Thursday, February 08, 2007

Why do I keep thinking about OHIO?

The New Secretary of State of Ohio just ordered an Audit of Kenneth Blackwell, the infamous Republican Secretary of State who reputedly "fixed" the 2004 presidential election in Ohio, where by George Bush was able to scrounge the neccessary Electoral
College votes to claim victory. Kenneth was running for Governor and played a pretty nasty race with sexual allegations against the Democrat, Ted Strickland. Besides the dirty politics, as Secretary of State, he controled the machinery of the election as well.
There was some last minute jockying with the voter elegibility rules that were seen as blatant attempts to manipulate the vote. The Republican Party collapse and the voters disgust with him and his tactics gauranteed his loss. Now he is being audited for illegal use of public funds. We knew there was a lot going on behind that sanctimonious Christian facade. Unfortunately, behind the facade, when the votes came in were 5 shredders running for a week shredding all of his records. This was revealed by workers in the office this week after the audit was declared.
Michael Vu the Election Director of Cuyahoga County resigned today after two employees were convicted of tampering with election results in the 2004 election recount teo weeks ago.
Slowly, the circle of guilt and responsibility close in on the perpetrators of one of the greatest tradegies in American History...the conspiracy that enabled George Walker Bush to steal the presidency twice and hijack America.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

OHIO 2004: 6.15% Kerry-Bush vote-switch found in probability study

Defining the vote outcome probabilities of wrong-precinct voting has revealed, in a sample of 166,953 votes (1 of every 34 Ohio votes), the Kerry-Bush margin changes 6.15% when the population is sorted by probable outcomes of wrong-precinct voting.

The Kerry to Bush 6.15% vote-switch differential is seen when the large sample is sorted by probability a Kerry wrong-precinct vote counts for Bush. When the same large voter sample is sorted by the probability Kerry votes count for third-party candidates, Kerry votes are instead equal in both subsets.

Read the revised article with graphs of new findings:

The 2004 Ohio Presidential Election: Cuyahoga County Analysis
How Kerry Votes Were Switched to Bush Votes