March 19, 2007
Sick and tired of getting half-truths
Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Patrick Leahy is "sick and tired of getting half-truths" about the fired U.S. Attorneys. Tell me about it.
Meanwhile, I'm told John McKay said this on the Mike Siegel Show, May 26, 2005:
The Federal Government has an important historic role in elections ... if there's a Federal crime in the election - if there's bribery, if there's extortion, if there is ballot stuffing - then, if it involves a Federal election, the Federal Government's involved. So that's the basic outline of where we are. But the bottom line is if there is a crime, somebody goes to jail.
That's certainly the right sentiment.
Is it "ballot stuffing" when election officials toss hundreds of ineligible votes into the do-count pile, and then cover it up and prevent that information from being presented in court during a trial about the election? I'm just asking.
Posted by Stefan Sharkansky at March 19, 2007
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1. Stefan -- saw your comments featured on Powerline. Awesome.
Amen Stefan! Great work.
No sign of Ballot stuffing......My Ass!
10% of all Ballots being overwritten.......BS ?
Third count is a charm?
Need a new set of glasses John McKay?
3. The word is "Federal". Our problem was with a state governor. Sort of like the meaning of "is".
4. Stefan- do you think there might be a silver lining here and there could actually be an investigation into the gubernatorial election in connection with McKay's non-pursuit of the matter and his subsequent firing?
5. Stefan- do you think there might be a silver lining here and there could actually be an investigation into the gubernatorial election in connection with McKay's non-pursuit of the matter and his subsequent firing?
Let's just all join the Democrat Party. This has become a totally one party state - basically conservatives have NO voice. As the saying goes, if you can't beat 'em, join 'em!!
At least conservatives joining the Democratic Party, would make Democrats more moderate.
It is evident that McKay talks out of both sides of his mouth and lives by the creedo of the left - Don't do as I do, do as I say !
Good editorial on Power Line !
The answer to your question is HELL YES!
I believe it is also ballotbox stuffing when you have more votes than voters.
I also believe it is ballotbox UNSTUFFING when you have less votes than voters.
All this was clearly documented in that election...and much more.
Who remembers that Mike Siegal interview????
They must be taking Co-Q10 or some other memory enhancer. I need to get me some of whatever they are taking.
I actually vaguely remember listening to that interview. Great idea to get other tapes & quotes by McKay.
9. facts? investigations? i'll just wait for McKay's book. everyone writes one these days.
10. Welcome back, Mr. Cynical. Keep on posting, please!!
Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Patrick Leahy is "sick and tired of getting half-truths" about the fired U.S. Attorneys.
Maybe Leahy should stop talking to himself so much...
12. Stefan, if the Seattle office of the U.S. Attorney were to now file voter fraud charges it would certainly change the headlines in our town as well as across the USA. But, the "R's" seem to be satisfied with going out on the field with a softball when the other team is playing hardball.
DOJ documents are posted at http://judiciary.house.gov/
I randomly went to look at one and coincidentally it began with letters of requests for John McKay to look into the 2004 ballot irregularities:
I only looked at two files, but there seemed to be a bit of redundancy - it seemed as if they were posting email chains with everyones copy.
Your link contains a lot of revealing information about John McKays refusal to investigate the 2004 election fraud. Bob Edlemans dialogue with McKay in 2004 and 2005 shows McKays clear resistance to even "begin" an investigation. I'm wondering if he ever did direct his office to perform a preliminary investigation as he now states he did? The EFF's correspondence states that several requests for investigation were denied by McKay....No mention of a preliminary investigation having been performed by McKay's office.