04 Elections Still Under Fire 2 Years Later
An examination of Palm Beach County's electronic voting machine records from the 2004 election found possible tampering and tens of thousands of malfunctions and errors, a watchdog group said Thursday
They just don't give up do they. How about Maryland? How bout Ohio? How about accepting the fact that the supreme court ruled its all over. There's a time limit on elections: jerks. Either move forward or get over it.
BlackBoxVoting.org describes itself as a nonpartisan but only challenges red states. How does that work?
"It was impossible to determine what information was altered or if votes were shifted among candidates." So why are you still bitching years later? Either replace the system or quit your bitching. Maybe if the vote tabulation machine wern't made by heavy democrat donors someone would care.
Maybe if democrats didn't describe any change in the voting machines as "catastrophic." "Democratic leadership continued to criticize Ehrlich yesterday,... calling the governor's demand for voting paper trails last-minute and inconsistent with his previous opinions."So they'll bitch about the vote being innacurate
but when the fat hits the fire:
"We've already spent a lot of money on the system," . "We would literally be throwing it away." OH NO....
"unjustifiably undermine public confidence in the integrity of the state election process."
"Ehrlich also called on lawmakers to postpone plans to offer early voting because he was concerned that having the polls open days before Election Day would leave the systems susceptible to fraud. Democrats said they didn't agree and planned to move forward."
When the illegal votes favor dems it all 'good enough' but when the votes favor republicans: "I actually think there's enough votes in play in Florida that it's anybody's guess who actually won the presidential race."