Vote-PAD turned down in California

It should be crystal-clear by now that they’ll accept no case or argument, however sound, that might impede their drive for total domination of our government.

The sooner we face this hard fact, the better for us all, and for the world.

MCM

“Off with Their Heads!” cried the Queen of Hearts

“How am I to get in?” asked Alice again, in a louder tone.
“Are you to get in at all?” said the Footman. “That’s the first question, you know.”

It was a Queen of Hearts sort of a day in California on August 9, 2006. The Secretary of State’s advisory panel was hearing public comments regarding the pending certification of the Vote-PAD, a non-electronic assistive device designed to help voters with disabilities mark and verify a paper ballot independently.

Voting integrity advocates held signs supporting the certification of Vote-PAD. They told of countless failures of computerized voting systems. They spoke about recent discoveries of easily hackable “back doors” into the vote totals on those systems, which have been certified. By contrast, “Vote-PAD is no more hackable than a #2 pencil,” said one.

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