Justice Department Pressed by Bush to Contest 200,000 Ohio Voters

As the 2008 presidential election heads into its final week, the current president threw a political wild card on table late Friday, when he asked Attorney General Michael Mukasey to investigate the status of 200,000 Ohio voters.

George W. Bush's request, if honored, could be politically explosive. It would remind voters of the Department of Justice's partisan abuses of power in the scandal surrounding the firing of seven U.S. attorneys in 2006 who did not deliver 'voter fraud' convictions

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Apparently, the folks in the white house believe that the only way the McCain/Palin ticket can win this election is by stealing it.

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