[ExI] I hope this is hysterical nonsense

Damien Broderick thespike at satx.rr.com
Sun Sep 14 07:24:15 UTC 2008

You Can Do To Prevent Another Stolen Election

There's really only one way to prevent another stolen race, and 
that's to focus national attention on the revelations of 
whistle-blower Stephen Spoonamore, who's lately been revealing all we 
need to know about the Bush regime's conspiracy to rig the vote from 
2000 to the present. Spoonamore knows all the principals in this 
conspiracy, has been dealing with them for some time, and has a trove 
of emails, etc., to back up what he says.

There have been several other whistle-blowers on this front, but none 
is as compelling as he is--not just because he knows about the whole 
plot overall, but also because he is (a) a Republican, (b) an 
erstwhile member of the McCain campaign (he quit some months ago, 
when he discovered what they have planned) and (c) a prominent and 
well-respected expert on computer fraud. Detection of such fraud is, 
in fact, his specialty.

Spoonamore has named the man who was Karl Rove's IT guru from 2000 
until sometime last year: Mike Connell, a pro-life zealot who told 
Spoonamore that he had helped the Bush regime subvert elections "to 
save the babies." (The actual nuts and bolts of the election fraud 
machinery are largely in the hands of Christianist fanatics, who have 
done whatever Karl Rove asked them to.) Connell's fingerprints are 
thick on every dubious election of the last eight years--not just the 
presidential races, but Gov. Don Siegelman's stolen re-election in 
Alabama in '02, Sen. Max Cleland's in Georgia that same year, and many others.

Spoonamore's testimony is the driving force behind a RICO lawsuit in 
Ohio. The lawyers handling it--Cliff Arnebeck and Bob Fitrakis--are 
terrific, and they have a game plan that provides us with some hope. 
They intend to order depositions of Karl Rove, Connell, Jack 
Abramoff, Bob Ney and all the other major perpetrators of 
Bush/Cheney's (and McPalin's) fraud. Since this is a civil case, 
those guys can't weasel out of it (cf. Paula Jones); and in any case 
a number of them (including Connell, whom Rove has lately threatened 
with reprisals if he doesn't take the rap) want to testify. Also, the 
judge happens to be highly principled, which is a godsend.

So the best thing we can do is help to spread the word about what 
Spoonamore knows, first of all, and, no less, to get those 
depositions out there once they're taken.

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