None Dare Call It Stolen: Ohio, the election, and America’s servile press
Posted on Wednesday, September 7, 2005.
By Mark Crispin Miller.
The national turnout in 2004 was the highest since 1968, when another unpopular war had swept the ruling party from the White House. Yet this ever-less-beloved president, this president who had united liberals and conservatives and nearly all the world against himselfâ€”this president somehow bested his opponent by 3,000,176 votes.
How did he do it?