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originally posted by dubiousone
The point is the validity of the election. That your candidate "won" is beside the point. Speaking in support of the result doesn't address the issue. Validity of the election is a serious issue.
Originally posted by dawnstar
The voting process is the core of our government, if it's been compromised, our democracy is in serious danger.
NO SOLDIER SERVING IN OUR ARMED FORCES SHOULD EVER HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THEIR VOTE NOT BEING COUNTED....and this happened in 2000 ....they need to fix it.
Fahling said that a video of the confrontation showed Marcavage speaking through a bullhorn while he and his supporters were "being shouted down by irate gay activists."......................
However, city officials told the Philadelphia Inquirer that the video did not show the start of the confrontation, when they said Marcavage tried to interrupt an onstage performance with his preaching and then disobeyed a police order to move to the perimeter of the "block party" to avoid the potential for violence................
"They were not prohibited from preaching," said Karen Brancheau, a lawyer for the district attorney's office. "A reasonable request was made to prevent a situation from becoming dangerous to their own safety, as well as the safety of the participants.".......................
Originally posted by soficrow
Kidfinger says lose the Electoral College - someone else says no... Can we get some expansion here? Ie., explain whay or why not...
...Most say lose the electronic voting machines. Is there a way to keep them and have a verifiable trail? ....jsobecky pointed out that an election official could spoil a paper ballot just by marking a second choice - but at least 2 parties watch the coundt so I wonder if that's really possible...
Originally posted by Muaddib
Did you even think that if source codes were given to the public that there would be even more fraud?.....
I don't see any dictatorship in the horizon,
... people jump in saying it's Republicans and the Republican president doing this.... perhaps you should look from what states and what kind of judges are passing these laws that so many members in here are proclaiming to be unconstitutional.
Originally posted by dubiousone
Without having gone back to reread all the posts and linked resources, it occurs to me to ask: Were any or all of the suspect voting machines connected to the internet or a private network real-time during the voting process? In other words, did anyone have access to the numbers real-time as they were being compiled within the "black box" voting machines. Was there opportunity to intervene, without detection, to prevent an undesired result before the final tabulations were spat out?