From the November 2004 Idaho Observer:
Kerry silent while supporters clamor for vote recount
Soon after John Kerry conceded the 2004 presidential election to George Bush it became apparent to those who have mastered 6th grade math that the incumbent's 3 million vote victory was highly suspect.
Kerry campaign organizers and supporters all over the world are demanding that reports of vote fraud be investigated.
But Kerry, who has never been known to pass up a political opportunity, has been uncharacteristically silent since the election. He was quoted from the H20 Restaurant in D.C. November 6, 2004 as stating, "Sometimes God tests you. I am a fighter and I have come back before."
Kerry's comments infer that it's over and he lost fair and square. The "fighter" made no mention that, with each passing day more evidence surfaces to indicate that organized elephants rigged the election to insure Bush's re-election.
"I will see to it that everyone's vote will count and that all votes will be counted," Kerry said prior to the polls opening Nov. 2.
In an open letter to Kerry, John Edwards and Terry McAuliff, signed by 13 absentee ballot organizers abroad, it was described how diligently they worked to bring out votes that may not have been counted. The undersigned urged Kerry and the Democratic Party to investigate "reports of vote fraud and voter disenfranchisement."
One such report cited was "... the now famous voting machine glitch in Franklin County, Ohio, assigning Bush 3,893 votes in a precinct with only 600 registered voters."
This incident alone should cause Kerry to question how many more voting machine "glitches" occurred. See related story.
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