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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Does anybody doubt that liberals play to their base by using fear tactics? Take todays HuffPo headline, for instance. They want to stoke the Diebold flames so that when their candidates get pummeled, they can scream that it wasnt fair.
The intent with this headline is to convince the moonbats that the election is rigged in Allens favor against Webb, since Webb's name gets cut off on the ballot.

Except for one small detail... Webb's name does not get cut off on the ballot. The error shows up only on the summary page, where voters are asked to review their selections before hitting the button to cast their votes. Webb's full name appears on the page where voters choose for whom to vote.

Expect to see a lot of these dirty tricks in the next two weeks.


Blogger joe said...

I find myself at a loss to see how an accurate report of a voting machine's glitch is a "dirty trick" all you have to do is read the article to find out that it's just on the summary page.

The point simply is that there continue to be wierd glitches in the "safe and secure" electronic voting machines, and as usual the manufacturers are at a loss to explain them.

This time the glitch effected a democrat, next time it may well be a republican, as an independant I just want them to work. I would hope everyone wants them to work, but somehow I get the idea that you're okay with malfunctioning voting machines. How can that possibly be?

Do you know something I dont?

10:59 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

Joe, the vote was counted. Nobody will have their vote disenfranchised.

8:44 AM  
Blogger joe said...

Yes, the votes during the trial run were reported accurately, yet an unexplained glitch, granted a very minor one, still occured within supposedly secure and tested machines. It has been proven that the electronic voting machines are hackable before the election, during the election, after the election and during the tabulation stage. I suggest as many as possible vote early and do so on paper ballots, it takes a bit more time, but at least it's unalterable, it limits any shennanigans to the tabulation stage, and the less opportunity for corruption the better.

oh yeah, vote out all incumbents.

12:57 AM  
Blogger joe said...

I hope I'm being clear on this, I want secure voting, I dont care who any foul play helps, I dont want the vote corrupted. I've thought about this a great deal, and as I know know how to hack a diebold machine, (only by reading how on the internet) it stands to reason that hundred of thousands, if not millions of others also have this knowledge. I'm not trying to goad fear here, but what if 4 people in any given district chose to act on this knowledge? If they didn't work together who knows the chaos it could cause? If they did work together, we would have even worse corruption.

This democracy needs a shot in the arm, vote out all incumbants, democrat, republican, it doesn't matter, get them out.

1:06 AM  

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