Monday, June 15, 2009

Recounting Election Fraud


I
n case you even care about this kinda crap. I try and pretend I don't, but I do (otherwise why would I even be writing about this right?), and sometimes I hate that. You can stand in one of four places when it comes to the subject of politics...


(a) You deeply care and get involved, because the decisions of others affect your life.

(b) You kinda care and kinda get involved, because you are mostly in control of your life.

(c) You are above it and don't get involved, because you are in complete control of your life, and are handling the issues within it.

(d) You are a homeless schizophrenic and don't even know what I'm talking about cause your not even reading this.



(a) People can be as annoying and dogmatic as a religious person trying to convert you. Yet, (a) people are indispensable and unbeknownst to (b), (c), and (d) people, they are the ones keeping government from becoming totally fascist and tyrannical. Furthermore, in the arena of politics (b), (c), and (d) people are the slackers, while (a) people pick up their slack.

(b) People are walking the fence between realizing that the laws they live by are being decided for them, and pretending that it won't affect their lives in any significant way. They're often described as being balanced, and "Having a good head on their shoulders".

(c) People may have a 30,000ft. view of the world. They artistically see the bigger picture. They realize that it's all temporary and have faith that "it's all part of a greater good", but run the risk of living in denial. OR they are wealthy beyond your wildest dreams, live in the Netherlands area of the world and can bankrupt (a), (b), and (c)'s banks if they wanted to. They also run the risk of living in denial. (d) people usually don't have bank accounts.

(d) People are self sufficient, totally live by their own rules, and often their own reality. Therefore their own government. They have Facebrook & myspace friends, but for real. They are also able to hear built in sound effects and soundtracks. (a), (b), and (c) people strive to be like them, but are shy to admit it so they cloak the act of talking to themselves by wearing a Bluetooth.




(a) People are still reading this and are thinking of ways to critique what I've written so far in the comments section.

(b) People are thinking about going to another web page, but are wondering if I'm on to something.

(c) People if they're still reading this (which I doubt), are thinking of ways to cheer me up, but don't realize that I'm already happy.

(d) People are writing this...



(a) People will know what all this jargon means. (b),(c), & (d) will have trouble understanding this section in descending order.)
Bush narrowly "won" the November 7 election, with 271 electoral votes to Gore's 266 (with one elector abstaining in the official tally). The election was noteworthy for a controversy over the awarding of Florida's 25 electoral votes, the subsequent recount process in that state, and the unusual event of the winning candidate having received fewer popular votes than the runner-up. It was the closest election since 1876. On January 6, 2001, a joint session of Congress met to certify the electoral vote. Twenty members of the House of Representatives, most of them Democratic members of the Congressional Black Caucus, rose one-by-one to file objections to the electoral votes of Florida. However, according to an 1877 law, any such objection had to be sponsored by both a representative and a senator. No senator would co-sponsor these objections, deferring to the Supreme Court's ruling. Therefore, Gore, who was presiding in his capacity as President of the Senate, ruled each of these objections out of order.


(Everyone understands pictures and motion pictures.)
This film is how we do revolution, but nine years after the fact.



While all this was happening the vast majority of America was watching it on T.V.



RECOUNT
is a 2009 film about these events:



An election was stolen in year 2000, in the U.S. and Americans didn't do anything about it. It seems that people in other countries care more whether or not they are being deceived by their government. So we must be a people comprised mostly of (b)'s, (c)'s, and (d)'s.

When people in Terhan, Iran suspected voter fraud they flipped the f**k out! Men and women alike were being (a)'s.

Links to what I'm talking about:
http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2009/06/irans_disputed_election.html
Terhanlive.org: http://tehranlive.org/




Terhanlive.org: http://tehranlive.org/
http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2009/06/irans_disputed_election.html

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