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With the election only 16 days away, ABC World News worries "about another Florida style ballot fiasco" in tonight's e-voting segment. One major concern, it seems, is that e-voting machine maker Diebold's source code is turning up in random mail boxes, as BRADBLOG posted last Thursday. Yet, despite this latest revelation coming on the heels of a Princeton study evidencing the ease in which Diebold machines could be hacked, Diebold maintains everything is peachy.
Originally posted by Regenmacher
Makes you wonder how makers of ATMs since the 1980's can make such a disaster in a voting machine, unless it was on purpose.
Originally posted by jsobecky
It's at times like this that I can understand somebody believing that I am wearing blinders for continuing to believe that it was nothing more than sheer incompetence on the part of Diebold. It's just that the alternative is too devastating to contemplate.
Originally posted by Agit8dChop
why would you give the enemy proof of election fraud?
unless you want to frame them?