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A battle for the heart and soul of American democracy is being waged in this country. But it might not be the battle you’re watching.
Do you have a link to Ms. Pease's comments and complaints about the voting irregularities in Washington's King County a few years ago, where --- in far more suspicious circumstances --- just enough votes showed up to put a Democrat over the top?I look forward to reading it ... or hearing the crickets chirping.
So James, are you saying it's okay to steal an election if both parties do it? I did comment on that election at the time, as did nearly all the voting activists who were following this issue.What's your point?
I bet prosecutors could think of some possibilities. How about, who enabled the environment where critical election data could be walked out the door? What is it doing on a laptop in the first place?
Facts are quite inconvenient. First off, it was not her "personal" computer, it was owned by the city. It was also off the network, as it is supposed to be to prevent unauthorized access to it. The entry not saved was the last one she entered, you are correct about Access saving data, but Brookfield was the last entryshe entered from what has been stated. The next issue is that the voter turnout was extrememly low until the Brookfield votes were added in. With the 14,000 votes now included, the county is more reflective of typical turnout in the area. Even the Democrat rep on the canvassing board confirmed the numbers are correct. The initial numbers were unofficial, the official numbers come out after the canvassing, which is how they found this issue. The ballots are still there and if needed can be counted, so it's not like someone can just make up number and think it will stick.
So many possiblities. I am a database and web programmer and this is really way too lame an excuse. Unless she deliberately held down the power button for four seconds, shutting it down totally, she could not have avoided a dialog box asking whether to save the current changes to the current (single) record (which in the case of a new one would be a blank record - one not yet saved).If she is that experienced in the programming end and that experienced with databases this is way too obvious a cheat.When I went to the polls the other day here in Kansas City one of the polling judges looked suspiciously at my camera (I always have one). She seemed to think she was safe guarding the process. I took the paper ballot (to be machine scanned). I almost told her she was nothing more than window dressing to pretend the process was transparent and owned by the people, rather than the truth which is that as long as the software is in any way hidden (proprietary) the owner of the software IS the voting process. Under that, even merely going to the polls is just an exercise in being window dressing for the appearance of fair elections.
One more. Forget any recount. The only way, the only fair and open way, is a totally new election. This time on paper and counted manually.The problem at this point has far, far less to do with the count, and was it or was it not the accurate one. At this point, the whole appearance of dis-honesty and "the fix" is so pervasive that only a fully above-board election will work, and with this particular person fired for the damage this has caused to democracy itself, in this location.At that point let the paper fall where it will. This thing is like spillage, no amount of cleaning on the original spill will really repair it. Just do it again, as fast as possible.
I'm saying no such thing, Lisa.I'm noting the silence of the far Left when their allies steal elections. Perhaps a collectively guilty conscience is causing you to infer that conclusion.Even though they virtually make it up when mistakes are made. Local Dems have no dispute with the election official's relation of the events. And as someone who has attended an ascertainment in Virginia, I've seen mistakes which were obvious and undisputable, such as transposed numbers, reported on election night and corrected in the fullness of time. For instance, while one precinct reported 229 votes for a candidate, it was actually 299 votes.
Young-what about your silence when Bush stole the 2000election with the coperation of the Supremely Corrupt Court? Or in 2004 with the fixed voting machines in Ohio, primarily in Cleveland? I guess that met with your approval. Your ideology is destroying our country!
Foul most dastardly. What will Republicans do next.I too am an Acces user and know how it is virtually impossible to not save data. At best we have ...well draw your own conclusions.
A note about the computer being at her home for "security." If you've ever studied computer security, as I have, you'll learn that most security breaches come from INSIDERS not OUTSIDERS. So there's no argument in the world that makes sense for the computer to have been kept at her home. That made it absolutely vulnerable to whatever she wanted to do with it.
UPDATE: The missing city results appear, on the surface, to be legit. I'll write more later. Here's an announcement from the city whose data went missing. The totals Nickolaus posted had indeed been posted by a local city blog prior to the error. http://www.ci.brookfield.wi.us/DocumentView.aspx?DID=1560
My "silence," Anonymous?As a matter of fact, I had a newspaper column (in a small local paper) at the time, and wrote extensively on the childish antics of the far Left and their effort to steal an election.That you maintain that "ush stole the 2000election with the coperation of the Supremely Corrupt Court" when even the New York Times and other liberal rags concede Bush's victory speaks volumes about the extent of your dementia.
I'm 'inspired' by the newfound dedication to an honest electoral process professed by the Republican visitors here ('anonymous #1' and the resident 'expert in constitutional law' Mr Young) - - I'm SURE they were protesting to the Republican party back in the 2000 US presidential race when the Republican-paid-for 'Brooks Brothers Riot’ was physically & illegally coercing government officials trying to try to stop a legal recount in Florida, spending $13.8 millions dollars to frustrate the recount and the will of the general public (as previously noted by Mr Parry on this very website, see http://www.consortiumnews.com/archive/campaign.html ) I’m also SURE that they support a valid, legal recount in Wisconsin to clear up this discrepancy and others (eg; the change of 240 votes in Winnebago Cty, WI http://www.jsonline.com/news/statepolitics/119421429.html ), even though the WI Republicans have hired the same legal firm that thwarted the 2000 Florida recount, right boys? “Chirp, chirp” Mr Young?
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