Re: The Bill -- version A

From: Joseph Lorenzo Hall <joehall_at_gmail_dot_com>
Date: Thu Jan 26 2006 - 14:31:22 CST

On 1/26/06, Ron Crane <voting@lastland.net> wrote:
> You must be referring to the 5th Amendment's prohibition on compelled
> self-incrimination. I'd love to hear vendors argue that one.

nope... you'll have to wait a bit to hear more. I apologize. -Joe

> I'm interested in your reasoning. Why shouldn't the public be able to
> review the software that handles its votes? Why should vendors -- who, after
> all, are really fiduciaries of the public trust of handing our votes -- be
> able to hide what they're doing? Why should the public be forced to trust
> the "experts"?

I personally think that the public should be able to review the
software. more later, Joe

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Joseph Lorenzo Hall
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