In light of the coming election, which is now being advertised by the mainstream media to be the most important election since 1932, I thought a
reminder of the "problems" with electronic voting might be in order. SO, here is a link to the first part of "Hacking Democracy", an HBO
Bev Harris of Blackboxvoting has devoted her life to fair vote counting. Here is a link to her site.
And a link to some trailers for the documentary itself
I searched for this topic here and found a few postings, but not much attention at all. I think it's vitally important that we all understand how
easily an election can be fudged. Now, more than ever we need to be vigilant and do SOMETHING, even if it's sitting at your pc watching the vote
counts come in and taking screen shots. Lord knows we need all the hepl we can get. Please take the time to look into this. It affects every single
one of us.
Mods, if I screwed anything, apologies in advance. I'm still learning. Thanks.
The United States presidential election of 1932 took place as the effects of the 1929 Stock Market Crash and the Great Depression were being felt
intensely across the country. President Hoover's popularity was falling as voters felt he was unable to reverse the economic collapse, or deal with
prohibition. Franklin D. Roosevelt saw that Hoover's failure to deal with these problems could be used as a platform for his own election, promising
reform in his policy called the New Deal. Although vague about how he would remedy the situation, Roosevelt won by a landslide, and this "critical
election" marked the collapse of the Fourth Party System or Progressive Era. The voters soon were realigned into the Fifth Party System, dominated by
Roosevelt's New Deal Coalition.
i told you all , mccain will be the next president wether you like it or not wether you vote for or against. mccain will win. the powers at be will
see to that one, no matter what. mccain the puppet to the powers, you will see. mccain the next president. you know what , i will not vote for mccain
or obama. i would rather vote for someone on ats for the president.
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