we’ll just keep moving along as though nothing’s happened

I know there’s probably really good stuff on TV today, but if you have a free moment in between reruns of Dharma and Greg and The Golden Girls, you might want to drop a line to the folks at Mitofsky International, the group that did all of the exit polling for the networks on Election Day, and ask them to share the raw data they collected on the morning of November 2nd with Congressman John Conyers. (see contact information below)

Speaking of Conyers, here’s what he has to say about the less than enthusiastic reception his group has received in Ohio:

“We have now repeatedly seen election officials obstruct and stonewall this search for the truth. I am beginning to wonder what it is they are trying to hide.”

You’d think that people would welcome a US Congressional committee charged with protecting the sanctity of the individual American vote, but I guess that’s not the case. Who knows? Perhaps they really are worried about what an investigation will show.

One of the good things about Conyers, is that, in addition to getting after the truth, he’s also rousing John Kerry to get involved. Unfortunately, even with Jesse Jackson, Conyers, and Kerry working to delay the voting of Ohio’s Republican electors, and the new evidence surfacing about significant problems in Ohio, everything happened as scheduled, and the people of Ohio officially handed their electoral votes over the Bush/Cheney. (My hope is that the AP story is wrong, but, according to their telling of events, not one protestor showed up at the Capitol building to protest the Electoral College vote. (Their story also referred to people, like myself, who feel as though we should get to the bottom of the election irregularities before moving forward, as “dissidents.”))

Anyway, back to what I was saying at the beginning of the post… If you’d like to contact the folks at Mitofsky International and ask that they cooperate with John Conyers as he looks into the election, you can find them here:

mitofsky@mindspring.com
1776 Broadway – Suite 1708
New York, New York, 10019
(212) 980-3031
Fax (212)980-3107

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