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CNN.com - Judge bars challengers at Ohio polls - Nov 1, 2004

CNN.com - Judge bars challengers at Ohio polls - Nov 1, 2004Judge bars challengers at Ohio polls
State GOP says it will appeal ruling
Monday, November 1, 2004 Posted: 11:41 AM EST (1641 GMT)



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CINCINNATI, Ohio (CNN) -- A federal judge Monday barred political party challengers from questioning Ohio voters' registrations at the polls on Election Day.

The state Republican Party immediately said it would challenge the judge's ruling in hopes of having the order overturned in time for Tuesday's election in Ohio, an important battleground state that could throw the presidential contest either way. (Showdown state Ohio, Electoral College explainer)

Polls show President Bush and his Democratic rival Sen. John Kerry virtually tied. Ohio is among six battleground states showing voters almost evenly split in a CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll released Sunday (CNN.com Poll Tracker, opinion poll figures)

The Republican Party has said it wants its challengers at polls to prevent voter fraud, as allowed by state law.

Following a rare Sunday night hearing on the issue, U.S. District Judge Susan J. Dlott said that allowing inexperienced challengers to question voters' registrations at the polls would disrupt the election process.

According to the judge's ruling, Republicans in Ohio filed "for hundreds of challengers to be physically present in the polling places in order to challenge voters' eligibility."


 

Salon.com News | NASA photo analyst: Bush wore a device during debate


NASA photo analyst: Bush wore a device during debate
Physicist says imaging techniques prove the president's bulge was not caused by wrinkled clothing.

Salon.com News | NASA photo analyst: Bush wore a device during debate
Oct. 29, 2004 | George W. Bush tried to laugh off the bulge. "I don't know what that is," he said on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday, referring to the infamous protrusion beneath his jacket during the presidential debates. "I'm embarrassed to say it's a poorly tailored shirt."

Dr. Robert M. Nelson, however, was not laughing. He knew the president was not telling the truth. And Nelson is neither conspiracy theorist nor midnight blogger. He's a senior research scientist for NASA and for Caltech's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and an international authority on image analysis. Currently he's engrossed in analyzing digital photos of Saturn's moon Titan, determining its shape, whether it contains craters or canyons.


 

Is Bush Wired?

Is Bush Wired?
The Dark Side of the Moon
A NASA senior research physicist, who's an international authority on planetary topographical image analysis, has been spending his nights analyzing the topography of Bush's back in the first debate. He tells Salon the obvious, that a wrinkle couldn't possibly have produced the bulge. What he can't explain, I suppose, is why the rest of the press, with the honorable exception of CNN's Paula Zahn, is abdicating its ethical responsibility to report this story, leaving it to Salon and to bloggers. It makes me feel sick for my profession. Anyway, look at the pictures the analyst sharpened for the clearest view yet of all the president's wires.

Update 10/31: I feel even sicker after reading Dave Lindorff's comprehensive update at MotherJones.com reporting, among other things, how the NASA scientist, Robert M. Nelson, was rebuffed when he offered his analysis to major newspapers (The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and The Washington Post). Nelson has now analyzed Bush's ever-evolving back bulge from all three debates, and tells MotherJones.com, "In the first debate the bulges create the impression of a letter T with a small feature which appears similar to a wire under the jacket running upward from the right. In the second and third debates the jacket has a generally padded shape across a large part of the entire back which tapers inward toward the spine in a downward direction. This is consistent with the hypothesis that a pad was inserted to conceal the T-shaped device seen in the first debate."

 

Spy pro's take on Bush bulge

Spy pro's take on Bush bulge
Spy pro's take on Bush bulge
David Lazarus

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The Internet, as it will, has been buzzing for weeks about that mysterious bulge under President Bush's jacket during his first debate with Sen. John Kerry. Was it an electronic receiver? Was Bush being coached via a hidden earpiece?

The president finally responded to the speculation this week by insisting that the bulge was in no way an electronic device. "I'm embarrassed to say it's a poorly tailored shirt," he told a TV interviewer.

Jason Woodside, owner of San Francisco's International Spy Shop, the Bay Area's sole purveyor of espionage and counterespionage gear, could only shake his head when told of Bush's explanation.

"A poorly tailored shirt," he said. "It's possible. But it looks like a wireless induction system. It looks like this."

