July 20, 2006
-- by Dave Johnson
In recent months, however, grass-roots groups like MoveOn.org and Common Cause have made paper ballots a top-tier priority, raising the specter of hackers and corrupt officials stealing elections at will. Last week in a speech in California, Democratic Party leader Howard Dean joined the chorus by declaring, "I am tired of electronic voting machines we can't trust."
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You didn't hear the second sentence he said? "And I'm tired of stupid Americans who can't figure out that they are not supposed to vote for Republicans"
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