How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

All sorts of wrongdoing

Leading up to this election, there were all sorts of cases of voter fraud, questions about electronic voting, 'voter challenges' and similar bullshit. After the election, it looked like Bush had secured a sizable margin, large enough to make those small things inconsequential.

And then 4,000 votes appeared from thin air in Ohio. Which as it turns out, was just the tip of the iceberg. Recounts, recounts galore. Nader has certainly scored a few points in my book for this- he's forcing a recount in NH, and as it turns out, is elegible to force a recount in Florida.

Of course, recounting Ohio, should it be needed, will be impossible, thanks to paperless voting. Yeah, thanks Diebold. Your ATMs spit out peices of paper that I can use to wipe my ass with while thinking how much I wish it was your collective corporate face, yet your voting machines do not. Does anyone else think this is a problem?

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