“In November 2003, in Boone County, Indiana, more than 144,000 votes were cast—even though Boone County contains fewer than 19,000 registered voters, and, of those, only 5,532 actually voted.” WTH?!
That’s what our digital voting machines really do. I don’t know how you feel about that egregious ‘mistake’, but this clearly says they threw in an extra 129,468 votes in this one county alone. The simple and painful fact is that we’re not “voting” and haven’t been for a long while. I have to give them credit– we really believe the illusion of “voting”!