READER COMMENTS ON
"More Maryland Meltdown...Two Candidates Challenge Primary Results After Diebold Machine Failures"
(12 Responses so far...)
COMMENT #1 [Permalink]
said on 9/18/2006 @ 5:19 pm PT...
"....only 60 of 206 precincts managed to transmit their results electronically."
Hmmm wouldn't that mean as in transmitted over the internet?
A virus was introduced to a machine that is never attached to a network.
Kind of contradictory isn't it!
COMMENT #2 [Permalink]
said on 9/18/2006 @ 8:18 pm PT...
So, like, do ya think the MSM or blogosphere will, you know, give this any attention AFTER key races are stolen in November?
I mean, outside of this place, no one else is - just a few weeks away and most of America has no clue what is going on, yet 92% of this country wants fair, verifiable elections?
I know some get "ticklish" about discussing this, but, ummmmmmmmmmmmm, do ya think we can get the dems or the self-proclaimed online voices for "liberalism" to have a dialog about this so that everyone doesn't say, "WHO COULD HAVE KNOWN" after the election?
Its probably too late to avert a disaster now, which is a shame - just another example of the "close enough" mentality that was discussed here last week.
COMMENT #3 [Permalink]
said on 9/19/2006 @ 3:57 am PT...
The MSM (war profiteers)are going to be too busy showing the Iran blockade, their will be no air time left for this stuff
Another election(s) stolen 49% to 51%
This is exactly where the virus could spread
Quote from above,
"Election workers at the remaining polling places had to remove voter memory cards from each machine and drive them to Board of Elections headquarters in Upper Marlboro." where what, they will be counted by sticking them into another machine?
The infected card has now been introduced into the main tabulator
COMMENT #4 [Permalink]
said on 9/19/2006 @ 4:44 am PT...
So it looks like the train wreck is a certainty. What are we going to do about it? If we wind up with a catastrophe in every state in November we're going to have to take to the streets, hold a national strike in conjunction with the demonstrations, and refuse to back down until there is a revote, using paper ballots and pencils and transparent hand counts. It's a crying shame they've managed to run out the clock. Spread the word far and wide. It's clear from the corporate-owned MSM's behavior that they're scared to death of the public becoming aware of their manipulations. So let's get to work, or, in the case of Brad et al., let's redouble our efforts. We can sleep after we regain our democracy...
COMMENT #5 [Permalink]
THE UNAPOLOGETIC MEXICAN
said on 9/19/2006 @ 5:25 am PT...
"in big trouble"?
how generous! our Ruler was installed by the judiciary, and these are the state of our elections today? and our Democracy is "in trouble"?
that's a safe call! it's way past in big trouble. i'm waiting for proof it still exists!
i say we be very, very ready in Nov to march on washington. we're going to need to have a huge presence, when they steal all the elections they need. if we don't raise hell, they will just install who they want. by now they're sure we're cowed enough. I mean...look at all we've swallowed so far. and if you want to get scared, look at how cocky bush's predictions are about Nov. "You think you're not talking about a hypothetical situation, but you are," he says when someone mentions the Dems taking the House.
In other words, no matter what you think, you are talking about fantasy, and i KNOW what's going to happen.
sound familiar? sound like certain pre-presidential election banter? we ignore his surety at our own peril. i say its a clear sign the fix is in.
COMMENT #6 [Permalink]
said on 9/19/2006 @ 11:28 am PT...
A really good starting point might be the planned General Strike on Thursday, October 5, 2006.
Details here at www.worldcantwait.net.
This is a chance to SHOW them we are geting ready to act, and a chance to mobilize and test our willingness and capability to act.
November 8, 2006 remains the most important day in our history, but October 5 is a preliminary to that.
They WILL install the Republican "assumed winners" of all the close races as quickly as they can. We must be prepared to make that a VERY difficult undertaking and very expensive politically.
Expect the worst --- the Air Force has already asked permission to use experimental new weapons on U.S. Citizens, and you can only imagine that they will see this as an opportunity.
The Days of Decisions are near.
COMMENT #7 [Permalink]
said on 9/19/2006 @ 12:12 pm PT...
"the Air Force has already asked permission to use experimental new weapons on U.S. Citizens"
COMMENT #8 [Permalink]
said on 9/19/2006 @ 12:22 pm PT...
"Shitty" perfect description. That's a word I have not incorporated into my thoughts on these invalidatable electronics being used in our sacred elections.
Maybe we need a new stratigy, like how to survive in a facist United States, how to avoid being ripped from your home in the middle of the night and disapeared permanently.
How to re-group in 2012.
After four more years of bullshit.
What do we have to do now? Show up with a spectrum analyzer connected to a recording device, at future protests?
Since no electronics can be validated, I guess it's the beginning of the complete breakdown of society now. Not that everyone is so damned busy working two jobs to make ends meet that they even have time to show up to a protest these days.
(I heard from Christine Craft stay away from the Oct 3 protest, it's a twap (trap))
Ya can't even contact senators that you want to contact to ask questions anymore, hell you can't walk around freely in the Capitol anymore.
If there is anyway possible to ask the Air Force to uphold the constitution, I suggest you play your ace of spades and do it.
I dunno if you caught that reverse truth'd shitty GW Bush speech at the UN this morning? It's like the opposite of everything he say's is the truth. That's right Bush berate all the world leaders; you stupid fucking Asshole!
Looks like china is tired of watching Taiwan now....
COMMENT #9 [Permalink]
said on 9/19/2006 @ 12:29 pm PT...
Sounds they need to have another election. Maybe this will set a precident for the rest of the states.
COMMENT #10 [Permalink]
said on 9/19/2006 @ 12:59 pm PT...
Agreed, another election without electricity!
Ben Franklin, and Tessla are hella rollin in the graves.
I am not in a grave yet. But I am hella pissed off! (not at you though)
COMMENT #11 [Permalink]
said on 9/19/2006 @ 1:03 pm PT...
Ya know, I just got a thought. If there really is peak oil, then eventually we will want to have elections without electricity.
One day in the future, if your able to even make it to the polls, you'll need paper and pencil because the grid will fail.
COMMENT #12 [Permalink]
said on 9/20/2006 @ 6:10 am PT...