Stretching to make a point, Joan Vennochi today ventures into nutroot absurdity:
Kerry - the Democratic presidential nominee still haunted by how the votes were counted in Ohio in 2004...
This is pure buncombe, unless Joan means that Kerry is haunted by the fact that he received fewer votes than Bush. To my knowledge, not once has John Kerry ever claimed that Ohio was stolen from him in 2004.
In fact if any state was stolen in the 2004 election, the most likely suspect is Wisconsin, where more than 100,000 voters registered by mail in the weeks before the election and on election day itself, and by law were placed on the rolls even though virtually none of them responded to official requests for verification. Kerry won Wisconsin by less than 12,000 votes out of 3,000,000 votes cast.