Monday, September 04, 2006
Evidence of fraud
Michael Collins guest blogging at BradBlog rips shit up with a slew of facts that bring us to that conclusion rather comfortably.
And I'm happy I could offer something valuable to you.
But not writing it only hands Calderón a victory, so I did. I really do not know where this will all lead too now if AMLO does go through with the creation of the parallel government. They are already talking about drafting up a new constitution.
And even remembering that night, when all the tallies started changing mysteriously (Kerry v Bush) makes my gut begin to smoke. I was text messaging my girl the totals, she was at work on the nightshift, and at one point I was like I'm going to bed now, and when I woke up the next day, I was inside of a nightmare.
But we can endure, can refuse to forget, can refuse get turned around, can remember the people who are so much less powerless than we, and can try to give them voice.
Some guy over at Bradblog is trying to say that AMLO shouldn't protest because the Mexican government might kill people and the US might invade.
Now, if you can't protest because you fear you might get killed by your own government or the country next door, what kind of freedom is that?
I reminded him that people were telling Martin Luther King something similar when he was in Birmingham jail.
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