Partricia Sun's article: "Fake vote, fake democracy" 
I read this article by Patricia Sun, California spiritual speaker that I have seen in the past. She sums up the state of elections and this administration pretty well.

Here is the original article which can be found at:

Fake vote, fake democracy.

"I see in the near future a crisis approaching that unnerves me and causes me to tremble for the safety of my country. As a result of the war, corporations have been enthroned and an era of corruption in high places will follow, and the money power of the country will endeavor to prolong its reign by working upon the prejudices of the people until all wealth is aggregated in a few hands and the Republic is destroyed. I feel at this moment more anxiety for the safety of my country than ever before, even in the midst of war."
––Abraham Lincoln 1864 in letter to Col. W.F. Elkins.

If the vote is fraudulently changed by the “the wealth aggregated in a few hands” and the election thereby stolen, then by definition you have no Democracy––are we there yet?

You’ll know in about one week.

With a record seventy-three percent disapproval rate for Congress the public is finally seeing the painfully cumulative impact of failure and corruption in the Republican congress—but it is still possible that the will of the voters may not matter.

Why are George Bush and Karl Rove so certain they will not lose the House and Senate?

Reporters have said that they “almost seem delusionally certain they will win the House and Senate in November.

I am reminded of 2000 when Al Gore was declared the winner in Florida by the networks using exit polls. One network went live to Crawford ranch to get Bush’s reaction—“Oh no, oh no, that’s not right, we’ve got Florida”—with a smirk and smile. I was shocked as I realized he “knew”. I felt uneasy as I realized Bush’s inability to hide his childish certainty––even gloating––was so obvious that it revealed that he, at least, believed that he had inside information that he would win Florida.

I never saw that clip shown again. The media has been notably quiet about the abundance of serious information on voter fraud. There were rumors of memos to some reporters not to cover the issue of voter fraud and questionable races. Supposedly they were burned by their “wrong” exit poll determination that declared Al Gore the winner in Florida––the fact that they were actually correct is a fact still seldom mentioned.

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"Changin' My Mind" -- The Movie 
-- First sketch.
-- Names can be re-worked.
-- Script drafting and editing to come.


SCENE 1: [West Main Street Street Durham. Front steps of Satisfaction.]

Pickell: "Well, I'll be dog--there's Proctor, gazing out to the sunset in the West again like he always does. Wonder where he's thinking about going this time?"

Duvall: "I don't know, but last time he was talking about how Tennessee is just out there over the horizon."

Karl: "Yeah, how can I forget? He was saying: 'I could be in Knoxville or Nashville in no time--even might go all the way to Memphis...'"

Duvall: "Hey Proc! You dreamin' up another one of those Western rides? You know, you're going to have to make up your mind whether you want to go out there or stay around here and finish this job we're doing."

Proctor: "Yeah, I know. But this time, I have an idea that will really work. All I've got to do is hitch up the wagon and head 'er on out to..."

Pickell: "Let me guess: Missouri or Arkansas..."

Karl: "No, I think he wants to go learn mandolin in Kentucky..."

Duvall: "I'll bet he's got his heart set on West Virginia..."

Proctor: "Kansas, boys! We'll all go out to Kansas and raise the roof! There's a guy at the newspaper in Wichita who says I should come out a talk about the paper. Bet'cha I can land a job at the Eagle. Why, it's right next door to Winfield where all those flat-top guitar players get together every year."

Pickell, Duvall and Karl: "Kansas! He wants to go ridin' all the way to Kansas!"

Proctor: "Yeah boy, and we'll stir such up a ruckus that even Roy Williams might hire us to play! I'm talking Lawrence, Wichita, Abilene..."

Pickell: (Mimicking George Hamilton IV:) "'Prettiest town I've ever seen...'"

Proctor: "And Manhattan! Don't forget Manhattan."

Duvall: "My kind of town: Broadway, movies, fine dining--I'll go get my top hat and dancing shoes..."

Proctor: "No, Manhattan, Kansas! Wheat fields, country & Western music and Kansas State University!"

Karl: "Yeah, but who's going to fill in for you in the band while you're out there Jawhawkin' and Wildcattin' with all those sunflowers?"

Proctor: "That's an easy call, gang. Just get that hot-rod guitar man playing across the street at the James Joyce, Jimmy Lee Gibson. Why, there he comes now--he must be taking a break."

Jimmy Lee: "Hey guys, what you are you doing on Main Street? I thought you would be gigging in Chapel Hill tonight."

Pickell: "Proctor here is talking about ridin' out to Kansas. We need you to step in and do some shows for us."

Jimmy Lee: "Why, it'd be a pleasure, fellows. When's the next gig?"

Duvall: "As soon as Proctor leaves town."

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