Monday, December 24, 2007

Where to begin?

Democracy Now:
    AMY GOODMAN: They’re not talking about these issues now.

    HARVEY WASSERMAN: No, they’re not at all. And, you know, Jennifer Brunner, we have to give her a lot of credit. The biggest opposition we got to pointing out that the 2004 election was stolen has come from the Democrats, because—who knows? I can’t even begin to psychoanalyze them.

    But the 2004 election was stolen. There is absolutely no doubt about it. A 6.7% shift in exit polls does not happen by chance. And, you know, so finally, we have irrefutable confirmation that what we were saying was true and that every piece of the puzzle in the Ohio 2004 election was flawed.
Those of you who wonder why I'm still defending John Kerry more than three years after the 2004 election need look no further than that bolded comment. It's hard enough to live with the knowledge that election theft was responsible for the second term of George Bush, and to think of who should have been president instead, and what might have been accomplished. But to have been forced to listen for all those 3+ years - and counting - to democrats blaming the election loss on Kerry is the bitterest pill of all, and the most brutally unfair.

Thanks to ray of light over at the DU John Kerry group.

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