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Cheating the machine / The perils of electronic voting go on display

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on October 4th, 2006 9:50 am by HL

Get ready for the biggest vote fraud scandal ever this election day. The Republicans are counting on it as the only way to keep congress, and they will.

Cheating the machine / The perils of electronic voting go on display

Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Excerpt:
The mechanism at issue seems innocuous, so much so that many people don’t take the threat seriously. After the debacle of the hanging chads and much else in the 2000 presidential election, Congress passed the Help America Vote Act, which required states to replace the patchwork of old voting machines with modern computerized systems.

The remedy may yet prove more dangerous than the disease — and on Thursday Congress got a compelling demonstration of why.

Appearing before the House Administration Committee, Edward W. Felten, a professor of computer science and public affairs at Princeton University, showed how he could put a virus on an electronic voting machine — a Diebold AccuVote-TS — so that it would wrongly record votes. He said he purchased keys to the unit on the Internet.

H.L.s Take
The Help America Vote Act which I am sure many democrats voted for was typical Bush, name the bill the exact opposite of what it does. Its been 6 years since Al Gore won the Presidency, since then Dems have been cheated out of dozens elections, but ABSOLUTELY REFUSE to even mention it. I personally asked John Kerry about it and he said “We’ll have to look into it” but they haven’t. So expect the democrats to lose big again despite all the s**t that is going on with Iraq, and Republican pedophilia. Then the democrats will whine “who could have predicted massive voter fraud” as they lick Bush’s sack one more time.

One Response to “Cheating the machine / The perils of electronic voting go on display”

  1. lmz90028 Says:

    It will be interesting to see what Congress does in the face of this evdience. Since it’s controlled by Repubs, my guess is…nothing.