Woodside held up a picture of a small, rectangular receiver, about the same size as the device Bush is alleged to have worn. It comes with an antenna that's looped around the neck and a wireless earpiece.

"We sold one like this just two weeks ago," Woodside said. "It's easy to set up, fast. Costs about $1,500."

Whether or not the president was actually wearing such a getup -- and it's a theory that's failed to get much traction beyond the blog squad -- Bush's bulge highlights the nervous nature of Woodside's business.

In this line of work, companies routinely spy on employees. Husbands and wives spy on philandering spouses. Parents spy on potentially abusive nannies.

Woodside, 30, a former private investigator, inhabits a decidedly paranoid world.

"I live in the real world," he retorted.

To prove his point, Woodside opened his laptop computer and called up a map of the region. A small blip could be seen moving at 45 miles per hour along Highway 1 near Santa Cruz.

Woodside explained that a client had instructed him to attach a global- positioning-system transceiver to the family car. The client was suspicious about his wife's activities while he was at work.

"I've been following her for a few weeks now," Woodside said as, unbeknownst to the woman behind the wheel, her car's movements were tracked via satellite. "We learned where she goes, the hotels where she stops."

So her husband was right.

"He was right," Woodside agreed, adding that it's now up to the client whether he wants to go the next step and have the International Spy Shop provide photographic evidence confirming his wife's extracurricular activities.

Woodside, a self-professed "gadget guy," started his business in 1999 at a South-of-Market location. As sales steadily increased, he moved last year to a higher-profile venue near Fisherman's Wharf.

The serious surveillance stuff still accounts for about 80 percent of revenue, Woodside said. But with tourists now coming through the door every day, he's added a snack bar and T-shirts, and a rack selling spy toys for kids.

Paraphernalia from James Bond movies can be found throughout the store. Soft jazz plays in the background.

Inside the glass cases are exotica such as a picture frame containing a hidden camera that sells for $549, and a motion-activated camera tucked inside a clock radio that goes for $1,500.

There's a 180,000-volt stun gun masquerading as a cell phone that sells for $150, and a pen-size bug detector going for $259.

"Look at this," Woodside said, holding up what appeared to be an ordinary pager. "It will vibrate if you get close to a listening device. It's for executives."

Along these lines, he said the International Spy Shop routinely sends teams to Bay Area companies, hotels and homes to sweep for bugs and other surveillance devices. A sweep of 2,000 square feet or less will cost about $3, 500.

Woodside won't say how much his business pulls down each year. "That's confidential," he insisted. He will acknowledge, though, that the firm is profitable.

As for Bush's bulge, conspiracy theorists point to the president's strange declaration of "let me finish" in the middle of a debate answer, while he still had plenty of time to speak. Was he in fact responding to a voice in his ear?

Bush had been discussing the quality of intelligence he received on Iraq but got sidetracked with criticism of Kerry's purported position changes on the war.

I replayed the moment online. It is a little weird how the "let me finish" line pops out as Bush stammers during his remarks. But he could just as easily have been responding to some distraction at the event.

Meanwhile, Georges de Paris, who has been tailoring suits for every president since Lyndon Johnson, obligingly demonstrated for the Hill newspaper in Washington how the jacket Bush was wearing could have gotten bunched up in the back.

"The same thing will happen anytime you cross your arms like Bush did," he was quoted as saying. "It causes the back of the jacket to pucker along the seam."

Woodside isn't so sure. He pointed at a picture from the debate, in which the material of the president's jacket appears taut and unpuckered.

"Here's the receiver," Woodside said, tracing the outline of the rectangular bulge on Bush's back. "Here's the antenna," he said, moving his finger along what appears to be a line from the bulge to Bush's right shoulder.

Woodside nodded to himself. "My gut tells me he's got something on him."

Could it have come from Woodside's own store?

"I sell them," he replied. "But I don't think there's any relation between what I've sold and what the president is wearing."

Woodside smiled enigmatically.

"But what do I know?" he said.


 

t r u t h o u t - Marjorie Cohn | Bush and Bin Laden

t r u t h o u t - Marjorie Cohn | Bush and Bin Laden
Tuesday 02 November 2004

To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public.
- Theodore Roosevelt, May 7, 1918
George W. Bush was shocked, shocked, that John Kerry raised political questions in response to Osama bin Laden's cameo election appearance on Al Jazeera television. Yet Bush surrounded himself at a campaign stop in Manchester, N.H. with victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks, and repeated his mantra that the nation was forever changed by September 11th. Is Bush correct when he makes those statements? Will historians some day look back on September 11, 2001, as a pivot point in U.S., or even world history? Or is Bush the politician using that dark day to maneuver himself into a second term in the White House?

