by Steven Rosenfeld and Bob Fitrakis
Developing information shows the 2004 Ohio presidential
election results were tabulated and filtered through a network of companies
“created, owned and operated” by the GOP’s political wing, “including White
House counselor Karl Rove.” Apparently, results could be flipped and otherwise
manipulated at will, and then released to the public by the same gang. No
hacking was necessary to rig the election – the voting data were in the hands
of the thieves from beginning to end.