Once again Ben Swann comes through and cracks the case wide open, putting out facts among rumors.
The answer may surprise you, but most likely it will not.
The key piece of information here is the timing of Romney's presidential run announcement and HIG's investment into the e-voting machine company. No
matter what, the evidence points to a major conflict of interest.
edit on 25-10-2012 by eLPresidente because: (no reason given)
They might be changed by remote control for all we know. I think each one needs to be closely watched by both sides for illegalities and tampering. We
should all have the paper ballots including fingerprints, and vote by computer too, then compare numbers and make sure they match. I always pictured a
list of social security numbers, and peoples vote next to their number. That's it. No one could vote twice - one SS# one vote. I don't know why
it's so hard to count one vote. There's no problem clocking all my hours, my pay and telling me what I owe in income taxes to the penny but
you can't figure a way to secure my vote? Its just bizarre.
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