GEE, JUST LIKE MICHAEL MOORE SAID ABOUT 2000...
John Kerry may have lost the 2004 election, or maybe he didn't. We all know how each side of the issue feels about complaints about the validity of the election process.
But today Kerry pointed out the impediments Republicans in power created for voters likely to vote for Kerry. Removing alleged felons from the voter rolls. (In Florida in 2000, it turned out that only a small percentage of these names were legitimately removed; unfortunately, it was too late for those names to be placed back on the rolls.) Putting too few voting machines in precincts likely to vote heavily Democratic. Probably other tricks.
I here must restate: Anybody who pulls an election shenanigan that disenfranchises even so much as a single voter needs to be charged with treason and made to face the highest sentence treason allows.
Of course, if such a person is a Republican, he'll probably still be allowed to vote.