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One person's lack of comprehension does not equal another's consent.
Voting Fraud EVIDENCE - a _MUST_READ_

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In a sworn affidavit (pdf file) Monday, a former programmer for a NASA contractor said that he developed a vote-rigging prototype at the request of a then-Florida state representative who is now a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.

The programmer, Clinton Curtis, said that he was told the program needed to be “touch-screen capable, the user should be able to trigger the program without any additional equipment, [and that] the programming was to remain hidden even if the source code was inspected.”

Curtis states he initially believed that Feeney’s sought to stop Democrats from using such a program and “wanted to be able to detect and prevent that if it occurred.” It was not until after the prototype was delivered that he says he got wind of its possible, more nefarious usage.Site Meter
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liatha From: liatha Date: December 13th, 2004 12:40 am (UTC) (Link)
Is anyone truely surprised?

The only thing that surprises me is the idea that anyone was stupid enough to believe such a cock and bull story about why they wanted such a thing developed.
fixx From: fixx Date: December 13th, 2004 12:56 am (UTC) (Link)
The programmer was working for a company which no doubt explained to him the "purpose" was to find out if it could be done. This sort of threat evaluation is not uncommon, similar to testing security by trying to break into it.

What gets me is how close the results of the actual election (in states where Kerry lost, were to the results of his program was supposed to provide.
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