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Third World Election

A Zimbabwe politician was quoted as saying children should study the U.S. election event closely because it shows that election fraud is not only a third world phenomenon. He illustrated his point by saying:

"Imagine that we read of an election occurring anywhere in the third world in which the self-declared winner was the son of the former prime minister and that former prime minister was, himself, the former head of that nation's secret police (the CIA).

"Imagine the self-declared winner lost the popular vote but won based on some old colonial holdover from the nation's pre-democracy past [the Electoral College].

"Imagine that the self-declared winner's 'victory' turned on disputed votes cast in a province governed by his brother.

"Imagine that the poorly drafted ballots of one district, a district heavily favoring the self-declared winner's opponent, led thousands of voters to vote for the wrong candidate.

"None of us would deem such an election to be representative of anything other than the self-declared winner's will to power. All of us, I imagine, would wearily turn the page thinking that it was another sad tale of pitiful pre- or anti-democracy peoples in some strange, faraway elsewhere."
 

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GeorgeDumbyaBush said:
Third World Election

A Zimbabwe politician was quoted as saying children should study the U.S. election event closely because it shows that election fraud is not only a third world phenomenon. He illustrated his point by saying:

"Imagine that we read of an election occurring anywhere in the third world in which the self-declared winner was the son of the former prime minister and that former prime minister was, himself, the former head of that nation's secret police (the CIA).

"Imagine the self-declared winner lost the popular vote but won based on some old colonial holdover from the nation's pre-democracy past [the Electoral College].

"Imagine that the self-declared winner's 'victory' turned on disputed votes cast in a province governed by his brother.

"Imagine that the poorly drafted ballots of one district, a district heavily favoring the self-declared winner's opponent, led thousands of voters to vote for the wrong candidate.

"None of us would deem such an election to be representative of anything other than the self-declared winner's will to power. All of us, I imagine, would wearily turn the page thinking that it was another sad tale of pitiful pre- or anti-democracy peoples in some strange, faraway elsewhere."
Dude do you have a source for that? I think im going to use it in a project but i need a reliable source....
 
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Herophant said:
Dude do you have a source for that? I think im going to use it in a project but i need a reliable source....
http://supak.com/bush.htm

also a book entitled:
Supreme Injustice: How the High Court Hijacked Election 2000 by Alan M. Dershowitz
 

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Originally Posted by GeorgeDumbyaBush:
"Imagine that the self-declared winner's 'victory' turned on disputed votes cast in a province governed by his brother.
Imagine that God saw all this take place and decided to send the Bush family a little message.

 
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Excellent Picture, but I find it untruthful because I happen to not believe in a God(surprise, surprise).
 

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i'm sorry comrade brian.

hey, i wonder if there is any treasure under the X?
 

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Originally posted by t125eagle:
hey, i wonder if there is any treasure under the X?
Yeah, there is. Its the condom Dumbya's dad didn't use.
 
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