Hillary believes the 2004 election in Ohio, and thus the presidency, was stolen

*Sigh* Here we go again (emphasis added):

Sen. Hillary Clinton embraces the crowd yesterday at the national ACORN convention. Clinton, considered a 2008 presidential frontrunner, stumped for a higher minimum wage and blasted Ohio vote-counting practices.

When Nov. 7 rolls around, Ohioans should “watch this election like a hawk,” Sen. Hillary Clinton said at a Columbus conference yesterday.

“Don’t let them pull anything over your eyes again,” Clinton said, apparently referring to voting and vote-counting disputes that erupted in Ohio in the 2004 presidential election.

Clinton, a Democratic senator from New York, wife of the former president and a potential presidential candidate herself in 2008, wowed a standing-room-only crowd at the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now convention in Ohio State University’s Mershon Auditorium.

Sweetness and Light has more, including detailed info on the liberal voter registration group ACORN mentioned in the above piece, a group who got caught in several states in 2004 engaging in some, shall we say “questionable” registration tactics. They also teamed up with the uberleft MoveOn.org in October 2004 to try and defeat the President.

Same o’ same ol’ with Hillary and others who think like her. They can’t fathom the very idea that this country would elect – and then re-elect someone she and others think is so stupid. To rationalize, they make it known they think the election was stolen because – well – US voters just couldn’t have been stupid enough to elect the man twice!

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