Mayor stole A thru I
This massive campaign, an “investment” of those who would split up the take, used telemarketing to contact every one of the 470,000 voters in Denver, and this telephone sales campaign identified the gullible and feeble minded, and then stayed in touch with those 50,000 or so suckers until they returned their mail-in ballots, going to their door to pick up the ballot when necessary!
420,000 voted no or were so discouraged they didn’t vote at all. 420,000 out of 470,000! The Mayor has perfected this technique, and now it is glorified in your very biased coverage of the campaign.
In the past one of our daily newspapers would have spoken out about this obvious manipulation. But now that there is no real competition between the papers, the people have lost their watchdog. I think that is the reason for the declining circulation of both papers.
Denver citizens need to organize now to prevent the next assault. We need an early warning system, a citizens grassroots network that can spot these efforts as they begin and mount an organized campaign to see that the election truly reflect the will of the majority of Denver citizens.
Those who are concerned are invited to join
I am one of the 420,000 that voted No out of 470,000 votes cast according to John Wren. I don't understand the math; however, it affords me the opportunity to attach my sentiment removed from the subject matter:
It is with some regret I violate the subject matter; however, a significant event is on the horizon:
W. Bush must notice the chaos resulting from a President declaring an event of significant nature leading to emergency rule:
So we call on all "Peace Pledge" Democrats to honor their pledges by voting NO.
A new study by Democrats themselves puts the economic cost of the Iraq occupation at $1.6 TRILLION, or $21,000 per family. Every single penny has been wasted - not to mention the human cost to Americans and Iraqis and global hatred of the USA.
Why would Democrats want to give Bush one penny more?
All Congress has to do is Just Say No and refuse to provide any new funds, and tell Bush to use existing funds to bring all our troops safely home. Bush has plenty of money - besides all previous Iraq funds, Bush just signed a Pentagon bill with a $40 billion increase.
Tell your Representatives: No More Funds for Iraq
Deliver the same message on the phone: 202-224-3121
And send a message Democrats cannot ignore by joining the Democratic Donor Strike against the DCCC and DSCC.
Don't forget to tell them to vote "no" on illegal immigrants, welfare recipients, and all the other unconstitutional wastes that the federal government has no constitutional authority.Posted by on November 14, 2007 05:07 PM
I love stupid letter writers like Wren, they help me understand the defective Repuke mind...Posted by on November 14, 2007 08:07 PM
Pile Hick's A-Z alphabet of tax hikes on top of Ritter's proposed tax hikes needed to rescue his already bankrupt budget and pile that on top of our Ref C tax hike and we are just getting started. Charlie Rangle needs at least $1 trillion in tax hikes to fix the AMT problem (a tax hike needed to fix a tax hike) and Hillary needs $1 trillion in tax hikes--just for starters--needed for socialized medicine and a bond/retirement scheme and the coming avalanche of huge numbers begins to get interesting. And of course BO is ready to fix SS with a tax hike that will also require billions more in tax hikes to make college available to everyone in the USA.
Pile all of that on top of our $7 trillion 40-year War on Poverty (we are still bogged down in a quagmire with the same old problems without an exit startegy) and we really start to cook.
And now that crude oil is pushing $100 p/b and we have a corn for oil progam that is inflating all food costs, America better hurry to make reservations for a cabin with runnining water and indoor plumbing on Tobacco Road because the Dems are in the process of inflicting The Grapes of Wrath on us taxpayers. Better make your reservations today at your local soup kitchen for Thanksgiving dinner, I hear that they are running out of turkeys.
If you voted demo for change, then change is what you are going to get--a pocket full of nickles and dimes left over for you, the taxpayer.Posted by Hank on November 15, 2007 05:49 AM
Hank: Peruse my civil comment: I am an Independent; I would vote for Ron Paul; however,just like the other Republican aspirants, he, also, wears a halo on his head: he wants to continue Bush's 69 $billion give-away to faith initiatives: Money borrowed from China et al 99.3 % of it going to his brand of snake oil, the "jew" baby morphed into a Christian god.
Bush's administration creates the $trillions of indebtedness mentioned; it seems that Bill Clinton balanced the budget.I don't understand your militancy against Democrats. I still don't understand John Wren's math; now, the both of you confuse me.
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