Re: Accountable voting
- From: "humbubba" <hohenseerick@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 18 Aug 2006 13:25:28 -0700
The Weasel wrote:
The Constitution demands "ballots" in all federal elections. Election
results from Dieboldistan shall not be counted toward any election in
The Supreme Court has the power to toss out, for example, entire
Electoral College delegations, such as those from Florida, Ohio, and
The US Supreme Court does not have such power. The US Constitution
gives the state legislatures the right to appoint electors, and
Congress the right to determine their legality. The courts have no say
The competent wing of the Court would do so. Scalia, his
little ebony-wood friend Mortimer Snerd and Roberts are harder to
predict, since they like to spout impertinances.
Elections must be provable in a court of law. That's really what
"ballot" means. A ballot is documentary evidence of a vote. Diebold
results are "hearsay", i.e. inadmissable in a court or an election.
Go recount those Diebold PAPER ballots from Ohio in 2004. Show us just
exactly how they stole the election from Kerry.
Easy. And it will be in the news, or here.
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