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If the media is liberal, why aren't they all over this?

Reported by Chrish - March 8, 2005

Fox News and its employees like to call themselves fair and balanced, contrasting themselves to the "liberal media elite". We here in the reality-based world recognize that they promote a warped perspective and the mainstream media is centrist; it is Fox who is immoderate and way to the right.

Regardless, all have dropped the ball on what should be an enormous story. Thanks to the diligent work of Brad Friedman ( www.bradblog.com ) and the courageous testimony of Clint Curtis himself the truth about vote-rigging in Florida is coming out.

It is a shocking story involving former (2000) Florida House Speaker Tom Feeney, (currently US Rep for Florida's 24th district, "The Reaganest Republican"); a mysterious "suicide" by Raymond Lemme, of the Florida Inspector General's office; lies from the Valdosta GA police department investigating the crime scene, and the sworn testimony that Tom Feeney approached Clint Curtis requesting "vote-flipping" software for the 2000 election.

Read the unfolding expose of this outrageous scandal at www.bradblog.com , and contact the media to demand coverage. They know about this story, have conducted interviews and received documentation themselves, yet sit on it.

CBS News apparently discourages feedback.

Contact your Senators and Representative and demand an investigation.
U.S. Senate
U. S. House of Representatives

You can also go to www.velvetrevolution.us "Divestiture for Democracy" and email the nine voting machine companies to demand they do the right thing for OUR democracy. It only takes 30 seconds to contact all nine. Pass it on!

The mainstream media doesn't have to fear that the right-wing machine will come after it to kill it. They just need to remain silent and intimidated, and we will witness their slow inevitable suicide. Brilliant, really.

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