Well of course I made an argument. Obviously you have a short memory so I will present it again.
The stickler is the federal government mandating the states to do something that will likely cost them a lot of money. In any case, much of the legislation looks like a duplication things the DHS already does.
And that is the difference between us. I welcome serious discussion, realizing that we won’t agree. Once that discussion has run its course, I move on to the next discussion. No winners; no losers. Simply discussion.
In pretty much every conversation I’ve had with you across both Hannity forums I encounter dripping condescending arrogance, believing you are simply too intelligent to have much to do with the likes of me.
Over time, I’ve taken to doing what I can to avoid having to deal with the likes of you. Its been awhile, but I see nothing has changed. So I guess I will simply go back to avoiding you in the future.
Ummmm in a Paper situation it is easier to commit fraud. People could just slip in pre-printed document that would look like the paper.
Neither is a Secure method to make sure that the voting is not tampered with.
Wonder how many voting machines were HACKED into during the 2016 elections?
I do not believe the machines are hooked up into any actual network they are isolated machines that digitally count the votes from the paper we feed into it.
Then the only other situation I can think of is when the States load the machines up with the new election year. So the person who updates the machines would have access to change the machine and the way it counts votes.
It should be a very controlled group of people who do this and then the machines should be stored securely till they are to be used.