They just don't know when to give up, do they?
Read it all here.
They are accusing the South Dakota Legislature of corruption, the State Bar Association of deception and Attorney General Larry Long of misrepresentation.
And they suggest that their issue was a victim of election fraud. But Long says his critics need not blame, but instead credit South Dakota voters for studying the issue and making up their own mind.
"As Arnold would say, 'We'll be back!"And next time, thanks to the lessons we have learned, our new Judicial Accountability Amendment will be bulletproof. And for good measure, we will also put on the ballot an amendment to outlaw computerized vote counting. And just because they have peeved us off, how about an amendment to require judges to inform the jury it has the right to judge the law as well as the accused's guilt or innocence? I think so!"
Accusations of voting fraud focus on the machines where ballots are then fed into Diebold computer machines that count the votes.
"I have no doubt that the vote was manipulated using the Diebold computers," Stegmeier said.
Ron Branson, a California resident who launched the idea and targeted South Dakota as the first place to test the amendment, uses an Internet Web site to blame Long for what he sees as a problem in the way the issue was handled.
and..."The South Dakota voters took their obligations seriously. They educated themselves and concluded that Amendment E was bad law and bad policy and voted it down," Long said.
Says Branson, "Folks, there is no way to avoid this - except we now, as soon as possible, teach Larry Long a lesson, namely, that you do not fool around with perverted and false explanations for ballot issues."
Long says he didn't aid the defeat of the measure, known on the ballot as Amendment E.
You know, if you go read this whole article, you can see one of the problems with this holds many of the same elements of their other odd beliefs. Just like the trade center attacks, and other wild-eyed theories, they require thousands of people working in concert at once.
Any nobody ever breathing a word of it.
Let's give the voters credit where credit is due. They read it, they heard both sides make their arguments.. And the voters went running for the door away from this insanity.
Bringing it back makes about as much sense as bringing it in the first place did. None.