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Reply #46: I think who they are and what they do is self-evident within the realm of industry associations. [View All]

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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat May-21-11 05:21 PM
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46. I think who they are and what they do is self-evident within the realm of industry associations.
These are not "watch-dogs". They're in their own world and they defend it and cover up for it. They don't rely on the manufacturers as sole income sources, at the same time.

Meanwhile, the conspiracy that is computer voting is the same conspiracy that brought us any other technological evolution. Doesn't make it OK. But it's as much a dark force as the one that brought TV into the home.

So you can be sure they deserve your scrutiny, and even outrage, and most certainly, your informed response.

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