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Some details of Curtis' statements don't check out. West Palm Beach city didn't use touch-screen machines in 2000, something Curtis didn't know when Wired News spoke to him. It was the pregnant chad controversy in that year's presidential election that led Palm Beach county, where West Palm Beach resides, to replace its much-maligned punch-card system with touch-screen machines made by Sequoia Voting Systems in December 2001.
Adam Stubblefield, a graduate student in computer science at Johns Hopkins University who co-authored a now-famous report (.pdf) about Diebold's voting machine code last year, thinks the chances that Curtis' code was used in a voting machine are nil.
"(Curtis) clearly didn't have the source code to any voting machine, and his program is so trivial that it would be much easier to rewrite it than to rework it," said Stubblefield.
Stubblefield also found fault in Curtis' statement that any malicious code would be detected in a source code review. This would be true only for unsophisticated malicious code, like Curtis' prototype.
There's really no need to debate the subject.
And are a highly skewed sample.
Google the people that are complaining about voter irregularities right now. They are in abundance.
I thought it was the machines weren't accepting votes in many cases.
Houston voting polls have switched to paper because the irregularities.
You mean tactics? Yes, politics is all about that sort of thing and if you think the Republicans don't do it you are deluded. Politicians have used tactics since politics was invented. Until someone figures out how to have a democracy without politicians being involved, it's not going to change.
Look at the level the DNC went to control the primaries.
I haven't seen anything illegal, even in the limited context provided. Unethical, possibly. Probably.
Or the illegal tactics they used that were exposed in the Project Veritas videos.
Well if they actually voted in both places the people who did so would be committing voter fraud, yes. Giving them a ride, not so much.
So you're saying that bussing in voters from Michigan into Indiana to vote is not voter fraud?
That was admitted on tape in the Veritas tapes. That person has since resigned.
Actually, that's not entirely clear.
The Hillary Clinton campaign working directly with Democracy Partners is a violation of campaign law.
Vague allegations and innuendo? I'm sure you could.
I could list these all day.
Yeah, well, when subjected to Gish galloping one sometimes has no other choice.
You seem to cherry pick points of reference to rebut, while leaving other topics in the dark.
They admitted to bussing in voters. The man working for the Hillary Campaign resigned over his allegations in the videos.
Actually, It's not me who believes everything they are told.
I liken you to a kid that just refuses to believe that Santa isn't real.