Before the Ohio Election Fraud, this blog was entitled "Fairness". Since November 2, 2004, a day that will live in infamy, this blog has been devoted exclusively to fighting the crimes committed against the citizens of Ohio, and against our American way of life, in the 2004 "election".
October 30, 2012
No More Stolen Elections
Over the course of the next few days Liberty Tree's No More Stolen
Elections! campaign will be sending out a series of action alerts,
updates, and tomorrow, a request for financial support.
Additionally, this week our Wisconsin Wave project and the Hand Count
Votes Now Coalition will be releasing their final report with results
from the citizen audit of Wisconsin's recall election.
We recognize how busy you are, and in normal times, we would not send
out this many requests. But these are not normal times, and future
generations will be counting on every one of us to do
everything we can to expand democracy and defend voting rights in the
final days of the 2012 election cycle.
American democracy is in crisis. The election of
November 6th, 2012, is just one week away, and certain aspects of
that election are already perfectly clear. Millions of
Americans may be denied their inalienable right to vote. Millions
more will be denied the right to vote for the candidate of their
choice. And the vast majority of Americans will have their votes
tabulated by unverifable electronic voting machines.
Meanwhile, the power of a tiny, wealthy minority is greater than
ever, causing private campaign funding to reach previously
unimaginable levels and making this the most expensive election in
Please accept my personal pledge of
non-violent action to prevent another stolen election:
"I remember Florida 2000, Ohio 2004, and Wisconsin 2011, and
I am willing to take action this year if the right to free and fair
elections is denied again.
I support efforts to protect the right to vote leading up to and
on Election Day.
If necessary, I pledge to join nationwide
pro-democracy protests starting on the next day, either in my
community, in key states where fraud occurred, or in Washington,
D.C., and if necessary, to demand a recount, investigation, and
criminal prosecutions of those responsible.
I pledge: No More Stolen Elections!"
Join Noam Chomsky, Thom Hartmann, Tom Hayden, Jill
Stein, Medea Benjamin, Rocky Anderson, Daniel Ellsberg, and Margaret
Flowers and many others in signing this pledge.