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Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Vote!

Here is an opportunity to vote on what you think about the Ethiopia democracy and Accountability Act. The government may be using spamming to make the votes appear to be against the bill. Vote for the bill and make the spaming irrelevant.

http://washingtonwatch.com/bills/show/110_HR_2003.html

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

please forwarded it to your freinds to vote. I have forwarded it to 205 contacts.please do the same

Pat said...

It's true, ET. The Woyane clique is spamming. The site, WashingtonWatch.com knows about it and has already taken some measures.
Read below.

Yesterday afternoon and evening, a rapid swing in the vote totals on H.R. 2003 signaled the possiblity of abusive voting. Our review of the server logs this morning confirmed that a small number of people voted multiple times, and a very small number of people voted many, many times, probably using automated processes to defeat our inadequate security measures.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Zagol for voicing on behalf of the millions who voted for change but beaten to death in exchange. How many of the 26 million would know that not only their vote but also the poll for the right of the generation is too being looted? In principle those deaf to democarcy and human rights in Ethiopia are less than 1%.

Anonymous said...

SHAME ON AIGA-WOYANE STOOGES!!!!!!
ARE YOU TRYING TO RIG TO POLL HERE IN THE USA AS YOU RIGGED THE VOTE IN ETHIOPIA?

HOW BONHEADED YOU PEOPLE ARE!

SHAME ON YOU

FIND SOME PURPOSE TO LIVE FOR!

Anonymous said...

HAGOS ZERU, from AIGAFORUM has been identified to be the culprit, the computer IP was traced to his shanty plastic resting room. He is also being investigated for other past related crimes, and attempting to infiltrate the IMF computer firewall to change Weyane's Economic growth rate from -2% to +20%.

Anonymous said...

It is really funny to read AIGA's reaction to fail to see they can't rig the poll. This is how LOOSERS react, I didn't know. I like the expression signifying defeat " no need to vote any more...." lol.
Good to be a looser once but really really bad to be a looser always. sorry for AIGA and woyane banda's
Mick

Anonymous said...

What? Don't you realise Monday's already three days old? Where is your Meles Vs. Girma story.

Lesson#1: Don't make promises you can't keep. If you promise and don't deliver, you are on the fast lane to oblivion.

Lesson#2: If you are compelled to break your promises, make sure you are contrite and apologetic about it, and promptly provide convincing explanations. You just can't hope - if I say nothing people will forget about it.

You plan to stay in the good grace of your readers? Then, the lessons make for a good plank.

We are ingrates, the readers, I mean.

Anonymous said...

wooooooooooo hold on mr/mrs/miss anonymous above. That sounds like a classic case of 'patronization' in its crudest form. I think there is a better way of expressing one's demand and/or concern without sounding a bit condescending.

Anonymous said...

I agree with those who are exacerbated by Ethio-Zagol for not delivering the goods. Maybe just maybe you did it to increase your hit rate and by so doing you emptied the emotional account in your favour.I feel sorry!

Anonymous said...

why all this cynicism?

I still maintain that you are expecting too much of those who volunteer to serve. If you feel that timely information is not coming your as expeditiously, then you have to either start your own blog and hire freelance news dispatchs as your source of information.

By the way, I have no relationship with EZ/blogger nor do I know the person. But I can't help noticing a pattern of nagging and also, 'expecting too much' from those who volunteer and sacrifice thier time to reach us all.

No wonder good people who want to do public service burn out and wither away just like that, when a few 'freeloaders' nag... and.. nag, as if those who voluntarily serve are in their 'payroll'. This mentality is old and we should learn to respect and encourage volunteerism.