Votes -- Monday Report
14 Nov 2000
follow-up report by Angel
Since our last update on Lost Military Votes,
two more Floridian military members stationed abroad have reported not receiving a
ballots. One of them is stationed in Pearl Harbor, the other one didn't say.
Following are the most recent letters we've
received that we feel worthy of sharing...
1) My husband is active-duty Navy,
stationed on a ship in Norfolk, VA. This is the first election cycle that
he can recall, where the voting liaison officer did NOT canvass the ship
inquiring as to whom needed an absentee ballot. He didn't even know the
name of the voting liaison on this ship of 1200 people. Home of record is PA, therefore he did not get to vote. Yes,
he would have voted for Bush.
2) Yes, we got our absentee ballot in
Yes, we are Florida military residence residing in CA. Yes, we voted for Bush.
Yes, we mailed it on time.
3) No, I am not military but am ex-military living as a civilian in
Germany. According to the lady at the Board of Elections in Gaston Co., NC, I should have gotten my ballot in time for the election. I am still
waiting for it. I would have voted for G.W. Bush. If I were from Florida, I would be absolutely hopping mad!
4) My name is GM3 Jason
Kraus, I did indeed get
cheated out of voting to get that democrap out of office. I received my absentee
ballot four days after the election. I am currently in the Gulf right now but my
usual duty station is Pearl Harbor. My home state is Michigan. Feel free to use my
name on anything that might stop this in the future.
5) I am a member of the US Air Force stationed at Osan AB in Korea. I arrived
here on 5 Sep 00 and applied for an absentee ballot from the state of Florida, county of Brevard on the 7th of Sept. I was assured that the
application was sent off in plenty of time to have my vote count. Today is 13 November and to date I still have not received my ballot! Coincidence??!!
I think NOT!
I am no longer a member of the military, I am residing overseas. I sent in the
proper form to request an absentee ballot from New York State (NYC). I received
a notice of registration (I was already a registered voter, having voted for G.
Bush in 1992), and notice that of my voting station instead of the absentee
ballot that I had requested. I realize that the NY vote is not in question,
however, it seems to me that this is part of a larger pattern of denying ballots
to those of us overseas.
We did also have one demoncrat serving in the
U.S. Military write us a letter that is unprintable. It was filled with
expletives, name-calling, accusations that we are making this stuff up,
inquiries as to whether we are on drugs and if so what kind, etc. Irrational
demoncrat stuff any activist is used to. No, we are not on drugs. Nope, not
making this stuff up, either. We've published letters directly from
military personnel, unedited except for spelling and/or punctuation. The biggest
question this particular military socialist (let's call demoncrats what they
truly are) brought up is this: how can someone in the military be so blind as to
vote for Al Gore? Unless it is a homosexual person in the military, or
unless it is a woman who puts the "right" to kill an unborn child
above the Right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness of all people now
living and all future generations, we don't understand. Can a Demoncrat
military member please explain what good reason there could possibly be for
voting for that lying traitor?
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