Two women leaving the library are handcuffed for supposedly stealing jewelry with not one shred of evidence linking them to the crime. The police then look through their bags.
If these events are true, then that type of police behavior is wrong.
Mr. Skarden might be one of the few folks left who mistakenly believes the iVotronic machines can provide a safe reliable election. There have been no independent studies showing our machines are trustworthy. The best researched study, the 2007 Everest report, documents in detail the many reasons other states have stopped using our voting machines.
Everyone, with the exception of the State Election Commission and Mr. Skarden, knows there is no way to provide a safe secure election without paper receipts.
The only reason Mr. Skarden is trying to defend the indefensible is because he was involved in recommending buying the machines. He would do the SC voting public a favor by admitting we made a mistake. Florida and Ohio admitted they made a mistake and moved on and so should South Carolina.
Regarding Charleston County, we had 391 voting machines that were not properly checked and tested prior to the June 8 primary. Why weren't they tested and why weren't their batteries checked? Why weren't logs kept of the people "fixing" our voting machines on Election Day?
See the complete voting system citizen's audit :
Will is right on the money . Just leave the state and tell someone where you are from and watch them have a slowly expanding slightly bewildered smile. Kind of like when they remember a crazy old uncle who went bonkers later in life.
Lindsey sure hates being exposed for what he really is. A war mongering, deficit spending , mean -spirited, party over country, loser.
Lindsey, Where are our tarp funds you gave away to the banks last fall no questions asked?
Do us all a favor and don't come back to South Carolina.
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