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$100K Reward for Election Rigging Proof

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"WASHINGTON, Oct 03, 2008 /PRNewswire-USNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Today, Velvet Revolution (VR), a non-profit dedicated to clean and accountable government, offered a $100,000 reward to whistleblowers for information tying Karl Rove and Michael Connell to illegal election manipulations. Other Republican whistleblowers, most notably world renowned computer expert Stephen Spoonamore, have stated recently that the Republican Party has been rigging elections for years through electronic computer manipulations. Mr. Spoonamore, a colleague of Mike Connell, gave a recent interview in which he stated that the upcoming election will be stolen and rigged by the GOP unless otherwise exposed. That interview is posted in full at www.rovecybergate.com."

http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story/non-profit-offers-100000-reward-information/story.aspx?guid={529BEB5E-5DB6-47C3-98BA-4BB620906AAF}&dist=hppr

Vote tampering is illegal.  In the case of a Presidential election, it should be considered treasonous as well.  They are innocent until proven guilty, but if found guilty, should be harshly punished.

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Comments

1.
konaneComment by konane - October 4, 2008, 5:19 pm
Dead people and dogs voting, plus college students saying on national television they voted several times for AlGore are illegal too, but perpetrators aren't punished for doing it.

Maybe our forefathers saw into the future a bit better than we might imagine which is why they provided for a representative government with electoral votes rather than mob rule voting.
2.
Rick GComment by Rick G - October 4, 2008, 8:52 pm
Using a computer routing system funneling precinct results into a single computer before being disseminated to the public is not a secure or open way to tabulate votes.

Go back to paper ballots and hand counting. Just like bouncing lottery balls as opposed to computer-driven draws. Same principle applies.
3.
konaneComment by konane - October 4, 2008, 9:05 pm
Excellent point. I'd be happy with a paper receipt at the polls. At least that's a check and balance of sorts.
4.
Comment by wiltay - October 19, 2008, 12:00 pm
I agree. It's happened the last two elections by the Bush administration and it needs to stop, I don't care who it is.

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