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Old August 31st, 2016, 01:28 PM   #11
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WTF does that have to do with my comments ?????
you brought up the 2000 election not me.
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Here's the one I mentioned.

WOMAN CRIES After Seeing How Easily Our Votes Are Stolen By Electronic Voting Machines [VIDEO] Ľ 100percentfedUp.com
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Old August 31st, 2016, 01:56 PM   #13
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you brought up the 2000 election not me.
And as USUAL you have completely missed the fucking point !!!!

THE POINT Dilbert, was that ONE PERSON, with access to the right computer could EASILY change the election results for a city, a county, even a whole state. The POINT was the database for the Diebold software WAS NOT ENCRYPTED. The results couldn't be changed from inside the Diebold software, but the database could be opened with something as simply as a text editor like NOTEPAD that comes on every windows computer sold.

If we have another situation like Florida, where the entire election came down the results of just two or three counties, 1 or 2 people could easily steal the entire election.

We may have already seen it. In Ohio there was some sort of ballot initiative to strip some power from the state's election commissioner. There's a news paper up there that has correctly predicted EVERY ELECTION within 3% for more than 30 years. EVERY SINGLE ELECTION and ZERO mistakes. They predicted this ballot initiative would pass by a 70% for, 30% against margin. Even as the election was happening their exit polling was showing it passing by a wide margin.

Oddly it LOST by 69% !!!! The ONLY error in 30 years ?? There is simply no way they could have been THAT wrong. Somebody got their hands on the right computer.
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They shouldn't allow electronic voting machines, finger prints, and DNA checking, only.
Actually you just can't trust them damn Democrats!
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Old August 31st, 2016, 02:01 PM   #15
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They shouldn't allow electronic voting machines, finger prints, and DNA checking, only.
Actually you just can't trust them damn Democrats!
Interesting that Bush won the only situation where it may have applied.
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Interesting that Bush won the only situation where it may have applied.
Not really


In 1824, John Quincy Adams was elected president despite not winning either the popular vote or the electoral vote. Andrew Jackson was the winner in both categories. Jackson received 38,000 more popular votes than Adams, and beat him in the electoral vote 99 to 84. Despite his victories, Jackson didnít reach the majority 131 votes needed in the Electoral College to be declared president. In fact, neither candidate did. The decision went to the House of Representatives, which voted Adams into the White House.

In 1876, Rutherford B. Hayes won the election (by a margin of one electoral vote), but he lost the popular vote by more than 250,000 ballots to Samuel J. Tilden.

In 1888, Benjamin Harrison received 233 electoral votes to Grover Clevelandís 168, winning the presidency. But Harrison lost the popular vote by more than 90,000 votes.

In 2000, George W. Bush was declared the winner of the general election and became the 43rd president, but he didnít win the popular vote either. Al Gore holds that distinction, garnering about 540,000 more votes than Bush. However, Bush won the electoral vote, 271 to 266.
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In 1824, John Quincy Adams was elected president despite not winning either the popular vote or the electoral vote. Andrew Jackson was the winner in both categories. Jackson received 38,000 more popular votes than Adams, and beat him in the electoral vote 99 to 84. Despite his victories, Jackson didnít reach the majority 131 votes needed in the Electoral College to be declared president. In fact, neither candidate did. The decision went to the House of Representatives, which voted Adams into the White House.

In 1876, Rutherford B. Hayes won the election (by a margin of one electoral vote), but he lost the popular vote by more than 250,000 ballots to Samuel J. Tilden.

In 1888, Benjamin Harrison received 233 electoral votes to Grover Clevelandís 168, winning the presidency. But Harrison lost the popular vote by more than 90,000 votes.

In 2000, George W. Bush was declared the winner of the general election and became the 43rd president, but he didnít win the popular vote either. Al Gore holds that distinction, garnering about 540,000 more votes than Bush. However, Bush won the electoral vote, 271 to 266.
Adams, Hayes and Harrison were elected using ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINES ???????????????????????????????
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Adams, Hayes and Harrison were elected using ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINES ???????????????????????????????
Makes you want to shake your head, doesn't it.
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Interesting that Bush won the only situation where it may have applied.
It also explains how Obama got elected.....twice!!
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