Voting machines tied to the Romneys could decide the election in Ohio

Gov. Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are locked in a tight election race which could very well be decided by Ohio's 18 electoral votes according to CNN. Unfortunately for democrats Ohio's touchscreen voting machines are tied to the Romney family.

A 2007 study conducted by Ohio's Secretary of State showed that Hart Intercivic's touch screen voting machines could be easily corrupted. The New York Times reported:
At polling stations, teams working on the study were able to pick locks to access memory cards and use hand-held devices to plug false vote counts into machines. At boards of election, they were able to introduce malignant software into servers.
Hopefully this is not going to be a repeat of the year George Bush Jr. won the election  in a Florida court room. If you'd like to sign a petition to Tell the Department of Justice: Don't let Republicans steal the election in Ohio with Romney-owned voting machines click here.


  1. comes down to OHIO? really? drama, gurl...

  2. This is a good thing. Bye Obama!

    And yes Ohio will decide the election.

    Romney has already picked up Virginia, Florida, and North Carolina that means he definitely needs Ohio and either Iowa or Colorado to win.

  3. Nauseates me how anyone who visits this website would actually prefer Romney over Obama. What kind of twisted self-loathing bored contrarian gay are you?? Are you really that clueless about how Mitt's Mormon "Church" created Prop 8 and other political initiatives which seek to prevent gays from attaining equal rights?! The guy wants to skewer your life and wreck our country, and your dumb ass is smiling to help him. Unbe-fucking-lievable.

  4. ^^

    Hear, hear.
    I can't even imagine what kind of dipshit pseudo-Repub, wannabe-millionaire Log Cabin closet queen would type that on this site.

  5. Obama in an electorate landslide, queens. this is all just drama.

  6. This is some scurry shit y'all :( what gay votes for Romney!? Shame on you


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