Who Really Won?

Wednesday, November 24, 2004

The Latest from the For What It's Worth Dept.

Reports flowing in from around the country Thursday of massive widespread vote fraud in the 2004 General Elections has people in Washington very nervous, according to confidential sources. “People are trying to pretend nothing is at hand,” said one source, “but everyone knows something is afoot and that the lid is blowing off this thing.”

“I’m not going down with them,” said one Republican high-official who asked not to be named. “This thing is very, very serious and I cannot see them getting away with it. There’s no way in hell I am going to be charged with violating the constitution. Even the President has to know he is not above the law of the land.

Seems like he learned nothing from Nixon. The things that have been done to keep Kerry out of the White House, and Democrats out of office is bigger than Watergate. That’s why I’m talking now. I am not going to prison on this - but I bet you many people we all know are.”

“I was tipped off by a person very high up in television that this news has been locked down tight,” she said, “and that there will be no TV coverage of the real problems with voting on November 2nd. Even journalists are pretty horrified.” Reports concerning the lack of reporting on the massive fraud is coming from journalists from the Washington Post, The New York Times, Newsweek, CNN, CBS, ABC, FOX. To date, only MSNBC has been providing limited coverage of the growing scandals. The Boston Globe is reported to be now conducting an investigation of voter fraud.

“My source said they’ve also been forbidden to talk about it even on their own time,” Harris said. “He was calling from somewhere else and trying to figure out how to get the real news out on vote fraud.” Reporters however, have been keeping track of the suppression of the news - called “blackouts."

“Yes, I am keeping detailed notes,” said one Washington Post reporter, “and there are more of us. Most of us are Generation X types sick and tired of Baby Boomer-types who seem to have learned nothing from their radical 1960s days. It makes me sick to watch these fat and glorified hippies close their eyes and ears to what is happening now. We’re supposed to sit around and gawk at how they battled Nixon and Vietnam, and yet they can’t get off their fat asses and take on Bush? What losers! You should see them, sitting in their secret conference meetings cowering like little girls. What a joke. They’ve lost so much respect I don’t think they even are aware of what is really happening. Time is not on their side though, and I can’t see many of us being there for them when they retire. That day is the day I celebrate the end of that whole generation of losers.”