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Dynasty_At_Passes Donating Member (254 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Aug-19-05 04:54 AM
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139. I don't think its from Wikpedia.
All I know is it was compiled by a forensics group from answers.com and has never been refuted.

What I'm trying to get at, is if the stolen elections evidently conducted by both major parties are such a huge national issue why in the world is no one reporting about this?

Like the mountains of evidence here, yet no one is talking about it on TV in statistical terms.

In order to take elections seriously, one must be able to see the whole picture. What you have here is outright proof of people being bribed and coerced into doing very unethical, and other illegal things.

Legally, these machines should not even be in operation. Why? Well if you read the proof there, they are violating the voter protection clause and also were NEVER legally state certified.

Apparently they were all certified by Ciber systems and some other conducted ISO groups, who have never been questioned by federal authorities. They were endorsed by a rank and file committee called NASED.

Under that legal requirement, the equipment here was not secure nor even suitable for electing a city council person. Yet they are being dropped into cities left and right anyway, so how in the world could this get out of control so quickly?

What kind of conspiracy is this?
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