Imagine That

August 1, 2007

Fast on the heels of reports that electronic voting machines in California are about as secure as Britney’s financial future, comes this unsurprising bit from the Buckeye state:

“In 56 of Ohio’s 88 counties, ballots and election records from 2004 have been “accidentally” destroyed, despite a federal order to preserve them — it was crucial evidence which would have revealed whether the election was stolen.”

Call me paranoid but election records just don’t go missing without someone ordering it. Anyone in a position to order the destruction of records in 56 counties is in the position to know better. Heads should roll for this, but of course, they probably won’t.

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5 Responses to “Imagine That”

  1. Louie Mantia Says:

    Hey Ged, we should get some people and go protest in Washington. Let’s go! :D


  2. Oh! This is really a big surprise.

  3. David Says:

    Anna and I voted via absentee ballot last year in Ohio partly because of this (she was also nine months pregnant at the time). I’ve been skeptical of all elections since 2000, but I keep voting :) I’ve been following blackboxvoting.org on and off since then.

  4. Ged Says:

    Interesting link Dave. I’ll have to keep my eye on that from time to time.

  5. beth Says:

    Personally, I think it’s a case of everyone is crazy but me. Why is it, everyone just goes on about their lives when the evidence is overwhelming that Bush is a complete whack job who should have a 800LB woman sit on his head until he admits a) he’s an idiot, and b) he’s a liar, a cheater, and redneck white thug who likes to beat up the smaller, deformed countries with oil?


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