Recount – Is Dennis Kucinich walking into a trap? by Bev Harris

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by Bev Harris
Jan. 11, 2008

Note to readers, opednews editor DID get through to make sure Kucinich is aware of this article and issue.

The election integrity community is abuzz with news that candidate Dennis Kucinich will ask for a recount in New Hampshire, and Ron Paul fans have been pushing him to recount as well. Careful, this action is laced with subtle perils.


“We have no control over the ballot chain of custody and we have learned the pain from the 2004 Nader recount, in which only 11 districts were counted, chosen by a highly questionable person, and then nothing showed up. Now all we hear is how the Nader recount validated the machines.”

As Tobi says, “A candidate asking for a recount may well be a tool used to ‘prove’ everything was okay and then that candidate will be further discredited.”

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8 thoughts on “Recount – Is Dennis Kucinich walking into a trap? by Bev Harris

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  6. I think recounts should be a matter of course, in all states. What bookkeeper doesn’t re-check their work?

    I gotta trust in Dennis, he’s been doing this election thing for 40 years, Nader never held office (much respect to Nader). Dennis does so many things I’d not have imagined, he’s no fool.

    When we really have to worry is when McCain wins the popular vote in the general election. This above is just an appetizer. I think they’ve gotten this voter-fraud thing down to a science, and all dissent there too is relegated to the conspiracy-nut bin.

    There was a serious smirk on McCain’s face in the last debate, something is afoot, too bad we feel we have to constantly second-guess a clearly corrupted system all the time–

    They say we americans see conspiracy theories like a religion. I wonder why!

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