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Cyber fraud circle

Date: July 17, 2007

Who are we? We’re the winners—America loves a winner. In America there are winners, and everybody else. Remember that old saying, "It’s not if you win or lose, it’s how you play the game"? Turns out that’s the motto for suckers, for losers. Winning is all that matters. Imagine if instead of glorifying lottery winners, the media paid homage to the losers? Be even more tedious than celebrity hijinks, eh, takes millions of losers to support one winner. Maybe that "how you play the game" motto is one reason you’ve lost your country, something to do with, perhaps, considering government a spectator sport. Remember the price of liberty being eternal vigilance? We know, that’s so history. One might think Americans are real history buffs; after all, the standard defense for having hundreds of moronic television channels remains: "There are good things, like the History Channel." Well, for all of you spectators that actually watch the History Channel, instead of merely crowing about it, we’ve peppered it with propaganda, so the joke’s on you. Something else you might’ve snoozed away is the crucial truth: "He who controls the present controls the past. He who controls the past controls the future." (George Orwell, from 1984)

You can’t blame us that you lost. We’re winners. The end justifies the means, just ask Dick Cheney. And you made it so easy. Who could’ve believed intelligent people would accept the boondoggle that installed a pathological twit of criminal pedigree as President of the United States of America? The vote fraud was so obvious, not even counting W’s brother Jeb, governor of Florida, guaranteeing Florida would go to his brother. It was all so crooked the Supreme Court had to intervene and screw it in all the way. Verifiable evidence of massive fraud, but spectators swallowed it. Sure, quite a few people voted for W that first e-fraud cycle, probably at least half as many as tried to vote for Gore. And their willingness to accept the fraud because their twit got the nod was just that much more loss. The second coming of W was even more amazing, loss squared. With our electronic voting machines, and electoral Rove-a-lution, we own the vote count. Like Joseph Stalin said: "It’s not the people who vote that count; it’s the people who count the votes." Maybe you’ve heard about old "Uncle Joe" on the History Channel?
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