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Dog Skin Report: Bush's 'Incredible' Vote Tallies

Dog Skin Report

Bush's 'Incredible' Vote Tallies

Friends,

The body of evidence has turned from a trickle to a torrent, as the linked piece below shows. Unlike the Time cover making the rounds, we aren't screwed, we were screwed.

We were screwed when we laid down in 2000. The moment we let the banana republicans steal the election without protest, we became a banana republic. And so the screwing we received last week should really have come as no suprise.

Shock? The fact that Jeb Bush might be a partisan? That he might fix an election?

Shock? That Republicans might appoint token blacks to high office while simultaneously disenfranchising those same people?

Shock?

It's time for the shock to wear off. Put your panties back on and start fighting back. I can't speak for you, but this is one bitch who's been raped for the last time.

Bush's Incredible Vote Tallies
By Sam Parry
November 9, 2004

George W. Bush's vote tallies, especially in the key state of Florida, are so statistically stunning that they border on the unbelievable.

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