Sunday, January 22, 2006

election plans on track for gop

A local Florida election official has conducted systematic tests showing how easy it is to hack Diebold's electronic voting machines.

Another key element of the GOP's electoral strategy -- one they've used before -- is shaping up nicely. Who needs a paper trail to verify results when the suspicious results all break your way after all? I'm sure the fact that Diebold's chairman in 2004 said he was committed to making sure de facto President Bush was re-elected has nothing to do with the suspicious pattern in 2004. Bush supporter Christopher Hitchens details his own doubts in Vanity Fair, here.

The de facto Bush Administration refuses to mandate steps to assure votes are counted accurately ... one more step to becoming a true banana republic.