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BeFree Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Nov-22-10 01:24 PM
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28. well Bill
Edited on Mon Nov-22-10 01:25 PM by BeFree
Where we are now is a deep hole.

What I am getting at is a new beginning. A new law. A counter measure.

If we can get a law that makes for a 10% audit of every machine, we might stand a chance of accuracy.

What we have now is nothing. And all this jibber-jabber just makes for a confusing situation.
Just look at this discourse here amongst us. We three have been at it for sometime and I'll bet a newcomer reading here is thinking: WTF?

Experts have said that a 10% audit of each and every machine count would give us all a greater confidence. It is simple, and it is doable in every voting place in the country.

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