they monitored our elections.

    When Corrine Brown (D-Fla.) protested, and accused the Republicans have having stolen the last election, she was ruled out of order, her comments stricken from the record.

    Read the Washington Post story here.

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