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titleist vokey sm5 is the fact that new laws will be in effect in five states Kansas

Why individual voter fraud if it exists won, titleist 915 d3

Our Republican legislators appear frightened that someone will vote illegally. Wake up, my friends! There is no longer any incentive to vote illegally. If you want illegal votes to change an election, you have to organize. James D. Squires revealed how it was done in the Bad Old Days in The Secrets of the Hopewell Box. Political bosses bought votes. I don’t know that you could properly call that fraud; the voters were duly registered. They just sold their votes. (Squires also revealed the reason Tennessee isn’t on Federal Watch like South Carolina. Our bosses bought black votes just like white ones.) Individuals voting without proper ID might sully the ritual purity of the ballot box, titleist 915 d2, but they won’t change an election. That’s because political bosses don’t buy votes anymore. It just plain isn’t cost effective if you can buy a hacker.

Google "how to hack a voting machine" and you’ll be amazed at the results. You will find a 2006 video by a research team at Princeton University on hacking a Diebold machine. There’s a revealing 10/31/08 clip from CNN which includes the additional information that our big, clunky old voting machines were unhackable. Alas, after 2000, we jumped for the latest technology to solve our election problems. Touch screen voting how marvelous! Never mind that they can be easily hacked.

CBS News published a thought provoking summary of our current situation from the Brennan Center for Justice on 10/3/11, titleist vokey sm5. The report mentioned Tennessee specifically:

The most significant change, the report suggests, is the fact that new laws will be in effect in five states Kansas, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin requiring photo identification at the polls, titleist vokey sm5, something the Brennan Center suggests could make it harder for 3.2 million Americans to vote.

Tennessee’s Democrats did us a disservice when they dragged their feet on enforcing the Voter Confidence Act of 2008. The Republicans promptly repealed it, titleist 915 d3, and now we have the worst of both worlds.

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