Friday, July 08, 2016

Rum bottle politics

"The Truth About Chilcot".  Warmongering cronies.

"Chilcot, Israel and the Lobby" (Atzmon).  The 90% of all these stories that is unmentionable.

"Katie Johnson v. Donald J. Trump and Jeffrey E. Epstein: Trump Child Rape Claim for $100 Million Denied by Trump Attorney"

Comey  Lynch

"Roundup: More awful electoral reform questions":
"The problem with online voting has zero to do with encryption technology and everything to do with the secrecy of the ballot, and anyone who confuses the two needs a smack upside the head. The secrecy of the ballot is ensuring that nobody sees who you are voting for, so that you can’t be rewarded or punished for it, you know, like in the era of “rum bottle politics.” And you can’t ensure the secrecy of the ballot with online voting. “But what about mail-in ballots?” you ask. Well, the proportion of those is so small that it’s a compromise that we have to make. Online voting is not comparable."
Given Austria, and various states in the ongoing American Democratic nomination debacle, mail voting is a big problem.
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