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  • i see how bush had so many votes,election stolen again, cnn link

    http://www.cnn.com/2004/TECH/11/03/e....ap/index.html

    FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida (AP) -- Voters nationwide reported some 1,100 problems with electronic voting machines on Tuesday, including trouble choosing their intended candidates.

    The e-voting glitches reported to the Election Protection Coalition, an umbrella group of volunteer poll monitors that set up a telephone hotline, included malfunctions blamed on everything from power outages to incompetent poll workers.

    But there were also several dozen voters in six states -- particularly Democrats in Florida -- who said the wrong candidates appeared on their touchscreen machine's checkout screen, the coalition said.

    In many cases, voters said they intended to select John Kerry but when the computer asked them to verify the choice it showed them instead opting for President Bush, the group said.

    Ralph G. Neas, president of People for the American Way Foundation, which helped form the coalition, called the summary screen problem "troubling but anecdotal."

    He and other voting rights advocates said the disproportionate number of Democrats reporting such problems was probably due to higher awareness of voter protection coalitions.

    "Overall, the problems of outright voter intimidation and suppression have not been as great as in the past," Neas said.

    But the reports did highlight computer scientists' concerns about touchscreens, which they say are prone to tampering and unreliable unless they produce paper records for recounts.

    Roberta Harvey, 57, of Clearwater, Florida, said she had tried at least a half dozen times to select Kerry-Edwards when she voted Tuesday at Northwood Presbyterian Church.

    After 10 minutes trying to change her selection, the Pinellas County resident said she called a poll worker and got a wet-wipe napkin to clean the touch screen as well as a pencil so she could use its eraser-end instead of her finger. Harvey said it took about 10 attempts to select Kerry before and a summary screen confirmed her intended selection.

    Election officials in several Florida counties where voters complained about such problems did not return calls Tuesday night.

    A spokesoman for the company that makes the touchscreen machines used in Pinellas, Palm Beach and two other Florida counties, Alfie Charles of Sequoia Voting Systems Inc., said the machines' monitors may need to be recalibrated periodically.

    The most likely reason the summary screen showed wrong candidates was because voters pushed the wrong part of the touch screen in the first place, Charles said.

    He said poll workers are trained to perform the recalibration whenever a voter says the touchscreen isn't sensitive enough.

    "Voters will vote quickly and they'll notice that they made an error when they get to the review screen. The review screen is doing exactly what it needs to do -- notifying voters what selections are about to be recorded," Charles said. "On a paper ballot, you don't get a second chance to make sure you voted for whom you intended, and it's a strong point in favor of these machines."

    The Election Protection Coalition received a total of 32 reports of touch-screen voters who selected one candidate only to have another show up on the summary screen, Cindy Cohn, legal director of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a coalition member.

    David Dill, a Stanford University computer scientist whose Verified Voting Foundation also belongs to the coalition, said he wouldn't "prejudge and say the election is going smoothly just because we have a small number of incident reports out of the total population.

    "It's not going to be until the dust clears probably tomorrow that we have even an approximate idea of what happened," Dill added.


    i wonder how many people didnt review their vote, and voted for bush by mistake..... this is some funny sh!t ....here are some more links about these frauds

    http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/ar...ote_fraud.html
    And don't answer back, this is hard shit to follow
    And you can't spit *****, so you obviously must swallow(masta ace)

  • #2
    thanks for the post.

    i cant believe this monkey eared faggot won/cheated again.
    definitely another steal.
    This is ten percent luck, twenty percent skill
    Fifteen percent concentrated power of will
    Five percent pleasure, fifty percent pain
    And a hundred percent reason to remember the name!
    - Fort Minor

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    • #3
      Originally posted by kromatic
      http://www.cnn.com/2004/TECH/11/03/e....ap/index.html

      FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida (AP) -- Voters nationwide reported some 1,100 problems with electronic voting machines on Tuesday, including trouble choosing their intended candidates.

      The e-voting glitches reported to the Election Protection Coalition, an umbrella group of volunteer poll monitors that set up a telephone hotline, included malfunctions blamed on everything from power outages to incompetent poll workers.

      But there were also several dozen voters in six states -- particularly Democrats in Florida -- who said the wrong candidates appeared on their touchscreen machine's checkout screen, the coalition said.

      In many cases, voters said they intended to select John Kerry but when the computer asked them to verify the choice it showed them instead opting for President Bush, the group said.

      Ralph G. Neas, president of People for the American Way Foundation, which helped form the coalition, called the summary screen problem "troubling but anecdotal."

      He and other voting rights advocates said the disproportionate number of Democrats reporting such problems was probably due to higher awareness of voter protection coalitions.

      "Overall, the problems of outright voter intimidation and suppression have not been as great as in the past," Neas said.

      But the reports did highlight computer scientists' concerns about touchscreens, which they say are prone to tampering and unreliable unless they produce paper records for recounts.

      Roberta Harvey, 57, of Clearwater, Florida, said she had tried at least a half dozen times to select Kerry-Edwards when she voted Tuesday at Northwood Presbyterian Church.

