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Land Shark Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-21-06 01:59 PM
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32. there are very few NEW laws needed; litigation recognizes invalidity
of the present electronic voting system. Once it's gone, what are "paper trails" for? Asking for laws is putting the people on their knees when they are supposed to control the government and elections are the very process by which the government gets it's legitimacy. SO much begging is very bad for real democracy.
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