Monday, August 25, 2008


March On Denver 2008

We march because - we must!

We will be going to Denver as will many others - Why?

Because Hillary gave us a window into just how far we have not come in 88 years since we won the right to vote.

On August 26, 1920 Women Ended Their Suffrage & Won the Right to Vote.

They live to have their voices heard.

So many of us have gone from being simple "Democrats" to being political activists. Average American voters all over the country have been working hard to make sure that our voices are heard by a party that has lost it's way.

It is time for reform.

It is time for party members to take a hard look in the mirror and ask themselves what being a Democrat means to them.

The Democratic Party has a long history of selecting nominees that do not represent the majority of Americans in this country, despite having core principles that tend to benefit those very Americans.

Once again, despite factors swinging to favor Democrats, our party seems destined to choose a losing candidate.

The fatally-flawed caucus system essentially throws the core values of "one person, one vote" under the bus, and it apparently has been manipulated to advantage Obama over Hillary Clinton.

The delegates know, all to well, that Barack Obama edged out Hillary Clinton in the pledged delegate count largely due to his victories in caucus states.

Obama won 13 out of 14 caucuses, but only 18 out of 39 primaries. 42% of Obama's wins were caucus states, 95% of Clinton's wins were primary states.

But it's no mystery why some of the caucus states, such as Texas and Washington, which also held primaries, saw mis-matched results.

Obama really needed those caucus wins, didn't he? And what was his effective caucus strategy?


The caucus fraud reports are coming out now, and spreading like wildfire. There is no way for Obama to hide from them.

Dr. Lynette Long has conducted extensive research of nationwide caucus fraud by the Obama campaign, all of which can be viewed.

Dr. Long concludes:

"I've spent the past two months immersed in data from the 2008 Democratic caucuses. After studying the procedures and results from all fourteen caucus states, interviewing dozens of witnesses, and reviewing hundreds of personal stories, my conclusion is that the Obama campaign willfully and intentionally defrauded the American public by systematically undermining the caucus process."

I hope it gives pause to those Democrats who believe that Barack Obama is the rightful nominee and that Hillary supporters should just "get over it."

With a Master's degree in math and fourteen math books under her belt, she felt well-armed to explore this problem further.

"She further conclude after systematically examining large PAC contributions to the campaigns of various members of congress that the Democratic hierarchy, including Dean, Pelosi, and Clyburn, selected Obama as the nominee and pressured superdelegates to endorse him."

"I have been a Democrat my entire life, but I will not support the Democratic Party at the cost of democracy!"

Democrats of good conscience must now know the truth. Check these video's out at:

Clinton Democrats have been sounding the alarm since Iowa about the manipulation of the process and where it would lead.

The super delegate system was created in order to avert disaster in case the nominating system produced a candidate with no chance of winning.
Of course, that system was created with the hope that integrity, principals and backbone would rule the day and delegates might vote their conscience.

Fat chance!


We, men and women believe the time has come for a new movement towards true equality for all women in America, we will protest, and endeavor to change, the false image of women now prevalent in the mass media.

We will march for those who cannot march for themselves, for those who have been knocked down, told to go home, and told to shut up!

We march for those who have been suppressed, betrayed by the Democrat Party, bullied out of their life's work, for those who are fighting for the weaker who have no voice, for those whose voices need to be heard.

We march for all who have gone before us and who have fought the good fight so that we would be able to march this week.

The Denver protest this year falls, ironically, on Aug. 26, 2008. Eighty eight years almost to the day that women got the right to vote and just as ironically that we had the first viable women candidate.

The best and most qualified candidate America has ever had as evidenced by the audacity of the FRAUD who stole her platform shortly after having been selected by the party to unsurp her place at the head of the Democrat Party.

We, men and women will march to finish the fight begun 160 years ago in Seneca Falls NY. We march to finish the fight they placated us 88 years ago when they gave us the vote which proved in 2008 has not yet been settled.

We, men and women march to crash through those 18 million cracks that not yet broken through that glass ceiling!

So watch the balloons, confetti, and political rhetoric - sounds like a traditional political party convention, right?


We march and we raise our objection to debate the process, and protect the integrity of the true will of the people!