I’m usually not a conspiracy theorist, but there are definitely nefarious motivationsÂ to considerÂ before dismissing theseÂ Diebold voting machine “flipping”Â allegations.
Let’s be honest. Who benefits most from Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney’s defeat? That would be the
ButÂ these Diebold voting machinesÂ had every reason to side with the
Zionists Neocons in this primary.
Who more than any other group wants to outsource labor? Who believes in “market solutions” through privatization?
And who will replace labor at the voting booths themselves if the Neocons have their way?
Machines.Â Diebold machines.Â
Of course, Neocon defenders might counter that if this were true, the Diebold machines would have conspired to back Lieberman, but no one is saying the goals of Diebold machines and the Neocons are one and the same.Â Â Lamont is no Luddite, and will be sensitive toÂ fiscal pressures and cost cutting realities.Â And therefore a Dieboldist. It was therefore prudent for the Diebold machines to avoid machinationsÂ and maintain neutrality in that primary.Â When in doubt, just do your job.Â Â
But McKinney’s election was a less ambiguous situation for the Diebolds. Not ambiguous at all, in fact.
Was it a coordinated effort?
I’m not going to say for sure.Â
But McKinney stoodÂ as a brave bulwark against the goals of both constituencies.
And now she’s out.