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The Republican New Hampshire Phone Jamming Scandal

July 25, 2006

Guest: Christy Setzer, Communications Director for the Senate Majority Project (A spokesperson for the Republican National Committee was also invited to come and tell the RNC’s side of the story. He declined and refused to give any comment.)
Did you know the Republican National Committee is accused of jamming Democratic “get-out-the-vote” telephone lines in the close New Hampshire election that elected Senator Sununu? Did you know people have already been indicted for this crime? Get THE INSIDE SCOOP!

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  • Mark Levine July 25, 2006 11:36 pm

    I would argue there is a difference between someone who is mentally ill – Supreme Solar Huh? – and the Executive Director of the Republican Party of New Hampshire receiving instruction from officials at the Republican National Committee.
    Show me the head of a State Democratic Party convicted of leading a criminal enterprise to prevent people from voting, and I won’t only be interested, I’ll do a show on it! (and invite both sides to comment as I did on this topic)

  • Supreme Commander of NATO July 25, 2006 8:50 am

    Lest we forget that election fraud breaks both ways…heres an update on the Wisconsin Tire Slasher story from Weekly Standard….
    Police Blotter
    Remember, back on Election Day, how somebody slashed the tires on 20 vans and cars rented by Republicans to get out the vote in Milwaukee? The story was all over the national news–for about 12 hours. And then it pretty much disappeared. Outside of Wisconsin itself, no major daily has since published a single word’s worth of update on the resulting police investigation. This, even though–we’ll call it a SCRAPBOOK exclusive, with apologies and thanks to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel–at least three arrests have now been made in the case. And two of the arrestees have been publicly identified.
    On Nov. 5, accompanied by his attorney, 25-year-old Sowande Ajumoke Omokunde was booked at Milwaukee police headquarters. Omokunde–who apparently prefers to be called “Supreme Solar Allah”–lives with his mother, Gwen Moore, who’s just been elected to Congress as a Democrat.
    Also arrested: 33-year-old Opel E. Simmons, an official in the Virginia state Democratic party who’d been dispatched to Milwaukee to oversee Election Day canvassing on the city’s north side. Police tell local reporters that a Kerry campaign automobile assigned to Simmons is “linked to the incident.”
    Still wanted for questioning: Michael Pratt, son of former acting Milwaukee mayor Marvin Pratt, Kerry’s campaign chairman in the city.

  • Mike July 24, 2006 7:49 pm

    The Courts have removed a mayor in Virginia just within the past week for voter fraud.
    Scroll to the 2nd to last paragraph to see a three Judge Panel removing an elected official.

  • Mike July 24, 2006 7:29 pm

    If receiving stolen goods is a criminal offense. Similiarly if being fraudulently elected, Sen. Sanunu is the beneficiary of criminal conduct. Should the courts not rectify the crime by throwing out the election and removing Sununu. Even if someone is innocent of knowledge of the stolen merchandise the courts can and do remove the stolen item and return it to the proper owner in this case the people of New Hampshire.
    Why is Sununu allowed to keep his seat in the US Senate?