Friday, October 26, 2012

Vote Early, Vote Today

Ye olde voting booth
I received an email from President Obama urging people to vote early.

He intimated that he had voted early, and it is a good thing.

Regular readers know that Dredd Blog recently indicated a weather problem for the large population centers, weather that has now become infamous as Hurricane Sandy.

Sea level rise around the globe is highest where Hurricane Sandy is heading in the Northeastern United States, an area that will also have several high tides SUN-WED, thus adding the coming storm surge reality, so, we can deduce that it could cause serious flooding.

Will it affect the election?

Vote early.

Polls may be hard to get to after Sunday afternoon – Monday morning, and if there are power outages that last a while, it could be even more problematic.

Vote today if you can … in VA, NJ, NY, DE, MD, DC, MA, and PA too.

Add WV and states bordering it if the Frankenstorm takes shape when the two storms meld … bringing a "snowpocalypse" that might also hamper access to the polls.

Voting machines could be down … flooding … power outages could last a while … so don't risk your vote.

International Observers are being sent to monitor this election, angering Texas Governor Rick Perry, who threatened to arrest them, causing an international stir.

But the election science shows that U.S. Elections are mysterious black boxes in areas where unverifiable voting machines are used:
Retired NSA analyst Michael Duniho has worked for nearly seven years trying to understand voting anomalies in his home state of Arizona and Pima County. This publication has written extensively about apparent vote machine manipulation in a 2006 RTA Bond issue election that is still being fought in the courts. Said Duniho, “It is really easy to cheat using computers to count votes, because you can’t see what is going on in the machine.”
(NSA Analyst on Elections, Text only Google Version, see also this). McTell News member Chuck Todd of MSNBC calls these types of stories "conspiracy theories", but there is more to it than that.

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