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byronm Donating Member (376 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Nov-04-04 02:49 PM
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We need to blame ourselves for letting partisan companies develop these machines.

We need to blame ourselves for ignoring the process of creating, standardizing and testing these machines. Why was the house/senate and democratic leadership sitting on there asses while known hard right republican companies ran with the ball?

We CAN create a non partisan - NON profit and "Open Source" voting solution and its not just the democrats that need this - lets get the libertarians, the congressionals, the greens and other parties on board to develop a fair and AUDITABLE ELECTION SYSTEM.

Get rid of diebold and commercial voting business ONCE AND FOR ALL.

We have to adapt technology - we can't ignore it or blame it!
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