Tuesday, November 20, 2012

It's Not Who Votes That Counts, It's Who Counts The Votes

Looks like Anonymous stopped the election from being stolen in 2012. According to their press release they installed firewalls in the FuckingRepublican's system designed to flip the votes in Ohio, Virginia, and Florida. That may be the reason Rove freaked out when they announced that Ohio had gone for Obama. Interesting that Ohio's election computer system crashed at the same time this election night as it did on election night in 2004. In 2004 when the system came back up aWol had the most votes even tho exit polls showed Kerry leading. I've thought that the election in 2004 was stolen in Ohio and it looks like that was the first run for hacking the system to flip the vote. This time they needed more and set it up for more states. But even with these three states RMoney would have come up short!!  

One of the things I've worried about ever since they started using touch-screen voting machines with no paper trail is that someone could hack into the system and flip the vote to steal the election.  Or just put in the votes they want to get the result they want.

There are articles in Salon, Examiner.com, and a number of others when I googled this. One of the hits that came up is the drudge report, but I didn't bother to look at it. I have never looked at that POS, and I don't intend to start now.

And this from truthout.org.


  1. Always maintained that Bush was never elected. There were a number of articles and papers that looked at the votes and the exit polls in Ohio and said that statistical analysis showed that there was NO way that they were simply polling error.
    Wait until 2016. THAT is the one they really want.

  2. Federal elections should be federally monitored and standardized by federal law. One political party should not be in charge of voting regulations or supervision.
    the Ol'Buzzard


No Anonymous comments,it's not that hard to think of a nom de plume.