Radio host Bob Fitrakis joins Peter B. Collins on the Peter B. Collins Show to talk about election fraud in 2004. According to new evidence, Republicans would have used a computer scheme to be able to steal the election in Ohio that year. A back-up system was put in place that essentially created a « middle man », an independent autonomous program created by Mike Connell, one of Bush’s buddies, sitting between the precincts and the Secretary of State. This « middle man » had the capacity to input new data in the system. Evidence show that in certain precincts more votes were registered than voters. Votes for Bush were added during tabulation, etc.
I am just wondering: Is there anything different that Republicans can do besides stealing, cheating, robbing and encouraging mayhem and crime? If there is, it doesn’t show. That’s why I call them Reverse Robbing Hoods: They steal the poor to give to the rich. Later in this interview, Bob Fitrakis talks about the way certain people close to the Republican Party or to the Bush Administration tried to steal people’s pensions using the scheme of selling them « toxic assets ». You must be saying to yourself, if the people running these pension funds are stupid enough to buy debts (that’s what toxic assets means) too bad for them. Well, it is not that simple. First of all, it is our money, we the people. Second, if I would have been in charge of these pension funds (it happened in my area too) I would never have bought debts. Who buys debts except fools? Normally, sane people buy things that possess a positive value, not a negative one. But anyway, that’s not the point. The point is that it is the responsability of the people in charge of society to implement solutions and projects that actually help society get better. The only motivation that can exist for selling debts is evidently the intent of robbing somebody else’s property. In my opinion, all those brokers and finance clerks who sold « toxic assets » should be put in jail. One of the most basic rules of commerce is that when you sell something, you get something in exchange for its value. How come was it possible to get money in return for something that has no value, and let alone a negative one? Anyway, nothing surprises me anymore.
Listen to this show. While the first part of it is dedicated to cover a possible challenge to Obama in 2012, the second part, when Fitrakis comes in, will give you a good idea about the level of corruption, perfidy and dishonesty of our leaders. And be careful with Reverse Robbing Hoods. You will always be better off managing your own finances by yourself than to let these crooks do it for you…because they will do it for themselves. I also added an interview with an OHIO attorney, Cliff Arnebeck, if you want more details about the stealing of the 2004 election in the U.S.