Who Counts your Votes? This book published back in 1992
November 9, 2002 12:16 AM   Subscribe

Who Counts your Votes? This book published back in 1992 is a good launching pad to begin the quest regarding elections and election fraud in America. Joseph Stalin had a saying: ``Those who cast the votes decide nothing. Those who count the votes decide everything.'' When I voted on November 5, I was handed a little card stuck it in to a Diebold voting machine and presto all the votes I submitted were counted correctly right? Well I'm not sure after I read the article Diebold: The face of modern balloting at http://www.bartcop.com/110702otter.htm and some of the articles at http://www.votefraud.org/. Perhaps we Americans have handed a bit to much over to computers and the people who own the companies that make the computers and that write the code. Perhaps to restore faith in our Democracy its time to to go back a simple hand counted system, with observers from multiple parties stationed in the local precincts counting the paper ballots.
posted by thedailygrowl (3 comments total)
A testimonial letter on the site is dated April 15, 1001. Yes, 1001. I quote: "The Universe has ways of bringing us valuable and meaningful information!" Fortunately for us, the Universe provides this information in print and VHS!
posted by josephtate at 1:43 AM on November 9, 2002

Quid custodiet ipsos custodes?
posted by nthdegx at 3:19 AM on November 9, 2002

Or the old Canadian method: a show of hands, in a bar no less!
posted by Dark Messiah at 8:06 AM on November 9, 2002

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