It Begins: Idiot Voters Can’t Use Touch Screens

Yes. Per the Brad Blog, the massive GOP voter fraud to steal the election using electronic touch screens begins. Massive amounts of Democrats have had their votes switched

At least three early voters in Jackson County had a hard time voting for candidates they want to win.

Virginia Matheney and Calvin Thomas said touch-screen machines in the county clerk’s office in Ripley kept switching their votes from Democratic to Republican candidates.

“When I touched the screen for Barack Obama, the check mark moved from his box to the box indicating a vote for John McCain,” said Matheney, who lives in Kenna.

Uh, wait, three? Supposedly? Quite frankly, sounds like they are too incompetent to use the voting machines, or, making it up. Why does it always seem to be Democrats who have these problems? Is it some evil plot, or, just that the Democrats tend to register people willy-nilly and tell them to go vote, but, don’t realize that even the high technology of using a marker in a dot eludes them.

Just to be clear, though, they should take a look at the machines, if only to prove that these people are morons.

In related news, Democrats are complaining because they feel they were duped into changing their voter registrations. If true, the group involved should be investigated for criminal violations. Sounds more like more Democrat idiots, and a way for the Los Angeles Times to make an ethical equivalence to the ACORN problems.

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