|Thanks to fellow Slogger Rayne Today for these three remarkable links:
Florida has now delayed the case against Jeb Bush for arbitrarily deleting 60,000 past felons (and a lot of people with names similar to past felons) from the voters list in 2000, until after this year’s election. So those people will again be denied the right to vote in that state. And several states, despite the warnings and dangers, have approved electronic voting machines with no audit trail for this year’s elections, almost guaranteeing the too-close-to-call election will be another shambles, and the result could well be another fraud. Between defective voters lists, defective voting machines, the Electoral College and gerrymandering, is it any wonder most Americans don’t bother to vote? And that incumbents nearly always win? And that so many laugh at the idea of America as a model democracy?