Foreign election officials amazed by trust-based U.S. voting system

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posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 05:25 PM
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There were several things Nuri K. Elabbar noted about his visit to the polling station today. He is an observer from Libya's national election commission, who came to the US along with 60 other foreign observers to participate in a program run by the IFES.

Citing various reasons why the US process is so amazing, some visitors said that in some areas voters needed no ID to vote, could vote online or by mail, possibly contributing to fraud. Most of them agreed that in their countries, such an open voting system simply would not work.

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"It's an incredible system," said Nuri K. Elabbar, who traveled to the United States along with election officials from more than 60 countries to observe today's presidential elections as part of a program run by the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES). Your humble Cable guy visited polling places with some of the international officials this morning. Most of them agreed that in their countries, such an open voting system simply would not work.

The most often noted difference between American elections among the visitors was that in most U.S. states, voters need no identification. Voters can also vote by mail, sometimes online, and there's often no way to know if one person has voted several times under different names, unlike in some Arab countries, where voters ink their fingers when casting their ballots.




posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 05:44 PM
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Most of them agreed that in their countries, such an open voting system simply would not work.

It works here?!? Could've fooled me.



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 05:46 PM
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Well, we all knew it was covered in election fraud from top to bottom.. I mean really? voting by email?

I do kind of like the idea of signing your vote with an inked finger print, or maybe blood? I don't see how people can take this years election serious, with all the instances of reported fraud, the way they kept Ron Paul out of debates, and how they never really covered a third parties point of view, I know that I for one do not take it serious.



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 05:49 PM
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Originally posted by Daedal
There were several things Nuri K. Elabbar noted about his visit to the polling station today. He is an observer from Libya's national election commission, who came to the US along with 60 other foreign observers to participate in a program run by the IFES.

Citing various reasons why the US process is so amazing, some visitors said that in some areas voters needed no ID to vote, could vote online or by mail, possibly contributing to fraud. Most of them agreed that in their countries, such an open voting system simply would not work.

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"It's an incredible system," said Nuri K. Elabbar, who traveled to the United States along with election officials from more than 60 countries to observe today's presidential elections as part of a program run by the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES). Your humble Cable guy visited polling places with some of the international officials this morning. Most of them agreed that in their countries, such an open voting system simply would not work.

The most often noted difference between American elections among the visitors was that in most U.S. states, voters need no identification. Voters can also vote by mail, sometimes online, and there's often no way to know if one person has voted several times under different names, unlike in some Arab countries, where voters ink their fingers when casting their ballots.




The whole process is unreal, whacko electronic machines, internet and the third party electoral college allocation. It seems to me that any winner is a product of manipulation of the process, not the electorate.



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 05:58 PM
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They probably feel that way because they must be perfectly comfortable with the blatant attempts to influence or intimidate voters into voting for Obama at the polling places










posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 06:01 PM
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Let us be presented with some extra food for thought:

(a) Romney's son owns the company that makes the machines.

(b) Romney's son flew to Moscow with what the state controlled media there presented as a "threatening message."

(c) Even if one does not believe in the global order of things, or fraud, it is undeniable that the system in the United States is set up in such a way that it truly doesn't matter who gets to be the puppet.

(d) Please consider the presence of third party candidates.

(e) Russia gave $1.5 billion to various Middle Eastern countries for the purposes of updating their military capabilities.

(f) Putin "appointed" a new defense minister today. After some digging and cross examination this man can be linked back as a favorite of the planners.



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 06:08 PM
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wasn't there just a report about a touch screen voting machine that would register romney when the voter pressed obama.

he even posted it on youtube.



nothing wrong here folks. move along. at least this machine is kind enough to visually show you the switch. what about the ones that don't.

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posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 06:15 PM
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Hey look, here's another one.






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