Philly Green Richard Antipuna running against ‘computerized election theft [becoming] the norm in the US’

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At Green Night Out on July 9, Josh Mitteldorf explained to the gathered diners that “computerized election theft has become the norm in the U.S.” Philadelphia Greens and their friends had gathered for an evening of feasting, fun and politics. Greens are interested in computerized election theft, and they are running a candidate, Richard Antipuna, for Philadelphia City Commissioner.

Perhaps you wondered why Barbara Capozzi did not demand a recount in the Democratic Primary for City Council District 1, when touch-screen polls showed that she lost the election by a mere 72 votes. The simple answer is that no one can do recounts (or any other kind of audit) on the kind of computerized voting machines used in Philadelphia. Was this election stolen? Barbara Capozzi will never know.

Mitteldorf, a senior editor at OpEdNews, discussed three historical elections which were successfully stolen by computer companies. His first example was the 2002 election of governor and senator in Georgia, which was stolen by the Republicans. Mitteldorf’s second example was the 2002 election of governor in Alabama, which was also stolen by the Republicans.

Finally, Mitteldorf discussed the 2004 presidential election in Ohio, where Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell was also George W. Bush’s campaign manager. You probably remember that this election was also stolen by the Republicans, but Mitteldorf added new details of the computer swap that was used to change the vote count. He also discussed a murder that was necessary to cover it up. Incidentally, this election was contested by the Green Party of Ohio (no word from the Democrats).

“Wholesale election theft in the U.S. is now institutionalized and systematic,” concluded Mitteldorf, “and it always favors the Republicans.”

The national Green Party Platform says, “Electronic voting machines must include a verifiable paper trail that allows every voter to verify that his or her vote was recorded and counted accurately, coupled with random audits based on the paper trail.” This is not the case in Philadelphia.


Green Night Out takes place monthly at Singapore Kosher ‘Vegetarian Chinese Restaurant, www.singaporevegetarian.com. Green Night Out is sponsored by the Green Party of Philadelphia, www.gpop.org. More information about Green Night Out and advance reservations may be made at 215-243-7103

8 thoughts on “Philly Green Richard Antipuna running against ‘computerized election theft [becoming] the norm in the US’

  1. Michael Cavlan RN

    Official Green Party Election Observer in Ohio 2004. Served in northern Ohio, Eire and Seneca counties.

    Been screaming about this issue ever since. Glad to see that other Greens have been as well.

  2. FAN of Dr. STAN

    I agree . The CROOKS cook the books (rig the computers) !

    “It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.” – Joseph Stalin

    “The easiest way to gain control of the population is to carry out acts of terror. The public will clamor for such laws if their personal security is threatened.” – Joseph Stalin

    “World dictatorship can be established only when the victory of socialism has been achieved in certain countries or groups of countries … [and] when these federation of republics have finally grown into a world union of Soviet Socialist Republics uniting the whole of mankind under the hegemony of the international proletariat organized as a state.” – Josef Stalin

    “Education is a weapon, whose effect depends on who holds it in his hands and at whom it is aimed.” – Josef Stalin

  3. Michael Cavlan RN

    By The Way

    True story

    David Cobb, the Greens presidential candidate who helped expose the issue of computer fraud was speaking in Minneapolis in 2005. He was speaking on a forum with Republican Secretary of State Mary Kiffmeyer.

    I was present. I asked David Cobb this question.

    Given the experience you had in Ohio 2004, can it be said that a. to quote Joe Stalin that it is not who casts the vote that matters but who COUNTS the vote and
    b. Can we now say that the Democratic Party abandoned democratic and election integrity in Ohio 2004? It was a softball question to give him the platform to talk about what happened in Ohio (and elsewhere) 2004.

    He looked VERY uncomfortable, answered
    yes, next question please.

    He also refused to endorse my campaign for US Senate 2006. Because “I do not listen to people.” I went on to earn the Greens endorsement by a vote of 86%, even though there was an organized attempt to have the Greens endorse no-one.

    Shhhhhh do NOT talk about that Michael.

    Comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable.

    That is my motto.

  4. Catholic Trotskyist

    Michael Kavlan, thanks for bringing to light the heroic actions of our Revolutionary General David Cobb, in his holy efforts to protect the Catholic Trotskyist revolution and our great liberator, Barack H. Obama.
    The lesser of two evils is still a lesser evil.
    More pro-life Democrats, more social justice Republicans.
    Stop Richard Antipuna unless the Republican has no chance of winning.

  5. Michael Cavlan RN

    Funny thing is that Mopert Riles/CT/ whatever delusional name next is quite right about David Cobb.

    His job was to protect John Kerry/Democrats/Obama.

    I guess a broken clock is right twice a day, eh?

  6. Catholic Trotskyist

    Michael Kvalan accuses me of being Robert Milnes, but this is not true at all. IP address checks would prove this. I do post from different IPs because I travel a lot, but I have never posted from where Robert posts from, which I presume is his home in New Jersey. I believe I did post from New Jersey last week because I was visiting there, but a different part of the state. Robert Milnes has actually appeared in public at least once at a third party event. I have not yet appeard in public in my character as Catholic Trotskyist, though I may do so at some point for US Parliament.

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