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Old 11-04-2008, 02:28 PM   #31
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I know, but there's such thing as planning and contingency. They're running out of paper ballots they were going to use for backup. I don't understand why they're opposed to extending voting hours though, do you?
Seriously, how can anyone be surprised with the huge turnout today? There needs to be some serious voting reform in the near future, you would think after the mess in 2000 this would have been addressed already. Some places uses machines, others use paper, hanging chads, broken machines, I mean c'mon is it too much to ask to have a standard voting method, and preferably one that isn't prone to breaking down or being hacked or manipulated?
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Old 11-04-2008, 02:39 PM   #32
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Seriously, how can anyone be surprised with the huge turnout today? There needs to be some serious voting reform in the near future, you would think after the mess in 2000 this would have been addressed already. Some places uses machines, others use paper, hanging chads, broken machines, I mean c'mon is it too much to ask to have a standard voting method, and preferably one that isn't prone to breaking down or being hacked or manipulated?
I wrote "Nader" on a Post-It Note and handed it to the nice lady who checked me in - fortunately it only cost $79.95 to vote down here, not like some of the outrageously expensive places up north.
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Old 11-04-2008, 03:14 PM   #33
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Seriously, how can anyone be surprised with the huge turnout today? There needs to be some serious voting reform in the near future, you would think after the mess in 2000 this would have been addressed already. Some places uses machines, others use paper, hanging chads, broken machines, I mean c'mon is it too much to ask to have a standard voting method, and preferably one that isn't prone to breaking down or being hacked or manipulated?
Each state controls its voting method, so, unfortunately, it may be too much to ask.
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Old 11-04-2008, 03:17 PM   #34
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Now this is interesting...

ABC News: Palin Voted For Obama?
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Now this is interesting...

ABC News: Palin Voted For Obama?
Wow. That's just not nice.
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Now this is interesting...

ABC News: Palin Voted For Obama?
Nice.
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Now this is interesting...

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lol....I fell for it.
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I just heard that CBS, NBC, ABC, MSNBC, & CNN have giving FL to Obama.
Is this your source?
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I just heard that CBS, NBC, ABC, MSNBC, & CNN have giving FL to Obama.
Where did you hear that?
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Seriously, how can anyone be surprised with the huge turnout today? There needs to be some serious voting reform in the near future, you would think after the mess in 2000 this would have been addressed already. Some places uses machines, others use paper, hanging chads, broken machines, I mean c'mon is it too much to ask to have a standard voting method, and preferably one that isn't prone to breaking down or being hacked or manipulated?
Online voting. Seriously, near 100% participation basically guaranteed.
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Online voting. Seriously, near 100% participation basically guaranteed.
I'm guessing closer to 110-120% participation...
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Anyone see the Black Panthers standing outside polling places with nighsticks in guess where......Philly. What a surprise.

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Anyone see the Black Panthers standing outside polling places with nighsticks in guess where......Philly. What a surprise.

How they weren't arrested in less than a minute is beyond me.
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I'm guessing closer to 110-120% participation...
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Anyone see the Black Panthers standing outside polling places with nighsticks in guess where......Philly. What a surprise.

These imbeciles are in a heavily democratic precinct trying to intimidate voters? By weaving a baton? I would like to see them dropped of somewhere in Western Pennsylvania.


BTW I'm not condoning what these guys are doing but Republicans crying voter intimidation is funny.
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