Spoonamore: 'You Don't Own a Genie' - Voting Machines Threaten National Security

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  • Posted on: 24 September 2008
  • By: luaptifer

Newly recorded interview made shortly before filing of Stephen Spoonamore's affidavit in Ohio testimony last week.

"I'm a lifelong member of the GOP, I'm a Republican. And the problem is that some members of my party seem to have gotten it into their heads, 'we'll control the voting machines and that means we'll own the genie'." [Click image for video]

You don't own a genie!

Spoonamore considers a variety of issues including his experience around the globe.

He goes on to talk about the best hackers in the world deciding the American President best loved by the Chinese government...but then, maybe Israeli hackers would tip the voting margin in their favor?

We'd never know who won the hack war.

We'd know only who they wanted for President.


Youtube clips will be posted later, check here.

Or click here for the collection of ePluribus Media research and reporting on the GOP Internet guru who, during the election campaigns, happened to be working inside IT networks of Florida in 2000 and Ohio in 2004.

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Alex Johnson+Kerry Sanders/MSNBC:

An automatic recount was conducted, which put Wennet ahead by 60 votes. But this time, about 3,500 ballots were missing. The state elections board refused to accept the result.

Off to court they went. A state judge ordered another tally. No result was announced because, while the missing 3,500 votes were found in a warehouse, a fresh batch of 159 that were counted the first time could not be read.

Another one for your collection. More over @ ElectionLaw.

With electronic voting machines in at least 42 states around the country, there are many places facing the potential lost votes to be uncovered by recounting.

Read this Scientific American piece, and think again whether we should be voting electronically.



"So your party is the only party that can save the country from the mess that your party created?" - attrib. Jon Stewart

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"I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations which dare already to challenge our government in a trial of strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country." - Thomas Jefferson

Surely the timing is coincidental.

For the first time in 100 years, and contrary to a long-standing legal prohibition, an active duty military unit is permanently assigned inside the U.S.

Glenn Greenwald

As the recent militarization of St. Paul during the GOP Convention made abundantly clear, our actual police forces are already quite militarized. Still, what possible rationale is there for permanently deploying the U.S. Army inside the United States -- under the command of the President -- for any purpose, let alone things such as "crowd control," other traditional law enforcement functions, and a seemingly unlimited array of other uses at the President's sole discretion? And where are all of the stalwart right-wing "small government conservatives" who spent the 1990s so vocally opposing every aspect of the growing federal police force? And would it be possible to get some explanation from the Government about what the rationale is for this unprecedented domestic military deployment (at least unprecedented since the Civil War), and why it is being undertaken now?

Isn't it?



"So your party is the only party that can save the country from the mess that your party created?" - attrib. Jon Stewart

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"I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations which dare already to challenge our government in a trial of strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country." - Thomas Jefferson