Writes Bob Willmann:
"The most important issue in this 2012 national
election process is electronic voting machines.
This problem has gotten very little play.
"There has been no demonstrable change in the DNA
of U.S. politicians since Lyndon Johnson's ballot
stuffing to get elected to the Senate and
John Kennedy's probable Illinois vote rigging
to become president. The desire to pre-determine
elections has not changed.
"The technology has, however, and now with electronic
voting machines, you do not mark your ballot, a
computer program does, and election "officials" do
not count the ballots, a computer program does, and
no recount is possible.
"New Hampshire further brings this to mind, for
in the 2008 presidential primary, the polls in
NH all had Barack Obama 15-18 percentage points
ahead of Hillary Clinton. But then she wins the
primary by about 3 percentage points. Remember that
for about a week afterwards media commentary expressed
puzzlement as to how the polls could have been wrong?
Maybe they weren't."