Friday, January 11, 2008
Bush Diebold Voting Mechine are in NH
NH Voter Fraud
Just in case you thought the New Hampshire primary had bullet proof Voting think again. When ever I hear the word Diebold, I think Republican anti-humanist controlled voting. Look at this information I learned from bondibox on Newsvine. Anytime you hear the anti-humanists, who have been caught caging ! Million African American and Latino Ameerican Votes, say they are going to Help America Vote (HAVA), you can count on them doing just the opposite of what they say.
The story has been updated with the following facts:
Analysts at the Election Defense Alliance (EDA) have confirmed that based on the official results on the New Hampshire Secretary of state web site, there is a remarkable relationship between Obama and Clinton votes, when you look at votes tabulated by op-scan v. votes tabulated by hand:
Clinton Optical scan 91,717 52.95%
Obama Optical scan 81,495 47.05%
Clinton Hand-counted 20,889 47.05%
Obama Hand-counted 23,509 52.95%
Down to the hundredth of a percent, Clinton & Obama's vote percentages flipped between Optical scan and Hand count. It's obvious.
HR 550, proposed in 2006, would have required a hand-count audit in a random 2% of all precincts as well as required a paper trail. It was vehemently opposed by my Republican Representative.
Also, remember that HAVA, the Help America Vote Act, was drafted by now imprisoned Rep Bob Ney, with help from lobbyist Greenberg Taurig and the infamous Jack Abramoff, whose clients in Ney's home state included Diebold.
So when all the Republicans in Congress are all vehemently opposed to HR 550 or any kind of HAVA reform, I smell a rat.
Any place where there is a bush diebold machine should have a guaranteed citizen ballot chain of custody and a mandatory recount. Anyone against an American recount must be a communist or a fascist.
Aside from the disgraced republican supreme court or bush sheepeople, what kind of an American would be against counting every last one of our votes by any means necessary.
Sources: Newsvine #10 & 16.2