Thursday, September 29, 2005

The Lie and How They Told It

In the news today the U.S. Attorney General's Office argued that widespread evidence of voter fraud in Ohio during the 2004 Presidential election should not be released. Among the evidence are computer files, videotape surveillance footage and still photos of election officials doing shocking things.

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, arguing that the evidence should be withheld from the public, said, "Releasing this material will merely make people believe less in democracy. Letting them know their votes do not count is the last thing the Bush White House wants for the American people."

2 Comments:

Blogger CLD said...

Was that another of your parodies... or did he really say that our votes don't count?

5:58 AM  
Blogger George said...

If you can't tell, I have done my job.

And since I have done my job, they will now come and take me away to Abu Ghraib.

9:28 AM  

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