It appears that nothing was left to chance (ie the voters) in the 2000 election. Via the Register, which covered California Secretary of State Shelley's ruling that all electronic voting machines will have paper receipts (but not until after 2004), I learned of even more electronic fraud that night, where data and memory cards mysteriously appear and disappear. We already know that thousands of African-Americans were not allowed to vote that night, we already know that the ballot was confusing. And we know all to much about chads and the pounds per square inch it requires to punch out a ballot paper. That was all just smoke to keep us from looking at where the magician's hands were really fooling us. No wonder a "recount" of pregnant chads, etc. were found to not make any difference at all. The election was already fixed with the computer voting. Of course. Why leave it to chance? This is the way I'd do it.
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