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OSCE Report on US Elections is Disappointing

Published on April 26, 2005, by in General.

The Office of Security & Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) has published its report on the U.S. election of November 2, 2004. The OSCE is the office that is supposed to enforce the Helsinki Accords. The report is disappointingly bland. It mentions many problems in U.S. election administration, including restrictive ballot access laws, but it does not actually criticize or condemn the U.S. for any of these problems. The only actual condemnation of the United States is its failure to let OSCE observers watch the polling process in most states.

4 Responses

  1. It is an extraordinary irony, isn’t it?, that many hundreds of U.S. servicemen and many thousands of Iraqis have been killed, with the Bush administration now using the excuse of “bringing democracy to Iraq,” while legitimate political parties and candidates are kept off the ballots in the United States.
    Democracy for Iraq?
    Heck, we don’t even have it here.

  2. Matthew J. Price

    You got that right Micheal Moore! Oh! and Mr. Moorrison, I just finished reading your book entitled Dude! Where’s My Country. It was just as good as Stupid White Men in every aspect.

  3. Dear, dear Mr. Price (if that’s your name, and I wouldn’t blame you for using a pseudonym): What on earth are you talking about?

  4. Matthew J. Price

    My Bad!

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