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Originally posted by Xcalibur254
On a cursory overview I can say without a doubt that this isn't mathematical proof, let alone undeniable. Excel graphs mean nothing. Just because the expected data did not match the actual data does not mean that significantly different. Where are the equations? Where is the data set? As someone who has done a number of studies involving surveys (which is essentially what voting is) I can tell you that it is exceedingly rare for your expected and actual data to match perfectly. When I get some more time I'll check the actual methodology to see if what the author is doing even makes sense.
Originally posted by YERWRONG
Does it really matter? Obama is going to win a second term anyway...even if its true, which im sure it is. What could anyone do about it?
reply to post by NeoVain
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
I hate to be real simplistic about this, but the solution seems real simple to me. Dump the gizmos and gadgets for voting and just return to the straight out punch or..even better...the open arrow you fill in with ink to indicate a choice. All on paper, all across the nation and without exception. What else is there? If technology leaves any questions, it's too many when the stakes are the control of a nation with the power or threat (if out of control) of a nation like the United States.
Oh...and dump the caucuses already. What a silly concept. It's always struck me as a back smokey room type approach. My state does a primary and it's run like every other election always is. Oh, and it's done on paper. 100%, at least in Southern Missouri. I believe it's statewide on that part. caucuses aren't even something I'd feel comfortable with attending. The whole thing just reeks of party insider...and I'm definitely not. Primaries are as open as anything and carry local issues to vote on at the same time here. It encourages people to come, not the opposite.
Just my thoughts...
Originally posted by Missing Blue Sky
I find these revelations very depressing. How do we keep trudging on with the knowledge TPTB will stop us at every turn?
Originally posted by Cassius666
Nobody talks about the voting boots and their Software and Hardware. There would lie the answer to wether the voting is faulty or not, or at least we could find out if the votes are sent off somewhere to be processed by an unkown code before being published.
A high interest for Paul on the internet and at rallies and a low turnout for Romney and forums that indicate he is no popular at all, are suspicious but not evidence.