posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 03:21 PM
I don't think the title of the thread is the best but who cares. I found this picture on my Facebook news feed:
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Could this be something true? Can votes be voided if posted online?
If so, i got this idea: What if there is no chance of Obama or Romney winning... what if one of them is going to win no matter what. In order to do
that, there has to be no accurate record of the amount of voters for each, or else a big scandal would break lose because of the votes being
If someone votes for Obama or Romney, and posts their ballot online, now you have a record of someone who voted. So lets say 500 voters posted a
picture online of their ballot...then that gives solid evidence that 500 people voted for Obama. So lets say they announce that Obama had 250 votes
and Romney had 600, then there would be a big scandal cause there are 500 pictures of individual ballots for Obama that were posted online, making 250
be an impossible amount. Everyone would have to vote again or recount the votes.
What i'm trying to say is that maybe they don't want anyone/any source to have a record/evidence of a vote count. Therefore no one would have an
exact clue of the amount of voters for each candidate, resulting in a perfect solution for forcing one person to win, not because the majority voted
...You get me?
What do you think?