Tuesday, November 09, 2004

the whos

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) - Voters nationwide reported some 1,100 problems with electronic voting machines on Tuesday, including trouble choosing their intended candidates.
In view of the abberrations of the 2004 election, who on either side would have a problem with
1. Auditing results randomly across the nation;

2. Developing better paraphenalia to manifest the will of the people?

(Anyway, reservations about the probity of 2004 refuse to go away, anomalies continue to present themselves, and the Onion heralds our valour:
"With my own eyes, I saw people from all walks of life waiting in long lines to cast their votes, and very few of them were turned away," Cruz said. "They believed in the democratic process, despite the existence of racial gerrymandering of the sort most recently seen in the redistricting of U.S. House seats to negate the impact of Hispanic and black voters in Texas."
This is funnier, inadvertently.)


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