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Botany Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Sep-28-11 07:06 AM
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58. Brad, In my opinion this was no mistake or glitch but ....
Edited on Wed Sep-28-11 08:05 AM by Botany
.... that the hardware in the voting machines were designed and installed so as to allow manipulation of the vote.
Because it is doubtful that this "glitch" just happened to be in the guts of the machine by random chance. This is no
accident or oversight in production of some kind of data processor and if you do not believe me go use your debit
card and buy a pack of gum and a coke at a CVS and then go down the street and access your account @ your bank's
Diebold ATM and ask for a print out of the last 10 transactions in your account and you will get a piece of paper that
will show you spent $2.35 just 20 minutes ago 2 miles away. So Diebold can build, install, and maintain systems
that are far more complex and yet we are to believe that a simple computer that just has to add 1 + 1 + 1 .....
has a built in security systems breech that allows for remote and untraceable manipulation of the integrity of
the data by accident? Please.


Voter suppression and actual manipulation of the vote has to be part of the standard operating procedures of the
Republican / Corporate / Right Wing playbook because without it except in places like Oklahoma, they would be
swept from power.
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