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Fraud by Latuff2 Fraud by Latuff2
Remember Florida 2000?
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Cosmic--Chaos Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Way to go for that crook to ruin the world twice :X
waddlesART Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2010
Now this is a funny one
gemini523 Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2004  Hobbyist Artist
im in florida and yes i remember last and this election hmmmm . anyhow , some have told me it was cause of the republicans trying to get back at the democrats for winning the election that wouldve given bush senior a second term . interesting to think about . idk though .
coxi Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2004
well the sad thing is that it really seems that the majority of the americans who've voted in the states have chosen bush not kerry.

but your drawing up there kicks ass man ! :nod:
ShaynaMaideleh Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2004
Actully, Kerry got the popular votes for the citizens, but the senetars voted for who they wanted, and Bush got their votes...he probably paid them off...
kaitlinlara Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2004
To quote my idol, Ms. Ani Difranco...
"Because take away our Playstations
and we are a third world nation
under the thumb of some blue blood royal son
who stole the oval office and that phony election
i mean
it don't take a weatherman
to look around and see the weather
Jeb said he'd deliver Florida, folks
and boy did he ever"
breakerbball Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2004   Writer
i bet he really did that to win the election
great another 4 years for an idiot to control our lives
ColeenDanger Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2004  Hobbyist Photographer
Republican voter fraud more prominent than Democratic voter that's a joke...

In the 2000 election, there were 14,000 voters in New York that had dual registrations, most of which were in Florida, and in June of 2002, the Washington Post reported, duplicate voter registration and other voter fraud in 11 states after the 2000 election where over 140,000 persons had been eligible to vote in at least 2 jurisdictions.

For its Aug. 22 edition, the New York Daily News compared Florida's and Gotham's voter rolls. It discovered 45,882 voters who appear to be registered in both places. They are 68 percent Democrat and 12 percent Republican, while 16 percent chose no party. Between 400 and 1,000 of them voted twice in at least one election. This federal offense carries up to a $10,000 fine and five years behind bars. One couple allegedly voted in person in Brooklyn and absentee in Miami in 1996 and 1998. When the News called for comment, a man said, "I'm not here today," then hung up the phone.

GOP activist Shelley Hayner and 11 volunteers audited the votes in Dona Ana County, New Mexico. Among other glitches, they discovered that 5,509 absentee ballots were submitted with signatures, yet 6,456 were counted in the November 2000 final, official tally. When journalist Federico Almarez asked Denise Lamb in the secretary of state's office to explain these 947 phantom votes, she blamed "administrative lapses."

Albert Gore won New Mexico by 366 votes.

if you want more....i have more facts to present....or you could just ignore them like the media chooses to....
Doubtful-Della Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2004  Professional Photographer
simple truths make for great humor
sand-creek Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2004
great work! :D
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