Friday, November 05, 2004

NY TIMES killing of bulge story expands! "Fishy" official explanation for the BULGE questioned.

George Bush won this election, bulge or no bulge. But the real point of this page was to simply ask... WHAT IS IT? Perhaps we'll get an answer, perhaps not. This has been a strange and crazy story... something inside me says it's not over yet! Check back here for updates as they happen!

The recent news...
RADIO INTERVIEW Dave Lindorff discusses the Media's coverage of the BULGE, including the killing of the story by the Washington Post, as well as the NY Times. Download the mp3, bulge topic starts at about 17:25.
BALTIMORE CHRONICLE covers the story.

Yet another OFFICIAL explanation:
FROM THE HILL ... from the same guys who brought us the wrinkle excuse. Coincidentally, this comes only after the earlier explanation has been refuted by a NASA expert on photo analysis. (NOTE: While this is the first somewhat believable explanation to the BULGE, keep in mind that these "straps" for the bulletproof vest only appeared during the debates, and at the 9/11 testimony. These straps have not been conclusively seen at other occasions or when Bush takes his jacket off. This latest explanation is "fishy" at best... see the photo gallery and make up your own mind.)
• Rumor persists that there will be more revelations forthcoming, including further details on the New York Times coverage and subsequent "killing" of the story.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I care.

i have never posted here but for what itss worth I think its awful that bush may have cheated in the debate but what really pisses me off is the 911 thing and how the media wouldnt ask questions. to me its not as much about the bulge but about the job that the press didnt do, its a simple question. if it was a vest strap ok, but then why all the fuss. i still think it was something else.

9:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was a senior member of the Kerry campaign, we have received an awful lot of mail about this issue and did not offer a public statement. With the election over I can now say that the campaign felt it would be unwise to make an issue of this story without solid evidence of wrongdoing by the Bush/Cheney team. I commend your site and hope you will find an answer.

12:42 PM  
Blogger icone said...


Please contact me at, I would like to verify your statement. I will keep your identity confidential.

For other viewers, remember this is an open forum and please take all anonymous posts with a "grain of salt".


12:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Check it out -- interview with David Lindorff on the NY Times killing the story:

9:57 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

Rather than admit that the Kerry campaign was poorly run, that he stood for nothing except whatever would get him votes, that he contradicted himself on over 40 issues, that he has more in common with Communism than democracy, you lower yourself to asinine conspiracy theories. Grow up.

For all of elitist liberal America, I will quote Nelson Muntz:


4:02 PM  
Blogger Darnell Clayton said... theory is this. Bush (or rather his supporters) learned from the Democrats mistakes and opportunities. Bush did not underestimate what the democrates could do to him (as they often do of Bush) and (for his supporters) he took an idea that Dean had started (organizing bloggers) and next thing you know you have Blogs for Bush. Selah!

4:12 PM  
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4:15 PM  
Blogger theresa said...

Wow! I just went to check out Blogs for Bush, it's a bit scary over there. What are they so angry about? I got the feeling that they lumped all Democrats into some elite society. They should be celebrating, not attacking. Any liberal statement that showed up on the blog, the blogger was immediately attacked. The most redeeming thing I noticed on the site was that there was no profanity. Some of the Republican statements we get on this blog, are really almost obscene. I don't understand it, freedom of speech forever.

2:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Back to the bulge, what are the theories on the bulletproof vest explanation? After reviewing the photos I would say it is possible that he is wearing a vest AND something else. Maybe that is why he couldn't hide the mystery box in another place like under his arm cop style. But why bring the subject back up at all? Is it that somebody knows that they came off looking evasive at best? Please fill me in experts. Gonna go try my luck against the Bush bloggers now. Wish me luck.
Love thy enemy and all that.

5:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The real story right now is (or should be) voter fraud, specifically in Florida. Read this story

and thoroughly look at the results of the 04 presidential election in Florida. For example, out of the 440 registered REP and 2755 registered DEM in the county of Lafayette county, 2460 voted REP and 845 voted DEM. Similarly look at the counties of Calhoun, Dixie, Liberty, and dozens other small counties - the expected vote has completely flipped for the REPs. Take a look at this chart based on 100% of the votes recieved

pay attention to the percent change of expected votes based on party affiliation and the actual turnout (in the left columns). However, this flip in the voting pattern doesnt occur in counties with ~30,000+ registered voters. I assume they expected us not to notice the smaller counties.

Everyone including pollsters expected a much closer race in Florida and were suprised by the results of the election


Please somebody take notice of this

8:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

After visiting the site referenced by the previous post, I am truly scared for this country. I guess it stands to reason that people who would cheat at a debate would cheat at an election, too.

10:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am deeply concerned about the voter fraud that apparently went on throughout the country; that is the main story now. But look at this load from Karl Rove from NBC's Meet the Press today:

"On one sideline row during the campaign, Rove said the president's tailor was devastated about a controversy over a box-shaped bulge in Bush's back that television cameras captured during the first debate. The mysterious bulge spawned speculation that Bush aides were feeding the president advice secretly through a radio receiver tucked under his suit jacket.

``Nothing was under his jacket,'' Rove said.

``The poor tailor ... he's an awfully nice fellow, he's a rather flamboyant dude,'' Rove said. ``I'm not going to use his name, but he's just - he's horrified. And, you know, it's - there was nothing there."

3:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

After reading the above article and others, I have some comments from the other side.
The registered party ratio may have been different from actual results because: 1. The ratios come from the way people voted in the primaries. My actual voter registration doesn't show any reference to parties. Just because someone picks a party's ballot, doesn't mean they have to vote for that party in all races. 2. There are many voters, including myself, that do not always vote in the primaries, but do vote in the general elections; maybe 30 to 50% of voters.
I would think that the computers used in the elections would be a lot more secure than the average Windows PC. They probably used firewalls, encryption, password protected files/drives, and kept in secure areas where only the supervisors and top officials had access. It would not be as easy to hack as depicted in that article.
Then the story about the exit polls and the use of paper ballots. The exit polls aren't as accurate as some of you think. I watched part of 4 different networks. All of which showed different exit poll results. ABC and NBC mostly favored Kerry until about 3/4 way through the night, while CBS and CNN mostly favored Bush most of the night. The writer mentioned "spoilage" which would favor Kerry. Does that mean Democrats are the only ones who have problems voting? Doesn't make sense to me.

Seems to me that the Democrats are still trying to discredit President Bush and steal an honest election.
You all would try anything. IT'S OVER.

4:01 PM  
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