Saturday, February 25, 2006

Voting Machine Logs Contained 100,000 Errors in Palm Beach County for 2004 Election

The internal logs of at least 40 touch-screen voting machines used in Florida in the 2004 presidential election reveal that votes were time and date-stamped as cast two weeks before the election, sometimes in the middle of the night.

Black Box Voting successfully sued former Palm Beach County (FL) Supervisor of Elections Theresa LePore to get the audit records for the 2004 presidential election.

After investing over $7,000 and waiting nine months for the records, Black Box Voting discovered that the voting machine logs contained approximately 100,000 errors.

According to voting machine assignment logs, Palm Beach County used 4,313 machines in the Nov. 2004 election. During election day, 1,475 voting system calibrations were performed while the polls were open, providing documentation to substantiate reports from citizens indicating the wrong candidate was selected when they tried to vote.

I'd say that the "wrong candidate" is an understatement. In 2000, Bush stole the election by getting the Supremes to appoint him king. Then, in 2004, Bush fixed the election results in both Ohio and Florida. Will nothing short of a revolution stop these republican despots?

The evidence indicates that someone accessed the computers before the election, and that this access caused a change in the machine's reporting functions, at least for date and time. Such access would take a high degree of inside access. It is possible for an insider to access the machines and leave no trace.

Does anyone know if Karl Rove was in Florida during the election?

12 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:59 AM

    One of the most ridiculous assessments I have ever heard. With little to no evidence, you assume. Such is the way of people such as you.

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  2. Anonymous3:58 PM

    Why don't you ask the question, who controls those voting districts? I don't want you to think to hard so I'll answer for you (democrats).

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  3. "One of the most ridiculous assessments I have ever heard. With little to no evidence, you assume. Such is the way of people such as you. "

    Obviously, you chose not to follow the links shown. All the evidence is clearly there. People such as myself know how to uncover the truth.

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  4. "Why don't you ask the question, who controls those voting districts? I don't want you to think to hard so I'll answer for you (democrats)."

    And this proves what?

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  5. By the way, it's "think TOO hard".

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  6. Anonymous8:36 AM

    "And this proves what? "

    That your whining about the republicans stealing the elections is a bunch of crap, when they don't even control those voting districts.

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  7. "That your whining about the republicans stealing the elections is a bunch of crap, when they don't even control those voting districts."

    You are a typical republican stooge, merely repeating yourself over and over again without any substance to your statements. Democrats controlling the district does not prevent the voting machines from being tampered with by republicans.

    Do you think there are armed Democrats patrolling the voting areas 24 hours a day?

    The Florida count was sufficiently close to be suspicious.

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  8. Anonymous8:54 AM

    "Democrats controlling the district does not prevent the voting machines from being tampered with by republicans."

    There is absolutely no evidence to support this claim.

    "The Florida count was sufficiently close to be suspicious. "

    As opposed to other districts that democrats one with a tight margin. Those are perfectly legit.

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  9. "Democrats controlling the district does not prevent the voting machines from being tampered with by republicans.

    There is absolutely no evidence to support this claim."

    You're right. There is absolutely no evidence that Democrats prevented republicans from tampering with the voting machines.

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  10. Anonymous9:01 AM

    "You're right. There is absolutely no evidence that Democrats prevented republicans from tampering with the voting machines. "

    It's a straw man, dude. Give it up.

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  11. It's a straw? What the hell does that mean?

    You have not provided one piece of evidence or any insight in any of your posts. Like a typical republican drone you repeat meaningless comments again and again.

    Grow up!

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  12. Anonymous9:49 AM

    "You have not provided one piece of evidence or any insight in any of your posts. Like a typical republican drone you repeat meaningless comments again and again."

    You're the one who posted this nonsense to begin with. There 'may' have been evidence of tampering. You automajically assume that it is the mean old nasty republicans. Where's YOUR evidence to back your claim?



    "It's a straw? What the hell does that mean?"

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Straw_man_argument

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