Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Election fraud is the new black

Greg Palast reports on the suspiciously large number of spoiled and blank votes in the Mexican election. The pro-Bush candidate squeaked in with just 36.38% of the vote, barely one percentage point more than the opposition. Strangely enough, ChoicePoint Inc. -- the same company that helped purge Florida's voting rolls of Democrat voters -- was involved in the Mexican election as well, apparently paid for by the US Republican Party. Must be one of those coincidences, hey?

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