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garybeck Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Nov-18-08 02:36 PM
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OH NO! It's starting to look like our nation's future could hang on Georgia's paperless DREs.
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Edited on Tue Nov-18-08 02:38 PM by garybeck
I'm not a man of predictions, but that magic number of 60 democratic senate seats is looming, and it's starting to look like Georgia's paperless Diebold DREs could play a major role in deciding the future of the nation.

It's looking more like Begich will win Alaska.

Experts are saying Franken has a very good chance of taking the recount in MN.

That leaves GA. Good old Georgia. Shit. that's the home of "robgeorgia.exe." It's one of the few states that is 100% paperless DREs - no way to conduct an audit or recount. And with no audit or recount possibility, it's a dream come true for hackers and riggers. It's the home of the infamous Max Cleland loss. It's the home of the infamous "clock upgrade" to the machines at the last minute which whistleblowers now say had nothing to do with clocks.

http://www.verifiedvoting.org/verifier/map.php?&ec=alla...

It may very well come down to the difference between 59 and 60 seats will be decided in the re-vote in Georgia which has one of the worst histories in terms of questionable and unverifiable results of elections in the past.





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