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Thursday, October 07, 2004

Letter Writing Campaign to Save Diebold and Block the Vote!

The New York Times reports today that Diebold is in trouble again, and is being sued by Swarthmore students, no less.

The Times seems to have an all-out vendetta against Diebold. The author of this article has the gall to complain about the time-honored relationship between money and politics.

I quote: "As doubts have grown about the reliability of electronic voting, some of its loudest defenders have been state and local election officials. Many of those same officials have financial ties to voting machine companies."

For Heavens' sake. Anyone with half a brain will defend her investments!

And again: "Even while in office, many election officials are happy to accept voting machine companies' largess. The Election Center takes money from Diebold and other machine companies, though it will not say how much. At the center's national conference last month, the companies underwrote meals and a dinner cruise."

We Billionaires need to make these investments! Clearly, it's not enough to invest in politicians. Even though we've bought our leaders fair and square, the unwashed middle classes make attempts to vote. We must do everything we can to make sure their votes don't count.

We're doing the best we can, and now 43 percent of the budget of the National Association of Secretaries of State comes from voting machine companies and other Billionaire investments.

Diebold is doing its part, and working hard. In fact, their CEO, Wally O'Dell, even said "I am committed to helping Ohio deliver its electoral votes to the President." That's dedication, darlings. That's honesty.

The Billionaires for Bush have an instructional music video on Diebold. It's entertaining and informative. Watch it here.

Please write to the New York Times and ask them to stop this campaign against corporate dominance of American politics.


One Dollar One Vote,

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