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M.I.T. guy says Internet voting is at least two decades away

I’ll check back in 20 years, then. The Hartford (CT) Courant covers a confab: Online Voting: Security Issues Remain A Major Hurdle And speaking of Connecticut and connectedness, have you seen this picture of the state’s House of Representatives? Seriously, … Continue reading

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Not Funny.

“Karlman” calls voters morons here.

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Federalism, will you be mine?

Interesting reactions to the rulings holding the “Defense of Marriage Act” unconstitutional: http://www.metafilter.com/93556/DOMA-unconstitutional Especially: Federalism is everyone’s bitch. Neither side takes a consistent position with it – the left and the right favor it when it suits them, and each … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Hello from the lovely realm of WordPress.com! Let’s start by admitting that at some basic level all of us voters are in the same boat. Now let’s float the VoteBoat!

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