Whether we like to admit it or not, the havoc that Bin Laden wrought on 9/11 has been squarely at the center of the national discourse for the past three years, and indeed, of this election campaign. Americans remain frightened of another attack, even though Bin Laden lives in a cave half way around the world. The level of fear in this country seems disproportional to the threat. Bin Laden has no air force and no navy. He controls a relatively small, ragtag army. Yet, he and his handful of suicide bombers have so terrified the country with the most powerful military in the history of the world, that fear of him seems to dominate our political landscape.

So, is George W. Bush truly focused on protecting the U.S. from Bin Laden? A few days after the 9/11 attacks, Bush assured us he would hunt down Bin Laden and get him "dead or alive." But a short five months later, Bush had become preoccupied with invading Iraq, a country that had never attacked the United States, and posed no threat to us.

Bush no longer had Bin Laden in his sights. In March 2002, Bush said: "So I don't know where he is ... Nor - you know, I just don't spend that much time on him really, to be honest with you. I... I truly am not that concerned about him." Lacking any hard evidence that Saddam Hussein played a role in the 9/11 attacks, Bush nevertheless insisted the war on terrorism was centered in Iraq. Out of sight, out of mind.

Much to Bush's chagrin, Bin Laden re-took the world stage four days before the U.S. election. The Bush administration spent half a day trying to convince Al Jazeera and the Qatar government to keep the videotape of Bin Laden off the air.

Sitting there demurely, the white-robed terrorist calmly discussed our election on television sets from Maine to California. His very presence emphasized Bush's failure to keep his pledge to take Bin Laden dead or alive. Bin Laden seemed intent on humiliating Bush. He said that, by continuing to sit in a classroom as a girl read about a goat when the twin towers were hit, Bush left 50,000 of his people in the towers "to face those events by themselves when they were in the most urgent need of their leader."

Bin Laden also seemed intent on discrediting Bush. He said Bush is distorting and misleading the American people, obscuring the reasons underlying the 9/11 attacks. Bin Laden cited "Bush's claims that we hate freedom." If that's true, Bin Laden asked, why didn't we hit Sweden?

Bin Laden stated the motives for his evil deeds: U.S. support for Israel's oppression of the Palestinians, and Israel's 1982 attack on Lebanon. He bemoaned the killing of Iraqi children, and accused Bush of removing Saddam Hussein from power for the purpose of stealing Iraq's oil. Bin Laden drew an analogy between Bush's regime and the corrupt Arab regimes, recalling the first President Bush's cozy relationship with the Saudi royal family. Bin Laden argued that the Patriot Act has brought tyranny and suppression of freedom to the United States.

Finally, Bin Laden said our security is not in the hands of Kerry or Bush or Al Qaeda. "Your security is in your own hands," he said. "Any nation that does not attack us will not be attacked." Bin Laden told us how to avoid another attack: Lay off my people. Not mindful of the wise old adage, "know thy enemy," however, Bush responded by saying we "will not be intimidated or influenced by an enemy of our country."

Appealing to the American people instead of the U.S. government, Bin Laden challenged Americans to challenge the policies that oppress people in the Muslim world. The Spaniards accepted a similar challenge, when, days after suspected Al Qaeda followers blew up commuter trains in Madrid, the people in Spain went to the polls and unseated the leaders who had taken their troops into Iraq. The newly elected government pulled the Spanish soldiers out of Iraq shortly thereafter.

Why does Bin Laden seem intent on humiliating Bush? At the heart of Bin Laden's grievances is revulsion at the humiliation of Arabs and Muslims. Bin Laden has undoubtedly seen the photograph of the elderly Iraqi woman, leashed and made to crawl on the floor like a dog. He has likely seen, as well, the picture of a mound of naked Iraqis being mocked by U.S. soldiers. And he probably is aware of Staff Sgt. Ivan "Chip" Frederick's response when asked last week why he abused an Iraqi man: "just to humiliate him."

