Sunday, January 22, 2006

Voting fraud gets harder to hide

Better late than never, the WaPo weighs in on Diebold and finds it lacking a certain something, that being a truly securable voting tally system. The details of tests on the system in Florida reveal the frightening ease with which the system can be hacked.

Couple this with previous reports of irregularities and the recently released statistical study showing the irregularities were of sufficient quantity to alter the outcome of the 04 elections, and it adds up to an election scandal of epic proportions, being for all practical purposes ignored or dismissed as conpiracy theory by the MSM -- until now.

From BradBlog who has been relentlessly breaking new ground on this issue for months on end, comes this rumor.
We've heard tell of another major news organization that may soon roll out legitimate coverage of these matters as well.
As Brad says, "Can it be that we are finally not alone? Stay tuned..."
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2 Comments:

Blogger Michael E. Wilkin said...

The Democrats are not going to push this issue further simply because the their hands are just as dirty as their rivals. Look at Chicago or Detroit, then talk to me about voter fraud,

12:40:00 PM  
Anonymous Libby said...

Then it's up to us non-partisan complainers to push the issue until it's addressed.

10:48:00 AM  

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