And that, along with a video, represents the sum of the evidence that is being presented to "prove" that Rove and the GOP attempted to perpetrate electoral fraud. If you believe this, then you're as dumb as the wingnuts who believed in "death panels." Read the inferences some are making:
The skeptics among us might be quick to dismiss this story, but I say not so fast. We do know that Anonymous exists, and they have been adept at penetrating servers. They have revealed gaping security holes, disabled websites in the name of a free and open internet, and even launched cyber attacks against the Pentagon. They stole NYPD surveillance video of OWS protesters. Though unconfirmed, they claim to have stolen one million Apple UDIDs from an FBI laptop. There is no doubt that Anonymous, however ambiguous or loosely affiliated it may be, is real. And frankly they have proven themselves to be less bullshit prone than our politicians and broadcast media outlets.
I'll bet an advanced civilization from Alpha Centauri could manage the task too. Why not just attribute it to them? It's just as possible. This is a classic example of an Appeal to Probability fallacy. Just because something could happen means it must happen.
Even Thom Hartman gets in on the act.
Pending further "evidence," this will remain in the loony bucket.