Saturday, October 11, 2008

Voters, Fraud and Computers

I may be naive, but it seems to me that it should be fairly easy to figure out whether voters are legit or not. We have computers and they can do amazing feats when it comes to verifying information. A simple program should be able to run names and addresses against those in the telephone company's listing or the state's drivers licence listing or water bills or something!

I know there might be multiple voters in one household, so maybe bills or telephones aren't the best way to run a comparison.

It's not rocket science and it shouldn't be that costly if each voter registration office ran their own listings. Sure the program would have to be adapted to fit the unique parameters for each county or district, but that should be an easy task.

Brighter minds than mine have probably come up with other suggestions that are better than what I just suggested, and maybe brighter minds than mine can tell me why that idea might be off base.

Ohio is now going to allow all the fraudulent votes to be used. Obama is going to steal the election. We'll yell and scream about it and they'll note our names and when he takes over the country completely we'll find out what our punishment will be from the Obama regime.

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