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Good Luck USA!

Today you exercise your basic right, you enjoy the freedom to vote. May you pick a leader that benefits all citizens. And remember it doesn't matter if you pray to Jahwe, the Lord or Allah. Your are praying to the same god, and this god may bless you!

Closing with the words of the Buddha: "You pick the level of your suffering yourself".

Posted by on 02 November 2004 | Comments (2) | categories: After hours


  1. posted by Joe Litton on Monday 08 November 2004 AD:
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    The election results here in the US brought a great sense of loss and grieving to many of us. I've been taking some comfort from "Warrior of the Light" ...A lot of good thoughts in there. And many of us are getting recharged and motivated to work hard starting NOW to do better in the next election. It still amazes me that Bush was elected.
  2. posted by Stephan H. Wissel on Tuesday 09 November 2004 AD:
    Hi Joe,
    thx for stopping by. I followed the election closly on http://www.cnn.com/ They had a poll that night asking people how satified they were with the results. And 70%++ voted very disappointed. However funny things are happening and things might not be the way they look right now: Jeff Fisher ( http://www.jefffisherforcongress.com/ ) is challenging the Florida results. Using statistical methods he claims that the voting machines from Diebold used in Florida ( http://enight.dos.state.fl.us/ ) do not statistically tally with the general findings and that for all other voting there was a strong resemblance of registered voters (I didn't know that you have to register for a specific party) and results. Whereever the Diebold machines were used, surprise surprise J.K. voters switched sides. More data here: http://ustogether.org/Florida_Election.htm - so what would be the conclusion? Do we leapfrom from Episode III (Revenge of the Sith) to IV (A New Hope)?
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