posted on Nov, 13 2004 @ 09:09 AM
Well the buzz of voter fraud seems to abound. Take for example the last Bill Maher Show where he had Susan Serrandin(sp) on. He asked her what the
most important issue was in the country. She stated "Voter fraud." Maher, acting shocked(acting mind you), probed further to find the response of
"something big is about to happen." So is it?
How deep does this rabbit hole go? Here's a bit of an article that deals with thoughts on how deep it could go, deep in Bush's back pocket it
The American vote-count is controlled by three major corporate players -- Diebold, ES&S, and Sequoia -- with a fourth, Science Applications
International Corporation, coming on strong. These companies -- all of them hardwired into the Bushist Party power grid -- have been given billions of
dollars by the Bush Regime to complete a sweeping computerization of voting machines nationwide by the 2004 election. These glitch-riddled systems --
many using "touch-screen" technology that leaves no paper trail at all -- are almost laughably open to manipulation, according to corporate
whistleblowers and computer scientists at Stanford, Johns Hopkins and other universities.
The technology had a trial run in the 2002 midterm elections. In Georgia, serviced by new Diebold systems, a popular Democratic governor and senator
were both unseated in what the media called "amazing" upsets, with results showing vote swings of up to 16 percent from the last pre-ballot
Taken from the full article here.
So, my question is this: Is this a fraudulent effort to control our elections in your opinion?