|Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] (Fwd) Fwd: Review of Computer Vote Rigging:
|On Sun, 2005-11-20 at 22:06, Mark Simko wrote:
> It is not about liberal & conservatives. Nor Republican & Democrat.
> It is about the need for open source software in our voting machine
> systems. Without that, liberty and the will of the people are too easily
> It has been the radical conservatives that have had the shrill over-
> reactions, and have been doing so for many years. Yet they are the
> ones that accuse others of the very same unacceptable behavior.
> Your reaction is uncivilized, and unintelligent. I doubt your thought
> processes are any more organized.
Steve was over the top, but the post you sent was about investigations
into various republican politicians relating to election fraud.
The fact is that election fraud is a long practiced tradition in this
country, and far more associated with the Machine politics which
dominate nearly every Democratic district. I'm all for opening up ALL
the electoral districts again, not just the conveniently chosen
districts in Ohio and Florida. Lets blow open Chicago, Kansas City,
Manhattan, California, and see what crawls out.
I will never forget Dinkens holding out until the last minute expecting
some kind of election fraud perpetrated by Bill Lynch and Sonny Carson
to pull out the Guilliani/Dinkins mayoral race a few years back.
You have to love it.
Meanwhile, remember when you go to the polls, vote Early and vote OFTEN