READER COMMENTS ON
"'Daily Voting News' For February 12, 2006"
(7 Responses so far...)
COMMENT #1 [Permalink]
said on 2/12/2006 @ 5:59 pm PT...
That does it John...
Pennsylvania counties struggling with iVotronic
Its time for constitutional lawsuits in multiple states, especially in Pennsylvania. It appears that the constitutional argument Paul Lehto made, needs to be addressed once and for all, in these states.
May it be addressed nation wide.....Trade secret, proprietary software according to the constitution should not at all count the votes. That's the law. Sequoia is hiding something and so is the iVotronic machines and Mrs. Hererra...or they would obey the law.
Democrats are even trying to obstruct and bring the voting machines in. Don't let them. Now is the time to take this to the top, and nail down the constitutional argument of trade secret software.
Drive Diebold out, and drive Sequoia to change its system
COMMENT #2 [Permalink]
said on 2/13/2006 @ 5:23 am PT...
Doug E #1
You said "Trade secret, proprietary software according to the constitution should not at all count the votes. That's the law."
Where does the constitution mention anything about voting machines or software?
Hope this isn't like Gonzales saying President Washington did electronic spying on Americans.
Remember, as Colbert said, this is a state secret
COMMENT #3 [Permalink]
said on 2/13/2006 @ 6:37 am PT...
Look up all of Paul Lehto's lawsuit which is still being fought right now.
The constitution does not say, anywhere in the entire document, that voting can or should be done in secret.
That is what trade-secret proprietary software does...it takes the entire thing out of the constitution, putting it in a secret locked room with no witnesses counting the votes.
Key word is "Unconstitutional"... Where the argument ultimately matters.
COMMENT #4 [Permalink]
said on 2/13/2006 @ 7:53 am PT...
What pisses me off is that when you talk to elections officials, the first thing out of their mouth is "We didn't buy diebold, so you see our system is great." When are those morons going to see that just because Diebold gets the most name recognition doesn't mean all the other electronic non truly auditable machines are crap too, just as fraudable! We need to outlaw the crap.
Now Diebold is selling it's machines, so they'll still get sold under a new name and again election officials will say...no no this isn't Diebold. I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired! Let's fire the liars!
COMMENT #5 [Permalink]
said on 2/13/2006 @ 8:38 am PT...
COMMENT #6 [Permalink]
said on 2/13/2006 @ 9:19 am PT...
Sorry, first link was bad. Is there a connection between the Noe/Coingate and vote fraud in Ohio? Wasn't Noe's wife on some election committee in Ohio where there was some funny things going on?
Noe Indicted In Coin Scandal
COMMENT #7 [Permalink]
said on 2/13/2006 @ 2:15 pm PT...
Yes theres a large connection between the Noes, Talbott who paid for the Judges defending Blackwell's case and the tampering.
Interesting one of Noe & company's biggest felonies is records tampering....I'm sure that means votes too..