This is turning out to be an interesting week for election fraud. In a sworn affidavit, Clinton Curtis, a computer programmer from Florida, claims that he was hired by Congressman Tom Feeney to "develop a prototype of a voting program that could alter the vote tabulation in the election and be undetectable.” Shortly after the story broke on the Brad Blog, it was reported that Clinton's dog was found killed.
Personally, I think this story is complete crap. Why would a Congressman go through the trouble of hiring a contractor to write vote rigging software for use on individual machines, when it only takes 30 seconds to change vote tallies on central tabulators?
The central tabulator is a regular PC computer, just like the one you're using right now. All Counties send their votes in to this central tabulator, and if any vote altering was to occur, it would only make sense for it to happen here. One only needs to open the raw data file, no password necessary, and make any changes. When the central tabulator is reopened, all the changes will take affect -- with no trace of fraud, no "vote-rigging" program needed, and no Clinton Curtis nessesary.
What is very real in Ohio, is widespread and systemic disenfranchisement, 92,000 ballots lost to spoilage, huge vote machine errors, and in Warren County, the illegal counting of votes under the guise of 'Homeland Security'. Just ask yourself this -- does this sound like an election that does Democracy justice?