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Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?

 
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Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
The Republikan secretary of state is giving the go-ahead to illegally install uncertified ‘experimental’ software patches on electronic vote tabulation systems at the last minute s in 39 Ohio counties.

[link to www.salon.com]

If you've been keeping up with current events this may give you nightmarish flashbacks to the stolen years of the Bush Regime.
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11/05/2012 08:16 PM
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Re: Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
They will certainly try. Time will tell if they succeed.
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The Republikan secretary of state is giving the go-ahead to illegally install uncertified ‘experimental’ software patches on electronic vote tabulation systems at the last minute s in 39 Ohio counties.

[link to www.salon.com]

If you've been keeping up with current events this may give you nightmarish flashbacks to the stolen years of the Bush Regime.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27091438


Ghey scream of despair by OP is detected.
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11/05/2012 08:17 PM
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Re: Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
We can only hope so.
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11/05/2012 08:18 PM
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salon LOL.
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11/05/2012 08:25 PM
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Re: Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
Won't have to steal it this year
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Re: Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
The commie rat bastard democRats are shipping in
Somalis to vote in Ohio.

If Romney takes Ohio with all the voting fraud
going on, it will be a miracle on a par with the
parting of the Red Sea.

America really needs to split.
We'll give you the Northeast and California.
You can call it AmeriKa.
We'll also spring for the wall to keep you out of
America.
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11/05/2012 08:31 PM
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Re: Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
If the margin of win is big enough, the traitors in the democrat party can't cheat.
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11/05/2012 09:09 PM
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Re: Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
If the margin of win is big enough, the traitors in the Rethuglican Party can't cheat.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18308331


That's what happened in 2008.
The Democratic landslide made it practically impossible for the GOP to steal the election. Plus, with the economic collapse and the huge pile of shit that Bush left behind they probably didn't even really want the immense salvage and clean-up job that the presidency would entail..
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During the 2004 presidential election, the Free Press reported that election officials observed technicians from the ES&S voting machine company and Triad computer maintenance company installing uncertified and untested software patches on voting machines in 44 Ohio counties prior to the election. Software patches are usually installed to "update" or change existing software. These software patch updates were considered suspect by election protection activists, in light of all the voting machine anomalies found during the 2004 election in Ohio.
[link to www.freepress.org]
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During the 2004 presidential election, the Free Press reported that election officials observed technicians from the ES&S voting machine company and Triad computer maintenance company installing uncertified and untested software patches on voting machines in 44 Ohio counties prior to the election. Software patches are usually installed to "update" or change existing software. These software patch updates were considered suspect by election protection activists, in light of all the voting machine anomalies found during the 2004 election in Ohio.
[link to www.freepress.org]

gwdance
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11/05/2012 09:13 PM
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Re: Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
Dude,

remember the 2010 elections??????

Yeah, America is pissed.

Go Romney!
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Re: Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
The commie rat bastard democRats are shipping in
Somalis to vote in Ohio.

If Romney takes Ohio with all the voting fraud
going on, it will be a miracle on a par with the
parting of the Red Sea.

America really needs to split.
We'll give you the Northeast and California.
You can call it AmeriKa.
We'll also spring for the wall to keep you out of
America.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27093995


clappa
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11/05/2012 09:20 PM
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I sure hope so.
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Me too. Obama has been stealing our childrens' future for the last 4 years. In his own words; its playback time.
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11/05/2012 09:24 PM
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I sure hope so.
 Quoting: Super Bowl Dave


Me too. Obama has been stealing our childrens' future for the last 4 years. In his own words; its playback time.
 Quoting: ((focus)) 18121623


So you're a traitor and an enemy of democracy.
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11/05/2012 09:27 PM
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Re: Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
I wouldnt put it past them trying. Hopefully the courts will overturn the results if they try.
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Re: Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
salon LOL.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11159795


The Free Press has learned that Election Systems and Solutions (ES&S) installed the software patches that will affect 4,041,056 [OVER FOUR MILLION!] registered voters, including those in metropolitan Columbus and Cleveland (click here for spread sheet from verifiedvoting.org).

