Friday, March 25, 2005
Matt Margolis Blogs For Bush, Plus He's Stupid
Talk about stupid.
Matt Margolis blogged at Blogs from Bungholes for Bush (Republican readers, I'm not saying all bloggers for Bush are Bungholes, just these guys): "A recent report from the nonpartisan American Center for Voting Rights showed that in Ohio, it was actually Democrat leaning groups behind registration fraud, intimidation, vote fraud and litigation in the 2004 election."
Nonpartisan? Because they say so, bunghole?
If you Googled or Technoratied "American Center for Voting Rights" you might've learned (either at Brad Blog or Cannonfire or Alternet or Sensibly Eclectic or Martini Republic or Bite Sound Bite or Antiestablishmentarianism or Nero Fiddled or "This Could Have Been Your Left-Leaning Blog's Name" or Me! ) that the only thing nonpartisan about the American Center for Voting Rights is well...I'm not sure.
I do know that this "non-partisan 501(c)(3) legal and education center committed to defending the integrity of the election process and working to increase public confidence in the fairness and outcome of elections" (link) just started their Website last week, and, so far as we know, consists of two dudes.
ACVR General Counsel Mark F. (Thor) Hearne, "a former Reagan Administration official, is the National Election Counsel to Bush-Cheney ’04 Inc. and was Missouri counsel to Bush-Cheney ‘00 Inc. As well, he was General Counsel to Republican Missouri Governor Blunt." (Brad Blog).
While ACVR Contact Jim Dyke was the 2004 Communications Director for the Republican National Committee.
Would you believe the "Ohio for Blackwell" blog fell for it too? Would you believe there is an "Ohio for Blackwell" blog? Can't some Ohioan please come up with an "Ohio for Blackwell to Get the Fuck Out of Ohio" Blog?
There were other stupid bloggers that are too stupid to Google that blogged just because Matt Margolis blogged for Bush about it. Check for yourself at Technorati.
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