Sunday, November 12, 2006

The Augian Stables

The election is over...

and despite of reports about diverse manipulations (18,000 votes in U.S. House race may be lost), despite the use of massive electronic voting, other nations start to “scrap” (Dutch government scraps plans to use voting computers in 35 cities including Amsterdam, Dutch citizens group cracks Nedap's voting computer)...

the American People were strong enough to show their will.

Despite the fact, that the Media is still owned by the HaveMores, that courts are willing footmen of the executive branch instead of objectively auditing it, that the networks of power are still fully functional, running smoothly and efficiently to get the last bit of money and power for the puppeteers behind the politics...

the wind of change may turn.

The job is tough – the Augian stables of corruption, greed and blatant misuse of power have to be perfectly cleaned and and disinfected as long as the wave of the election is powerful enough to stand tall against those networks of power, which are now as sure as death and taxes already rearranging according to the latest events.

But there are some signs that it could be done:
Democrats Aim to Save Inquiry on Work in Iraq

some hopeful news about the future of elections:
Youth turnout in election biggest in 20 years

And – great news for the freedom of speech:
Democrat Sweep Good News For Net Neutrality


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