A followup post on Redo Voting addressing a whole slew of questions and concerns about it—including some that were raised here. I like the very first one the best myself, devotedly sarcastic old contrarian that I am.
I recently published an article about Redo Voting, a transparent, unhackable way to vote, or shall I say, a way for legal voters to cast a ballot. It is a Democrats’ nightmare and everyone in Washington, D.C. is talking about it.
Our loyal PJ Media readers have overloaded us with comments, critiques, and questions regarding Redo Voting. The dedicated Americans at Redo Voting have taken the time to address the concerns in your comments. Here are the answers to some of your verbatim questions. Here is my personal favorite:
Q. They’ll find some excuse to call it racist.
A. Probably, but it won’t be a valid excuse.
Great answer! I love the crew at Redo Voting!
It’s longer than the usual PJM post, but in light of the goodly number of comments on my first one I figgered y’all might find this interesting.
Thanks for linking this. Interesting reading, even if I am still very skeptical that it would work. The answers still seem to depend upon a hypothetical “secure, unalterable” database — no such sparkly purple unicorn exists. They are also reliant upon the state-issued ID being real and secure, which is another pipe dream. Many blue states are freely issuing “real” IDs to illegals, and they are not all that secure anyway.
Among the million things impossible, securing the data is one of them as somebody has to have access. “Somebody” can be bought, threatened, or broken. And then there is the fact that the access can be hacked. Billion $$$ corporations spending tens of millions on security and still they get hacked.
I do love the idea of an ID preventing vote fraud. I wonder just how many drinks/beers were purchased with fraudulent “state issued” ID in the last year…
Even paper ballots can be cheated upon if the watchers are corrupt.
Won’t happen LOL