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robinlynne Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat May-21-11 06:40 PM
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47. so you think electronic voting is ok then? that it is just like the introduction of tv?
Then we disagree on the very basics of elections. Have you seen Clint Curtis' testimony in the Congressional hearing?

in Ohio, right after the 2004 election. he is a NASA computer programmer, and he testified that there is NO way to verify the accuracy of an electronic vote. he can easily create a virus which would change vote totals, then eat itself so it is not detectable by checking the software. period. he also testified that he was hired to do that in the Florida 2000 election.

you can not have a safe electronic election. one person in one second can make a program run on any one computer. As they are all connected to the central tabulator, the tabulation is easily changeable. There aren't any more Ei people who believe that electronic voting is safe, as far as I know. There was the open voting consortium, saying that open source code can be checked, therefor it is safe. but that was blown out of the water by CLint Curtis and others like him. Are you a computer guy?
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