‘Stealing America’ – Does every vote count?

‘Stealing America’ – Does every vote count?

It’s getting easier and easier to brush off the allegations made in partisan documentaries.

Docs today say some of the craziest things. But “Stealing America: Vote by Vote” got under my skin a bit.

My review at Pajamas Media shares that ambivalence. The film does all it can to insist multiple elections were either stolen or tampered with in significant ways. Some of its tactics are far from convincing, and the film should have done more reporting on several key issues. That doesn’t distract from the number of sources featured in the film who can’t be summarily dismissed.

At the least, it describes an electronic voting process fraught with potential errors, and that’s something people on both sides of the aisle should notice.

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DimitriosNo Gravatar August 29, 2008 at 3:10 pm

Diebold has spent the last 6 or so years claiming their electronic voting machines are safe, secure, and reliable. Even going so far as to sue people and bring criminal and civil charges against those that try and refute Diebold’s claims. Well guess what, this week Diebold has fessed up that there are serious problems with their equipment and some of these software problems go back 10 years.

cftotoNo Gravatar August 29, 2008 at 3:15 pm

Thanks for the info, Dimitrios. This doc should have been better, but we ignore all its information at our own peril.

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