Right On

19 08 2012

Maryland Heights

Todd Akin sits down for an extensive interview with Channel 2’s Charles Jaco.

I have long proposed wholesale replacements for the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965.  Sounds like I picked the right candidate in this race.

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19 08 2012
The Friendly Grizzly

There are so many points of failure in your proposal that I don’t know where to begin.

“ll one would have to do on election day is scan one’s bar-coded Voter ID card in, and the system would mark this person as having voted. One would vote using touch-screen systems…”

And so your vote card is tied to how you vote. Very convenient for data miners, civil service unions, and others, to find out who to threaten, or worse.

As for the machines being run by the Feds: single point of failure, or maybe it should be called single point of tampering.

“The U.S. Justice Department should “test” the system, not only on election days, but at other times….”

I’m sure Eric Holder will do right by his people.

“There should be a new Federal law enforcement agency created, relating to election issues. ” Run by who? The Justice Department? Again: single point of corruption.

“… then they should be transferred from the polling place to the required locations by law enforcement officers, who will take the objects at the first moment they are able.”

I am sure union police will do a really good job with that. How many chips, or cartridges, or whatever the vote is held in, will get “lost”? Or hacked? And if this is even revealed, how many have the time to go back to the polling station with their paper “receipts” to show the actual votes?

The federal government can’t run a post office, can’t make a profit on $8.00 hamburgers on passenger trains, and gives money away to whomever owns those in office at the moment. Do you really trust them with an election?

19 08 2012
countenance

I’ll have to worry about elections reform later. Turns out one part of that interview was more controversial than I thought it would be.

http://www.akin.org/updates/akin-statement-jaco-report-interview

20 08 2012
Bon, From the Land of Babble

This is ALL over the news here in So Cal — my local news, state and national news– radio too. It’s LEADING the news!! Unbelievable!! I’m hearing the Aiken sound bite all over the place. Geez.

Looks like the media has pounced on Aiken and is taking this story viral — and not in a good way.

Bon




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