Well, now we all know where to look. Let's go guys.
All you need is two people, one of the appropriate gender to talk to the evoting poll worker, and the other to use a common key that costs 25 cents.
Once the key's switched, you change the vote.
Anyone can do it in less than a minute.
This shit frightens me more than Zogby polls.
Great, one more thing for conspiricy theorist to wet themselves over.
The current secretary of state (a Democrat), Jennifer Brunner, has outlawed the practice. Which wasn't common practice all over Ohio to begin with (Franklin County, for instance, never allowed it).
@4... every year more and more information comes out about how rudimentary and easily manipulated/hacked/disabled these machines are, and yet people like you continue to perpetuate the black helicopter/conspiracy stigma to anyone that raises an eyebrow. Color me confused.
Every year more and more information comes out about how rudimentary and easily manipulated people like you are. OMG look in the sky! WTF UIS THAL:T:!??!
Here you go, Mr. Poe-- there's plenty more kool-aid for you to drink. Bottoms up! (that's a drinking expression... we all know that your other bottom is perpetually up, wagging around in the air hoping that some withered senior somewhere can still pop a stiffy)
OHIO RESIDENTS! SUE! SUE! SUE!!!!!!!
The other 49 states should be able to sue.
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