Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Does Kerry believe election was stolen?

Yes...if you take the word of a moonbat NYU professor with a book to sell. From NRO:
There is an ugly set of accusations and counter-accusations going on between Sen. John Kerry and an author who claims that the 2004 presidential election was stolen. In Fooled Again: How the Right Stole the 2004 Election and Why They'll Steal the Next One Too (Unless We Stop Them), Mark Crispin Miller argues that a conspiracy of GOP officials, voting-machine companies, and shadowy political operatives created, in the words of Miller's publisher, "a new Republican electoral strategy...not one overwhelming fraud but thousands of little ones" that gave the election to George W. Bush.

Last Friday, Miller took to the left-wing media to announce that John Kerry, who accepted the election results in his November 3, 2004 concession speech, now agrees with Miller that the vote was stolen.
Wow! That would be truly huge news...were it true. Kerry spokesbabe Jenny Backus denies that Kerry ever said or implied any such thing. (Sidebar: Rumor has it that Kerry served in Vietnam! Why didn't I hear about this ad nauseum during the election?)

So is this professor, a man who molds the minds of college students, a brilliant man or a paranoid moonbat asshat? You be the judge:
I wrote about Miller in The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy. Prior to his crusade to prove that the 2004 election was stolen, he was on a crusade to convince Americans that a powerful, well-organized theocratic movement, fronted by George W. Bush but controlled by a secretive group of right-wing religious figures, is working to establish Biblical law in the United States. Miller wasn't speaking figuratively; he wrote of a Republican-dominated United States in which adultery, for example, is punishable by death by stoning. In his latest book, Miller has combined his two areas of interest, arguing that the election-stealing conspiracy was carried out by Bush-supporting "theocratic militants." In his mind, apparently, it all fits together.
So, here's a message for those of you who help rock yourself to sleep at night in a fetal position chanting Rainman-like incantations that "Bush stole the 2004 election. Yeah. K-Mart sucks.":

You share the same point of view with a man who is convinced that America is headed for stoning deaths of adulterers, liars, etc. If true, I see the cause for his alarm: Bill Clinton would be the first one to go!