Rae Finds Evidence of Tarantino Feminism, Another Great Carroll Cat Column, Coquet on Stolen Elections, Lasusa Links, Dan Grobstein File
Rae, has found supporting evidence for her view that Quentin Tarantino is a feminist .
A long time friend and correspondent dropped me this note, which I wholeheartedly endorse:
I don't read all of your e-mails, but ai read this one and I'm glad I did.
What occurs to me whenever I hear or read about how close this past election (and really the past two presidential elections) was, I wonder why there hasn't been a greater outcry over the fact that they were both stolen. This is not some crackpot conspiracy theory -- this is the conclusion that is inevitable from the results of exit polls. The predictions could have been a little off, but not a great deal off. I new something was up when George Bush went to bed the night of the election. He could sleep. The polls said he was behind, but he could sleep: he already knew he would win. As boss tweed said, "It doesn't matter who votes. It only matters who counts the votes."
Bush's strategists new they couldn't say he won by a landslide, so they said he just barely won in a key state. But exit polls in that state predicted he would lose by a landslide. And when a letter from the CEO of Diebold Company, promising to "deliver you the election" was made public, it was never denied.
Do you think we could have a paper trail, a physical record of every vote in future elections?
Stephen C. Coquet
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Dan Grobstein File
- WASHINGTON | April 11, 2007
Panel Said to Alter Finding on Voter Fraud
By IAN URBINA
The revised findings echoed complaints made by Republican politicians of widespread voter fraud
- FASHION & STYLE | April 12, 2007
He’s Not My Grandpa. He’s My Dad.
By THOMAS VINCIGUERRA
The children of a late-life father live with the fear he will die before they grow up.