Not sure what "vote switching" is? The video clip above comes from a documentary called "Stealing America" and I snagged it from YouTube (here: http://www.youtube.com/watch ). It demonstrates the vote switching that occurred in the 2004 presidential election. See the end of this post for more info on "Stealing America."



Yep, Vote Switching is reportedly happening again and while all of the votes have been Democrat-to-Republican switches, it's important to note that this is an AMERICAN issue--not a Dem or Repub issue.



If you're a Republican, don't you want to know for sure that McCain won fair and square? If you don't want this, you should really take a second look at your morals since a fair democracy should be what everyone wants.



Aaaanyway...



BradBlog.com is reporting (here: http://www.bradblog.com/ ) on more instances of vote switching from Texas, Tennessee and Missouri on top of the so-called "isolated" cases in West Virginia.



From the BB post: "This is just getting worse and worse. Now it's happening in Texas. (And in MO, if you read to the end of the article). And the vaunted "thousands of attorneys" from the Obama campaign and the DNC are still nowhere to be found.



With every incident so far reported of touch-screen vote-flipping during early voting in this year's general election --- from county to county in WV and in Nashville, TN) --- it's been the ES&S iVotronic touch-screen machine that has failed, flipping votes from one candidate to another not chosen by the voter. In most every instances [see update below], it's been an attempted Democratic vote, flipped to a Republican, or another party."



Yep, it's the same type/brand of machine that's messing up--the ES&S iVotronic touch-screen machine. The BB post also says something interesting about electronic voting in general: "...no voter should ever cast a vote on a touch-screen machine unless they are forced to. There is absolutely no way that any vote ever cast on a touch-screen machine --- with or without a so-called paper trail --- can ever be shown as having been recorded accurately."



Brad is right--you have to have blind faith in technology and if you've used a PC or a Mac you know that even the best machines are still fallible. Why we can't take our time by voting with pencil and paper is beyond me. This isn't a pizza, we're ordering--it's a president.



The same post at BradBlog goes on to explain what to do if you see your vote switch:



* Call poll supervisors to observe the problem

* Fill out a problem report

* Refuse to vote on that machine

* Request that the machine be taken out of service

* Get a serial number of the machine if possible (may be unlikely in many cases)

* Tell other voters not to vote on that machine

* Call county/town election office

* Call local reporters

* Call voter problem hotlines (eg. 866-MYVOTE1 and 866-OUR-VOTE)

* Contact bloggers and Election Integrity websites.

* Raise holy hell.



Brad also mentions that the supposed legions of Democratic lawyers ready to defend Obama voters are nowhere to be found.



So, the Democrats are falling down on the job again.



If you didn't follow this stuff back in 2004, this is a direct replay of those events--obvious irregularities ignored by almost everyone--including those Dems who would directly benefit from pursuing the truth.



Of course, every American benefits from knowing the truth.



The video clip at the top of this post comes from a documentary covering the irregularities surrounding recent elections. The movie is called "Stealing America" and is now on DVD and can also be watched entirely online at my website here:

http://thepete.com/…tch-it-now



Or check it out at the official site: http://stealingamericathemovie.org/



Also, when you go to the polls to vote, be smart and bring your camera. If something goes wrong, snap a picture or shoot some video. I'll be posting more on this soon. Don't want to wait? Check out http://VideoTheVote.org/
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