A call to the Ohio Secretary of State's office concerning the software patches was not returned by publication deadline. Previously, the Free Press requests for public records, including voting machine vendor contracts, have been stonewalled by Office Secretary of State John Husted's office through his public records officer Chris Shea. Through other channels, the Free Press has obtained and has posted the possibly illegal full contract online here (see page 17).

[link to www.freepress.org]
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In 2008 election under the auspices of Dem. Secy State Ken Blackwell, there were several precincts in Cleveland OH that counted more votes for Obama there there were registered voters in the precinct.

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I wouldnt put it past them trying. Hopefully the courts will overturn the results if they try.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20676524


The courts never overturn results.
It's too late to do anything about this but it's our civic duty to at least learn about what's going on.


This is why republikan officials CANNOT BE TRUSTED to carry out their duties overseeing elections. Katherine Harris, Ken Blackwell, John Husted.....all corrupt partisan hacks in my opinion.
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Re: Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
We can only hope so.
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Re: Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
In 2008 election under the auspices of Dem. Secy State Ken Blackwell, there were several precincts in Cleveland OH that counted more votes for Obama there there were registered voters in the precinct.

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 Quoting: Ralph--a house dog


Bullshit.

Ken Blackwell is a REPUBLIKAN party hack who stole the 2004 election in Ohio from John Kerry.

You don't know when you're being lied to.
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"The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries." - Winston Churchill
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11/05/2012 09:39 PM
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Re: Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
The contract specifically states that this software has not been and need not be reviewed by any testing authority at the state or federal level. Yet, it is installed on voting machines that will tabulate and report official election results, which Ohio law forbids. Based on the Free Press reading of the contract, this software is fully developed, being referred as versions 2.0.7.0 and 3.0.1.0. Thus the only thing making this software "experimental" is the fact that it has never been independently certified or tested.
[link to www.freepress.org]
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The controversial software will create simple .csv files like those produced by spreadsheet programs for input into the statewide tabulation system. According to the terms of the contract, data security is the responsibility of each local board of elections: "…each county will be responsible for the implementation of any security protocols" (see page 21 of the contract).

Most county boards of elections do not have their own IT departments and are reliant on private partisan contractors to maintain and program the electronic voting systems. These piecemeal implementations of security protocols would also be untested and uncertified.

Voting rights activists believe this whole scheme may create a host of new avenues of attack on the integrity of the electronic vote counting system. The untested and uncertified "experimental" software itself may be malware. Public trust in the electronic vote counting system has emerged as the key issue in the Ohio presidential election.
[link to www.freepress.org]
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Re: Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
OP, historically the Democrats have been the party of voter fraud. The Daley machine in Chicago put JFK over the top in 1960 with fraudulent votes. In '08 Obama campaign staffers registered out of their home states and cast two votes for Obama. I think they should have been prosecuted for a federal felony, which it was, but they were not. Southern Democrats used the white primary and literacy tests -- which were detailed tests on the constitution -- to keep black people from voting. So I think history tells us which party is more prone to cheat.

But I will agree with you on one thing. We should use paper ballots everywhere, not machines where results can be manipulated
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We can only hope so.
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agreed lol

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Re: Is the GOP stealing Ohio (again)?
The Republikan secretary of state is giving the go-ahead to illegally install uncertified ‘experimental’ software patches on electronic vote tabulation systems at the last minute s in 39 Ohio counties.

[link to www.salon.com]

If you've been keeping up with current events this may give you nightmarish flashbacks to the stolen years of the Bush Regime.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27091438


Thank you Mr. Axelrod, and now a word from our sponsor "Soro's Superlative Voting Software, Inc."
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GOP finds time for vote stealing in between child raping it seems

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