March 24, 2005
Election Reform Town Hall Meeting
King County Councilwoman Julia Patterson is holding an "Election Reform Town Hall Meeting" featuring herself, Dean Logan and Secretary of State Sam Reed.
Thursday, March 31
Kent City Hall, 220 4th Ave S.
“The integrity of the elections process is at the heart of our democracy,” said Patterson.
Julia Patterson, Dean Logan and Sam Reed are three of the people who have talked the most about improving the integrity of the process. But their actions fail to inspire my confidence, anyway. I plan to attend this meeting. Please join me. Bring your hard-hitting questions and comments, and pose them with impeccable courtesy.
Posted by Stefan Sharkansky at March 24, 2005
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A judge was just hung in effegy from a bridge in Tacoma, above highway 512.
I drove under it about a half hour ago.
2. Hate crime or free speech?
Huckleberry - that is easy:
Republican - free speech
Progressive - Hate crime
Republicans and progressives are the same thing.
Your correct. It is easy.
Republicans-Progressives: Hate crime
Liberals-Regressives: Free speech
I know you are ashamed to be called a liberal, since you all have made it a dirty word. You will do the same thing with the word progressive too. It's just semantics, you are all mentally disturbed.
5. Rebel - let's not get into name calling. My reference was the party affiliation of the person hanged. I was also using the "normal" use of these words, realizing that the status quo is what the dems are advocating.
Apologies. However one persons facts is another persons name calling.
Accepted, though you didn't have too much of a basis ("one persons facts") to diagnose me as mentally disturbed.
8. That's just great...
Election Reform starring:
1) Weird Al Yankovich (Logan)
2) Junior for HeeHaw (Patterson)
3) Mr. Rogers (Reed)
9. Listening to an audio of their full responses would be very painful to the ears from any of these three politicians especially Ms. Julia. The questions in full then selective sound bites of their responses would be much better.
Go and ask the hard hitting questions??? AGAIN???
Hah! I can think of better things to do with my time, than spend it with 3 proponents of election fraud!
ACK! I couldn't stomach being in the same room with them! As far as I'm concerned, any valid *hard* questions asked - will be met with condescending replies - and will be analyzed for future spin...
Why show them our cards? They know what they've done. They've practiced their excuses! Everything is scripted....
Why play their game?
Some of these stories re:the election are starting to take on a staleness. It is time to take the discovery to the big dance. March madness is in the air - Bring it on to the courts with the avalanche of evidence !
Let's hear more about actions taken as a result of the public outcry for a Federal investigation of King County Election practices - The Secretary of State should also be implicated in any sort of investigation, since he could have done alot more than he did - to put it mildly. I understand that the six Republican Council members of King County have written and signed a letter to the US Marshall asking for an investigation, as reported on KTTH - 770 on the Mike Siegel show earlier this week and discussed by Stefan on Tuesday morning.