Tuesday, November 2, 2004

Violence and the 2004 Election

Across the country, there has been a concerted series of attacks on GOP offices and anti-GOP violence and I'm finding it interesting how little press attention has been given to this spate of violence. Even the New York Times, not the most right-leaning publication, noted a series of almost 40 incidents nationwide that bespoke of a concerted, planned effort to intimidate. Nationwide, incidents of violence and 'dirty tricks' abound:

There was some talk that this series of attacks might be the work of the AFL-CIO. On October 11, the Bush-Cheney campaign accused the AFL-CIO of acts of vandalism at a handful of its offices around the country - an allegation the labor federation denied. In a letter to the president of the AFL-CIO, Bush campaign chairman Marc Racicot cited injuries and damages at an office in Orlando, Fla., and disruptions in Michigan. Racicot said the labor protests came after incidents at other offices in Ohio, West Virginia, Florida and Tennessee.

Here's a related thread, and more news here and here and here.

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