Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Across the river for a damning Diebold documents

Documents show Georgia's Secretary of State knew of Diebold patch from Larisa Alexandrovna of Raw Story is where one ought to start. Common Dreams' Georgia's “Faith-Based” Electronic Voting System: Something's Rotten in the State by Heather Gray from 2004 is another jumping off place. I recall teaching in Georgia in the fall of 2002 when Max Cleland and Roy Barnes had relatively comfortable leads yet came up short against Saxby Chambliss and Sonny Purdue.. The arrogance of some of my colleagues in boasting of their "win" can hardly be overstated. I literally get queasy thinking of how some "educators" flitted about in their unsolicited gloating. I was troubled then yet need to drill down into these initial reports. If India can have a solid system then why can't we? John Gunn

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