5
Nov
2004

Bush steals election again

I was an inspector at a polling place here in town and one of the voters gave me some interesting information. He is a computer programmer and builds databases for a living. He said that the software

Diebold is using on the SERVER is none other than MSAccess. Yep. There is an internet video of some U of Maine trained chimp that can hack into the system. You apparently don't even need to be a hacker, just buy the $70 password recovery kit and your in because the "encryption" is a very very low level. Every character is represented by it's own distorted version of each individual character, consistently without any kind of variation, i.e. an "S" is an "S" with a hatched match (some pieces are missing in the pixels), type "S" in ANY system with Access passwords and "S" is always "S" in the recovery. He also went on to say that an attorney (drawn from Symantec) who quit from the gov't electronic voting "project" was disgusted at the croneyism that was so restrictive and rampant that he couldn't even do his job effectively.

Translation: it was SETUP to be corrupted. It was no surprise that key swing states just so happened to be those who adopted the "new" system.

It would be interesting to see if any of this gossip I'm passing on holds any water. Know anyone who can sort it out?

Peace to you,
Tracy


Wednesday, November 3, 2004

"Those who cast the votes decide nothing, those who count the votes decide everything." --- Joseph Stalin

The election may have been stolen with electronic voting in Ohio an Florida. Some counties in Ohio and Florida use E-voting machines that do not have paper trails. All the software that runs the machines is secret.

The CEO of Diebold, the manufacturer of the Ohio machines, is a Bush campaign $100,000 "Pioneer" contributor, and had promised to 'deliver' Ohio to Bush.

Exits polls in Ohio and Florida showed Kerry with a strong lead Tuesday afternoon. Exit polls in Nevada (which uses electronic voting but requires paper trails) were consistent with the results apparently within 0.1% (I need to confirm this). In Ohio, the "results" gave Bush a 4% SURPRISE margin over exit polling. This kind of error is very unusual in exit polling. What is particularly alarming is that these surprise swings for Bush only occurred in Ohio and Florida!

People are asking why the exit polls were wrong. One good answer is that they weren't and that the electronic voting machines were fraudulent.

dan

The exit poll numbers:
National: KERRY 50%, BUSH 49%
Florida: KERRY 51.7 BUSH 48.1
Michigan: KERRY 51.1 BUSH 47.7
Ohio: KERRY 52.2 BUSH 47.3

For more on this topic:
//www.dailykos.com/story/2004/11/3/53438/6175


Dr David Dill of Stanford U on electronic voting machines:
"Why am I always being asked to prove these systems aren't secure? The burden of proof ought to be on the vendor. You ask them about the hardware. "Secret." The software? "Secret." What's the cryptography? "Can't tell you because that'll compromise the secrecy of the machines." Federal testing procedures? "Secret" Results of the tests? "Secret" Basically, we are required to have blind faith."

Dr. David L. Dill
Professor, Computer Sciences
Stanford University

WHY WERE THE EXIT POLLS WRONG?
//nypost.com/postopinion/opedcolumnists/31590.htm


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