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Video Slot Voting, who owns the casino?

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I always felt that recounts were for sore losers. My second line of reasoning, "they are all thieves let the best thief win."

I guess he did and we have far too many dead bodies from this thief's wars to accept the above as inevitable.

Research of the vote processing systems in the United States confirms Stalin's quote..."It's not the people who vote that is the people who are counting the votes."

Clever fellow that Stalin. Way ahead of me who pushes a button on a video slot on election day and assumes that all is well. I used to vote on paper ballots and then the election officials would take said ballots into a locked room and "count them."

I get what I deserve right? The Patriot Act, The Warner Act, HR1955. Just keep hitting those buttons on the video slot at your polling place and you get a civil liberties jackpot.

Let those "election officials" count the paper ballots in private and you get 100,000 + dead people in the Iraq war.

"Oh those conspiracy nuts are jumping on the vote fraud thing because their candidate is losing."

Yea, and what is the problem with that? Obama got it in New Hampshire and everyone knows it. He needed to come in second so he did. McCain needed to win big so he did. Ron Paul needed to stay out of third, so he finishes fourth. Thomspon needs to do well in South Carolina, so he will.

Ms. Clinton and Senator McCain aren't whining about results, everyone else is. Are they establishment candidates? No they are about change, of course.

Watch the video from Princeton University below. Keep in mind that the video slot method makes it easier to cheat than the paper ballot thing. They mess with the paper too. But remember, when you question the election results that means you are a sore loser.

24% of the veterans of the two Iraq wars have committed suicide (V.A. figures).

Yes, I am a sore loser. I am sore that we have lost all of those young men and women because we refuse to demand publicly counted paper ballot votes in our districts.


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Tom Storey is a father of two with 5 unproduced feature film screenplays to his credit. At age 17, he canvassed the precincts of Newport, Rhode Island on behalf of presidential candidate George McGovern. Tom Has been known to blog supportively for (more...)
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