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Uncounted: The New Math of American Elections

Uncounted Anyone who doubts that the Republican Party, using systematic methods that were supported by an irresponsible media, stole the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections should be prepared to have their eyes opened. Here is an important and essential account of the treachery that cost America its democracy in two bloodless coups that portend yet another such rape in 2008 if something isn’t done to annihilate rampant voter fraud being committed by neocon fascists. Documentarian David Earnhardt utilizes in-depth conversations with such political figures as columnist Robert Koehler, Representative John Conyers, data analyst Bruce O’Dell, investigative journalist Brad Friedman, and voting rights activist Antonio Sanford to give voice to the terrible acts that put an illegitimate president in office. If you only see one documentary this year, find a way to see "Uncounted: The New Math of American Elections." Special features include extended interviews & speeches and deleted scenes.

(Movie – Five Stars, DVD features – Four Stars) Not Rated, 80 mins.

November 16, 2007 in Documentary | Permalink