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Reply #2: And weren't the OpScan cheerleaders saying that paper ballots were available if there were any ?s. [View All]

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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-15-10 01:24 AM
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2. And weren't the OpScan cheerleaders saying that paper ballots were available if there were any ?s.
So where are those faux-election-integrity types?

Have we heard a single peep out of NYVV save for a few bots bleeting nonsense about nothing to see here so move on?

I'll tell you where Bo & Co. are. Huddled in the corner they painted themselves into, soiling their knickers. They've got a SERIOUS no-win situation on their hands. They're likely praying we accept the computer-determined result in a thin-margined race and forget about it. How verified of them. Of course we could recount--by hand. In that case, we'll know the true winner--except for ballot security issues we're also exposed to. And regardless of the winner, tons of money will have to be spent to verify the results of a system that costs tons of money and, even with a paltry 3% audit, shows errors outside the HAVA/VVSG spec.

Come on Mr. Lipari. Come on down and sell us some more of your software dependent snake oil.

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