posted on Sep, 5 2005 @ 12:00 PM
Originally posted by Jeremiah25
Why the need for elaborate machines or software when the simpler version will work just as well, if not better? Is it that there would be too many to
count? That is why we have independent counters to count the ballots here in Australia.
As I said, paper works well. Perhaps one of the Americans here can explain to me why you use machines instead?
I personally think it's more sinister then what vagabond thinks.
As I've seen proof with my own eyes that a software developer said before a court that he made voting software which swayed people's votes over to
one side. It did just more then sway a vote to one side, there were a few devious tricks that he created for his boss so his boss and that company
wouldn't lose the million dollar contract...
And this is people's votes we're talking about here! A person's own choice, of which these people/senator's and business people didn't give a
rats ass about.
Ralph Nader is right about big companies running the show... And on a very very large scale.
So anyway, this guy told the judge that he created software for the voting machines, and admitted it is better this way to rig an election as it
leaves no paper trial behind... People in the court room were in such disbelief.. I'll find the video if your interested in listening to him
And this was for the 2005 election.
Having Paper ballots would leave people with a choice, but we can't have that... The elected are elected by their cronies and big money. Not the
Like a book said on the cover, our enemies aren't on the battlefields in military uniform, but rather in suits and ties.
[edit on 5-9-2005 by TrueLies]