Webster G. Tarpley, Ph.D.
November 5, 2012
This year is different from 2008, when mass hatred for the George Bush neocon regime of war and depression gave Obama an advantage which was widely recognized before the vote. This year’s election will resemble those of 2000 and 2004, when the presidential candidates were evenly matched. This is the kind of an election in which election fraud, carried out by electronic voting machines and computer networks, can be decisive.
Looking back to 2000 and 2004 should remind us of the superior capabilities of the reactionary Republicans when it comes to stealing elections, either through election fraud, corrupt judges, or other manipulations. In 2000, voters likely to support the Democrats were …