All in favor say “aye.”

September 14th, 2006

The democrats like to squawk about the sacred importance of every single person’s right to vote and how we can’t have IDs or any other rules in place that might discourage even a single voter…

…but they miss something just as important: making sure that every single vote is valid.

A system that refuses to require voters to identify themselves and does not ensure that the method of vote counting is transparent and verfiable, buy cialis check makes it impossible for the electorate to have faith that any vote counts let alone every vote.

It’s time to reform the system. Require photo IDs, paper ballots, and a way for every citizen to see if their vote was properly tallied.

All in favor?

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  • 1. Fuzz Martin  |  September 14th, 2006 at 8:13 am


  • 2. Nick  |  September 14th, 2006 at 8:27 am

    I loved this part…

    “Noting that the city is the rare municipality that programs its own vote-tallying software, Kennedy said: ‘I’m wondering if the city’s vote totals have been inflated for years.'”

    Exactly how hard is it to program software to count? Wait… I know the answer to this one… not hard at all. It figures Milwaukee would be the one place to screw that up too.

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