Bush and Bin Laden have mutually empowered each other since 9/11. By attacking the United States on Bush's watch, Bin Laden handed Bush the perpetual weapon of fear-mongering to hold over the heads of the American people. And by invading Iraq, Bush all but invited Al Qaeda to enter Iraq and wage jihad against the U.S. invaders. For this, George W. Bush and Osama bin Laden will be inextricably linked in the history books.

Whoever wins the election on November 2, we have our work cut out for us.



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Marjorie Cohn, a contributing editor to t r u t h o u t, is a professor at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, executive vice president of the National Lawyers Guild, and the U.S. representative to the executive committee of the American Association of Jurists.

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I'm Ashamed of Kevin Costner

I've always like Kevin Costner's movies, but, I must admit that I was ashamed of his appearance on Bill Mahrer's REAL TIME on HBO. He was defending George Bush and Ann Coulter, and claimed he didn't know who he would be voting for, and characterized the two candidates as both very intelligent men.

Sorry Kevin, but given your appearance, I will have to think long and hard about patronizing your next film.

 

Capitol Hill Blue: Go Ahead. Waste Your Time and Vote

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NORMALLY, I AM 100 PERCENT BEHIND DOUG THOMPSON'S RANTS...BUT
ON THIS ONE...WE HAVE TO VOTE...WE CANNOT STAND FOUR MORE YEARS
OF THE IDIOT BUSHY....( LAURA CALLS HIM BUSHY)..THAT SAID...I FIND MYSELF AGREEING WITH THE ARTICLE IN MOST WAYS!
Capitol Hill Blue: Go Ahead. Waste Your Time and Vote

Go Ahead. Waste Your Time and Vote
By DOUG THOMPSON
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It's time to make up your mind and vote.
You've analyzed all the issues, studied the candidates, calculated which one - if any - will make a difference in your life and you're ready to go into the voting booth on Tuesday and exercise your democratic right to vote.

Go ahead. Vote. Waste your time. It won't make a bit of difference.

Excuse my cynicism but only a blithering idiot can possibly believe it will make one ounce of difference if we replace one son of privilege with another at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue or if one corrupt political party replaces another in the leadership of Congress.

Voting is a sham, an exercise in deception designed to perpetuate the myth that an average American has any say in how this country is governed or what happens to you and me in the future.

Replacing George W. Bush with John Kerry won't change how things are done in Washington. Kerry will still be stuck with a war in Iraq that we can't win, a economy that rises and falls on its own and a Congress that would rather stall in bitter partisan gridlock than do anything to deal with the real issues that face this nation.

If Democrats take control of the House or Senate or both, the margin will still be razor thin and the minority party, be it Republican or Democrat, will still be able to deadlock Congress.

The answer to this nation's ills won't be found in replacing one set of political hacks for another. It doesn't matter which party controls the White House or Congress as long as both parties put their own interests above that of the nation.

America's current system of government is a bloated, aging, belching sow - laid low by decades of corruption, deceit and inaction. The sow is non-partisan, willing to wallow in the mud under a Democratic or Republican flag. It exists only to feed on the gullibility of Americans.

The problems that face America are many; the corruption eats at the guts of our society, destroying it like a cancer.

Continuing to live with that cancer is not an option. It must be eradicated, cut out of the body politic before the body dies.

You can't fix it in the voting booth. You can't eradicate it by continuing to support a political system that thrives on it.

The only answer is change - radical change of the system that continues to deliver a corrupt government run by corrupt men and women elected by a flawed system.

America is no longer the beautiful. We are no longer the land of the free and the brave are dying in a far-off land because a inadequate system of government allowed a incompetent man to wage war for false reasons.

Sadly, the vote you cast tomorrow won't change any of that. It won't restore beauty to this once-great land. It won't restore freedom and it won't stop the carnage in Iraq.

The faces may change but the problems remain. Anybody who thinks their vote changes that left their brain outside before they entered the polling booth.



 

The Fallibility of Voter Polls

I saw a New York Times/CBS poll, which breaks down the percentage of people in different demographic groups who are for Bush or Kerry. It broke the groups down with respect to income, religion, race, gender, education...etc..

According to this poll, taking together the different groups I belong to, I should be almost , FOR SURE, 99.9999 for BUSH.

Anyone reading this blog for one day, will know how laughable that notion is...and my vote has already been cast for Kerry for President and libertarians for everything else.

So, don't necessarily believe in the reliablity of the polls you see and how much Bush is ahead.

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