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Too little, too late!
1 posted on 11/13/2012 8:31:09 PM PST by Kevin in California
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To: Kevin in California

Definitely not “too late,” because I think I saw this video back in 2006(?).


2 posted on 11/13/2012 8:36:31 PM PST by 1rudeboy
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To: patriot8; RedMDer; smoothsailing; Kevin in California

PING


3 posted on 11/13/2012 8:37:16 PM PST by onyx (FREE REPUBLIC IS HERE TO STAY! DONATE MONTHLY! IF YOU WANT ON SARAH PALIN''S PING LIST, LET ME KNOW)
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To: Kevin in California

Anything is possible... loose lips sink ships?

Guaranteed that someone is laughing and boasting over a drink. All that has to happen is have the wrong ears present.... or the right woman!

Evidence is evidence.


4 posted on 11/13/2012 8:40:36 PM PST by himno hero (hadnuff)
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To: Kevin in California
Too late suckers :

Ohio food stamps for low income families will be reduced in January 2013 (only told after the election)(examiner, November 12, 2012)

5 posted on 11/13/2012 8:42:16 PM PST by sickoflibs (How long before cry-Bohner caves to O again? They took the House for what?)
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To: Kevin in California

This is what I have been hoping for. For the recent election. James O’Keefe as a computer programmer telling us someone wanted to hire him to use such a program.

Let it come to light, if it has happened, Lord!


7 posted on 11/13/2012 9:08:16 PM PST by firebrand
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To: Kevin in California

So He says he did this for a Republican?


8 posted on 11/13/2012 9:11:41 PM PST by Revel
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To: Kevin in California

I think there was fraud. But I also think Dems used some sort of data mining to pick up new young voters to replace the ones they lost from ‘08. I saw young voters at my polling place, some were in the wrong place so I’m guessing its the first time they voted. It looked like there was little old time electioneering going on. Often the local politicians stand outside the polling place and greet you. Goes back to the Chicago Dem days, they wanted to make sure you were showing up. You had to if you wanted your garbage picked up and snow removed. No one outside the polling place this time. Dems must be loving these new young low information voters. They don’t appear to expect anything in return for their vote. They are more interested in keeping their abortion or sticking it to the evil white rich guys.


9 posted on 11/13/2012 9:13:08 PM PST by Fu-fu2
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To: Kevin in California
This is such a simple thing to fix.
All you have to do is:
- Write the software and compile is as a single executable
and
- equip the voting machine with a permanent ROM (not writable) that does an MD5 hash check on the software that boots... no match? = no boot.

This would prevent any tampering of the software after it has been hash checked at the time of manufacture.

THEN, you would need to standardize all machines across the board, mandate every state use the same one. Once the baseline is secured, established and verified, there can be no tampering of code.

The real problem is, the voters are the only ones who want it fixed and fair... so efforts to secure the systems will never be of interest to those who can actually make it happen.

16 posted on 11/13/2012 11:00:28 PM PST by FunkyZero (... I've got a Grand Piano to prop up my mortal remains)
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To: Kevin in California

There needs to be a complete reworking of the voting system in America. I live in a sparsely populated area in Tennessee. We moved to this county in May and registered to vote in June. We also kept our house in a neighboring county where we retained city property voting rights. We registered for our city voting rights in September. So we voted in our local precinct in our county, then went and voted our city property rights vote where our rent house is. At our local precinct, I was on the books, but my husband wasn’t, even though they had sent him a voting card. He had to cast a provisional ballet. First ever in our county, they said. Anyway, we went on to town to vote our property rights and neither one of us was on the books. I guess I should make it clear that we voted the city election only where we have our rent house. But anyway, the counting card for one of the small towns in our county didn’t work so our vote totals didn’t get turned in till sometime Wednesday. What a mess!


18 posted on 11/14/2012 4:15:02 AM PST by beckysueb
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