Thursday, October 06, 2005

The dead overwhelmingly vote for Democrats

Americans may soon be able to use the telephone to vote in local elections, and could someday dial in their decision in national races, the WALL STREET JOURNAL reports on Thursday. The 2002 Help America Vote Act, which was created to simplify the voting process following the debacle in Florida during the 2000 presidential election, helped fund the development of new voting systems. MORE Vermont is the first state to commit to phone-voting technology. By the November 2006 elections, all of the state's voters who are unable to mark their own paper ballots are slated to use a new telephone voting system. The Vote-by-Phone, initially will be used only in polling places -- but there are plans to expand the system to voters' homes!

I can see it now, banks of democratic operatives setting up call centers and dialing for the dead. Vote early, vote often as they always say. We also see the potential for abuse on behalf of some of the elderly in some precincts of Florida. The ones who were too stupid that they claimed they accidentally voted for Pat Buchanan in the 2000 election instead of what's his face.


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