Re: BBV FOIA requests

From: Ken Restivo <ken_at_restivo_dot_org>
Date: Tue Nov 09 2004 - 13:20:26 CST

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On Mon, Nov 08, 2004 at 10:47:27PM -0800, Arthur Keller wrote:
> There are 3 groups that appear to be doing similar work: Vote Watch
> (.us), Black Box Voting (.org), and Kathy Dopp. If the OVC is to
> weigh in (and we don't have a mechanism for doing so), I think we
> shouldn't choose one in preference to the others. I have been
> privately encouraging these efforts, but not in my capacity as an
> officer of the OVC.
>

Un-lurking here. I would advise OVC to stay above the fray as much as
is possible, and position itself as "the good guys". Or rather, as
the people best positioned to sell arms to both sides-- or more accurately
to end the war entirely.

To the right-wing partisans: "If you had adopted our solution, you could
have stopped all these insane conspiracy theories in about 5-second flat".

To the left-wing partisans: "Our product is the best way to guarantee
that your votes are counted and to prevent fraud".

Tastes great, less filling.

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