All seriousness aside. The facts are in. Our electronic voting process is not secure. A talented group can hack and hide the fact that they were even
there. This situation was intentionally over the top but, what if they simply make a few minor adjustments? Oh you can say in our current election
cycle that "they" are out to blacklist Ron Paul. (Shhh here he comes duck down.) Even to make Newt ride the roller coaster of confusion.(I'm winning.
Awwww. I'm winning. Awwww.) OR, to make Romney pound the glass ceiling (I can win just love me!) I can't think of anything funny for Santorum,
I think this implies far more than that. We the people have been jabbed in the speech center of the brain. I have no supporting facts that actual
fraud and voter tampering have been committed. (If I did I would be famous.) However, this "test" does raise a big red flag for me.
They don't but, the point is the security risks of any electronic voting system. This e-vote scenario is just an example of vulnerability.
I realize your point and perhaps should have been more specific but, I figured everyone could draw a parallel between this "test" and our current
electronic voting system. ANY programming can be hacked.
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