How about this one, TAMS? A retired teacher stands up to the fascists' never-ending demand for lockstep compliance. BRAVO!!
The mystery is closer to being solved…
Speaking as a computer system engineer, I can see exactly what's going on here. The “hotspot” mapping for the touch sensitive screen is not calibrated for the screen that is displayed. If the person had touched the screen a little lower, then the republican candidate would have been selected. That being said, it's amazing how when these voting errors happen, they always seem to favor the democrat. And yes, the machine could have been purposely miscalibrated; it's a simple way to cheat without having to worry about nefarious software or firmware being discovered.
“Obama's foreign policy devolved from “don't do stupid s**t” to calling world leaders “chickens**t.” Two more years of this genius, folks.” H/T Jon Gabriel @exjon
Oct/Nov 1914 was the First Battle of Ypres (Flanders).
wikip: … Ypres was the last major obstacle to the German advance… The battle was also significant as it witnessed the destruction of the highly experienced and trained British regular army….”The Old Contemptibles” disappeared, to be replaced by fresh reserves which eventually turned into a mass conscripted army to match its allies and enemies….The battle…inaugurated the static western front. Mobile operations would not resume until 1918….
The Second Battle of Ypres was in April/May 1915. Ypres was the last major Belgian city not occupied by the Germans and defending Belgium was a prime objective for the British. The Germans unleashed chlorine gas in the first large modern gas attack on Canadian and Algerian soldiers. The famous poem, In Flanders Fields, was written during the battle in May 1915 by Canadian medical corps officer, John McCrae.
Wow, this is awesome! I only wish people had seen the light long before now. A local (black) radio host is encouraging everyone to share the hell of out this one.
Smart woman has had enough.
I've noted before that if the country treated criminals like it treats taxpayers, the ACLU would be up in arms. A taxpayer is presumed guilty until he proves his innocence, and he is required to testify against himself and anyone else he does business with. A taxpayer can have his assets seized without due process. And now we've the got IRS targeting the president's political opposition. These are all inevitable symptoms of a government with too much power.
Growing up in the 70's, Cream was one of the bands I listened to. Even though they were a 60's band, I found them mainly because of Eric Clapton. I still listen to Cream on my Iphone. I know I sound like I'm 100 years old, but the stuff these kids listen to today, is crap. 3 guys playing real instruments, playing real rock music. Rock on Jack.
Not until *everyone* is miserable will there be reform.