I'm not sure about this year, but at least in 2010 ALL e-voting systems manufacturers were run by active partisan Republicans. And yes, some have expressed their sentiment that it is their job to deliver the victory to the Republican presidential candidate.Now do you understand why I want to see a Boston (and elsewhere) Voting Machine Party?(I may post this one at my place, with credit to you of course.)
OMG - I just viewed the Kos article, and that's MY voting machine mfgr! Harris County bought its voting machines from Hart InterCivic!Grrrr...
Can I dress up as an American Indian with war paint when I drop the electronic voting machine in the bay?.. actually, I'm in a totally Democrat area of California so I don't think there will be any shenanigans or malarkey...
The whole point is that if Rmoney's henchmen own the voting machines, it may not matter how Democratic your region is. FWIW, Houston (the city, not the 8-county metro area) is Democratic as well, because so many minorities live in (mostly depressed) parts of the city itself. But if the machines are rigged, that may not matter.What-the-hell, neither major party's presidential candidate seems predisposed to save Social Security or Medicare. I suppose it's my duty to vote ineffectually, then go home and die uncomplainingly. (Cocks imaginary shotgun on lap...)
GAH! ... no, I meant any weirdness would stand out like a sore thumb. They would do their evil machinations in swing areas where shifts to the Republicans wouldn't be so unusual. And put that shotgun down!
"And put that shotgun down!"It's imaginary, and I'm not planning on pointing it at myself... :-)Since the 2000 sElections, I have been exTREMEly intolerant of voting anomalies. And every one of them I've seen to date has been perpetrated by GOPers. Their hardcore criminality is not limited to the financial industry!(Looks like an easy CAPTCHA. Bet you a quarter I get it wrong...)
(IOU one quarter.)
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