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(Chron)   Finally, Patriotic Republicans® have a verifiable case of voter fraud to help them prove they need ID at the polls to stop the libs from throwing the elections. If you are wondering about Subby's use of the Ironic tag, well, just click the link   (chron.com) divider line 65
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2012-10-11 12:36:56 PM
I wonder if he got the same type of help from the GOP that the DNC offers for its constituents (not that such stories will ever make it to Fark - they disrupt the narrative).

No, you say? I'm SHOCKED, as others would have it in this thread.
 
2012-10-11 12:38:52 PM

MindStalker: CreamFilling: Remember Limbaugh's operation chaos when he encouraged people to vote for Clinton over Obama? I'm guessing it was part of that.

More than that, I thought it was supposed to be a secret ballot. Apparently now the local newspaper can find out who you voted for and publish it?

Umm no, how you vote isn't recorded anywhere unless someone looked over your shoulder. There is no record of how you voted.


You sure? The voting machine my precinct prints a paper receipt after I cast my ballot. (Which I always watch to make sure it was correct.) It doesn't have my name on it, but it does have a code and I'm sure it would be linked to the voter number I was assigned when I came through the door, which in turn is recorded in the log book. It's secret, but verifiable, in other words.
 
2012-10-11 12:48:27 PM

Garet Garrett: I wonder if he got the same type of help from the GOP that the DNC offers for its constituents (not that such stories will ever make it to Fark - they disrupt the narrative).

No, you say? I'm SHOCKED, as others would have it in this thread.


Poor republicans, always preaching about morals and ethics but excusing any republican that lacks any.

"Sure my republican candidate practices homo-necro-bestiality but the democratic opponent has a dog so both sides are bad!"

How hard life must be to have such twisted logic.
 
2012-10-11 12:49:56 PM

LargeCanine: Now Demcrats will be on board for Voter ID laws!

Nope, This is a voter registration issue, not a voter ID issue.
The Dems are not moronic to go after voter ID as they have the brain cell it takes to know that id's can be faked, so other steps are needed.
 
2012-10-11 12:55:36 PM

Garet Garrett: (not that such stories will ever make it to Fark - they disrupt the narrative).


No, they do, and they only disrupt THE NARRATIVE insofar as a farker or two has to take the time to point out the stories are at best, merely misleading, and at worst absolutely fabricated bullshiat that makes one wonder how more people are not being sued for libel, in the first place.
 
2012-10-11 12:57:39 PM

dericwater: What's needed is a national voter ID card and national vote recording devices that one would have to scan the card through. As for vote-by-mail and early voting, I need to think of how to deal with that as well.


Otherwise known as the Mark of the Beast.

Good luck with that.
 
2012-10-11 01:08:12 PM

CreamFilling: Aarontology: MrBallou: MrBallou: FTFA: "A Republican precinct chairman..." and "Fleming ... voted for Hillary Rodham Clinton in the 2008 presidential primary in Texas. "

WFT?
^WTF?

Remember Limbaugh's operation chaos when he encouraged people to vote for Clinton over Obama? I'm guessing it was part of that.

More than that, I thought it was supposed to be a secret ballot. Apparently now the local newspaper can find out who you voted for and publish it?


This was a primary. The general election is a secret ballot, but primaries are not always a secret ballot. It varies state by state.
 
2012-10-11 01:20:12 PM

rufus-t-firefly: dericwater: What's needed is a national voter ID card and national vote recording devices that one would have to scan the card through. As for vote-by-mail and early voting, I need to think of how to deal with that as well.

Otherwise known as the Mark of the Beast.

Good luck with that.


Uh...you already got that, bub, its called a social security number.

He causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads, 17 and that no one may buy or sell except one who has the mark or[a] the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

Try buying or selling or even working without a SS#.

You been marked for a long time, bub.
 
2012-10-11 01:28:52 PM

bibli0phile: MindStalker: CreamFilling: Remember Limbaugh's operation chaos when he encouraged people to vote for Clinton over Obama? I'm guessing it was part of that.

More than that, I thought it was supposed to be a secret ballot. Apparently now the local newspaper can find out who you voted for and publish it?

Umm no, how you vote isn't recorded anywhere unless someone looked over your shoulder. There is no record of how you voted.

You sure? The voting machine my precinct prints a paper receipt after I cast my ballot. (Which I always watch to make sure it was correct.) It doesn't have my name on it, but it does have a code and I'm sure it would be linked to the voter number I was assigned when I came through the door, which in turn is recorded in the log book. It's secret, but verifiable, in other words.


The code on your receipt should link to your ballot number. But there isn't supposed to be a link between your signing in and your ballot. You could guess and say bibli0phile was the 10th person to sign in, they probably got the 10th ballot in the stack, but it would be a guess.
 
2012-10-11 02:13:33 PM
Done in 2.


I can see the GOP voter id law pitch now: We need voter ID laws to protect you from us!
 
2012-10-11 02:15:27 PM
IOKIYAR
 
2012-10-11 02:22:01 PM

Garet Garrett: I wonder if he got the same type of help from the GOP that the DNC offers for its constituents (not that such stories will ever make it to Fark - they disrupt the narrative).

No, you say? I'm SHOCKED, as others would have it in this thread.


WTF are you babbling about, stupid?
 
2012-10-11 05:26:04 PM

THX 1138: And I'd expect that a court reviewing his case would not go lightly on him, seeing as he's a politician who has absolutely no chance of claiming ignorance of the law.


Oh, you poor naive kid. He's white.
 
2012-10-11 10:32:14 PM
Now, where I live, a machine generates a slip with a number on it. This is entered in the machine to cast your ballot. So, at this point, there seems to be a link between the slip you possess and the ballot you cast. The voting machine then prints out a paper copy of your ballot, which also contains the number you were given. This has a barcode and is deposited in the ballot box. So there is a electronic vote recorded which is tied to a paper ballot, both of which can be traced to the number in your possession.
 
2012-10-12 04:01:39 AM

BuckTurgidson: IOKIYAR

 
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