Malcolm Riddoch wrote:
>On Thursday, December 25, 2003, at 12:52 PM, Anthony Crifasi wrote:
>>You do realize that it is the democrats who have been pushing the
>>electronic voting system here ever since they blamed their loss in 2000
>>on the ambiguous holes in Florida's paper ballots?
>yeah, brilliant point Anthony, and as I said, hilarious. Not quite what
>they were all expecting obviously which is the whole point of the scandal.
>Or are you suggesting this is some sort of gigantic left wing conspiracy?
No conspiracy, just stupidity. If someone can't figure out a damn paper
ballot, do the democrats expect them to be less intimidated by modern
electronics just because the colors are pretty?
>... Mein Gott Mr Crifasi, who's to say you're not actually right, again!
>Tricky bastards those Democrats, getting the systems up and running then
>kicking up a conspiracy stink about computer fraud (
), even enlisting leftist
>elements at John Hopkins University ( http://avirubin.com/vote.pdf
>then outrageously giving Democrat seats away to Republicans (
>obviously in order to set the GOP up for another fall. Those poor
>Republicans aren't gonna know what hit them.
>Trust you to get right to the heart of the matter, as always. But if I
>were you I'd start lobbying now in order to secure the transparency and
>fairness of the electoral system before these Democrat traitors do any
>more damage. Imagine what could happen come the presidential election with
>Democrats controlling the audit process free of any oversight whatsoever!
>You'd have a Democratic controlled Congress and Presidency with Democrats
>already installed in a majority of state governorships. This is nothing
>short of a criminal takeover bid, a Democrat coup!
That conspiracy theory is more believable than several I've read here about
Strauss and Halliburton.
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