No More Machines for Vote Counting

I missed this part, on television, of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, but there he stood, earlier this month, in all his political shallowness, as a major speaker.  That is John Kerry, the man who conceded the 2004 presidential election to George W. Bush within two little days despite practically all the evidence in the world that the election was very shady, at least.  So while Kerry spoke, the Ukrainian that actually led the protest, that same year, that overturned a stolen election in her country is presently imprisoned, hugely, if not altogether, because she had the conscience and courage to not let a stolen election stand.  That is Yulia Tymoshenko, the former prime minister of Ukraine.  The contrast between her courage and will and Kerry's easy way out so that he could get back to his pampered plutocratic life in the U.S. Senate is like the difference between day and night.


The evidence of invariable vote fraud in the United States is extensive and broad, names such as Diebold and ES&S come to mind, as the two major parties collude with establishing a Potemkin Village election system as long as it propagates the existing rule of their single party, albeit a single party with two wings (Democratic & Republican); wings or factions that can trade places with each other for dominate political power in fairly regulated alternating sequences.  Despite the fact that the Diebold/Premier election machinery company has a very controversial past, the King County Elections Director, Sherril Huff, bought about a million dollars worth of equipment from them for counting King County's votes.  Huff is a protege of Dean Logan, the former shady King County Elections Director.  It is for these reasons, among others, why I'll propose counting votes by hand instead of machines from this day forward, and I am sorry that I did not make counting votes by hand a primary issue in 2011, when I ran for Director of Elections.  I hope to atone for that mistake with a new push for electoral reform in Washington, and ultimately the whole United States.

- by Mark Greene, write-in candidate for Secretary of State - 2012

[revised on 9/26/12]

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