      After 10 minutes trying to change her selection, the Pinellas County resident said she called a poll worker and got a wet-wipe napkin to clean the touch screen as well as a pencil so she could use its eraser-end instead of her finger. Harvey said it took about 10 attempts to select Kerry before and a summary screen confirmed her intended selection.

      Election officials in several Florida counties where voters complained about such problems did not return calls Tuesday night.

      A spokesoman for the company that makes the touchscreen machines used in Pinellas, Palm Beach and two other Florida counties, Alfie Charles of Sequoia Voting Systems Inc., said the machines' monitors may need to be recalibrated periodically.

      The most likely reason the summary screen showed wrong candidates was because voters pushed the wrong part of the touch screen in the first place, Charles said.

      He said poll workers are trained to perform the recalibration whenever a voter says the touchscreen isn't sensitive enough.

      "Voters will vote quickly and they'll notice that they made an error when they get to the review screen. The review screen is doing exactly what it needs to do -- notifying voters what selections are about to be recorded," Charles said. "On a paper ballot, you don't get a second chance to make sure you voted for whom you intended, and it's a strong point in favor of these machines."

      The Election Protection Coalition received a total of 32 reports of touch-screen voters who selected one candidate only to have another show up on the summary screen, Cindy Cohn, legal director of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a coalition member.

      David Dill, a Stanford University computer scientist whose Verified Voting Foundation also belongs to the coalition, said he wouldn't "prejudge and say the election is going smoothly just because we have a small number of incident reports out of the total population.

      "It's not going to be until the dust clears probably tomorrow that we have even an approximate idea of what happened," Dill added.


      i wonder how many people didnt review their vote, and voted for bush by mistake..... this is some funny sh!t ....here are some more links about these frauds

      http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/ar...ote_fraud.html
      shut yo whinin ass up, bush won because the man knows what he's doin. if kerry would win america would be gone.
      "The glock stay on me and the knife's for backup, I'm comin to the Vibe Awards, I dare you to act up!"- Young Buck

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      • #4

        Not too even... Don't think we really need fraud this country looks over run with RED!

        Sorry guys... No fraud here, although the Dem's taking Nader off the ballot in 20 some odd states was fucked up, but Gave Bush the majority of the popular vote so i guess its ok!
        ....The Exit Poll lying was a nice try though!

        Popular votes don't count this year huh...?
        GoodGameTV.com

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        • #5
          Meanwhile Bin Laden is safe and sound cause Bush doesn't really worry about him much. Because this is a GLOBAL WAR!
          A GLOBAL FUCKING WAR

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          • #6
            BUSH WON BY 4 MILLION VOTES! NO PERSON IN HISTORY RECIEVED MORE VOTES THAN BUSH!!!

            Bush won fair and Square. Bush won the election.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by StereoType
              NO PERSON IN HISTORY RECIEVED MORE VOTES THAN BUSH!!!
              That should tell you something and not that it was won fair and square!

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              • #8
                /\ Please man even in 2000 with millions of dollars thrown at many bi-partisan groups (including the pyschos at the ACLU), no fraud was found... And now in 04 Kerry isn't even contesting anything... Its because he can't fabricate enough votes to close his gap of 130,00 votes... Like Gore tried in 2000, he was close but he couldn't do it!
                GoodGameTV.com

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by StereoType
                  BUSH WON BY 4 MILLION VOTES! NO PERSON IN HISTORY RECIEVED MORE VOTES THAN BUSH!!!

                  Bush won fair and Square. Bush won the election.
                  That's due in part to the rise in population of the country. So you can't compare this election so say one in 1932. Just not the same
                  Be Humble or Get Humbled

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                  • #10
                    OK but Kerry conceded. He did not challenge anything, and nether has his pussy ACLU buddys.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by #1GROUPIEBITCH!
                      That should tell you something and not that it was won fair and square!
                      Give me a break. As someone who used to steal a lot, and who often cheated in school, I know that when you're cheating or stealing it's never a good idea do anything big or loud, just enough. 2000's race was controversial because it was such a tight race, but no one can pull off 4 million fake votes except maybe God if he wanted to. Even God would probably find that excessive.
                      "The world is changing and there are new opportunities for those who are ready to join forces with those who are stronger and more experienced" -Lucky Luciano (1897-1962)

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                      • #12
                        Kerry Conceded, Michael Moore Conceded, George Soros Conceded, Bush Won.

                        MoveOn.Bush

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by SlimCorn82
                          ....The Exit Poll lying was a nice try though!
                          The reason the exit poll said Kerry won because more women voted for Kerry. Men are generally more private people so they're not gonna say who they voted for in a private election, but broads talk about everything. I haven't told anyone I know who I voted for and I don't care to, it's just one of those things I don't like talking about, especially to some nosey pollster. I know this woman who's a friend of my family, nice lady, but one time she just told me out of nowhere that she needed to go to the clinic the next day because she had the clap (she voted for Kerry by the way).
                          "The world is changing and there are new opportunities for those who are ready to join forces with those who are stronger and more experienced" -Lucky Luciano (1897-1962)

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