http://www.nytimes.com/2006/09/22/us/po ... ref=slogin
http://www.toostupidtobepresident.com/s ... chines.htm
I guess they have not fixed all the flaws cause March has come and gone.
This is what happened in the wake of last weeks elections in Maryland.
http://politics.slashdot.org/article.pl ... 21/1545209MARYLAND MELTDOWN: Republican Governor Calls for Paper Ballots in November!
A week after the primary election was plagued by human error and technical glitches, Maryland Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. (R) called yesterday for the state to scrap its $106 million electronic voting apparatus and revert to a paper ballot system for the November election.
"When in doubt, go paper, go low-tech," he said.
Ehrlich said that, if necessary, he would call a special session of the Maryland General Assembly to change the law to allow paper ballots.
The Republican Governor's call comes after hearings today to investigate Maryland's primary election meltdown on September 12th.
I heard a sound byte on NPR about how the Diebold machines can be hacked with a virus that can turn an election around. Apparently there is no security.
On the bright side you won't have to worry about voting in the next election:
A Diebold machine will vote for you.
How does that poem by Brautigan go:
"Watched over by machines of loving grace"?