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originally posted by: muse7
originally posted by: onequestion
a reply to: SkepticOverlord
But, but, but voter fraud doesn't happen. Everything is on the up and up! You can trust everyone! There isn't even money involved.
The video wasn't evidence of voter fraud.
It was evidence of apparent Election fraud which is rampant and widespread
originally posted by: ThichHeaded
Thus the reason I do not vote. My post above states alot.. what is the point in playing a game if there is already a winner?
This gives me more than enough reason to complain about the idiots in office.. see I didn't vote for them, you all did because I knew before the game started like WWE wresting the fix was in.
originally posted by: theantediluvian
1. You're 100% incorrect about LCD-based touchscreens not requiring calibration
As if the lefty blogosphere is pure as the wind-driven snow ...
If this is just hysterical right-wing vapors and the machines are merely improperly calibrated, then you would think some of those oh-so-smart folks on the left would simply prove it with their own video evidence.
After all, if this were something that simply switches votes because you hit the wrong spot on the screen, then anyone ought to be able to replicate the results and skew votes away from Democrats.
Or is this going to be like the epic non-existent video evidence of Emmanual Cleaver and James Clyburn getting spat upon and called racial slurs on his way to vote for Obamacare? A legend on the left that no one can produce evidence of despite the fact that the Congressman's own aides carried in camera phones to record the proceedings?
originally posted by: SkepticOverlord
a reply to: Subsonic
As I mentioned, flat-panle touch-screens do not require calibration. That excuse is a farce.