READER COMMENTS ON
"Americans Pony Up For What Taxes Should Cover - Legit Election Tallies: 'BradCast' 11/25/2016"
(12 Responses so far...)
COMMENT #1 [Permalink]
said on 11/25/2016 @ 9:35 pm PT...
is there any way to read the bradcast and not listen to it?
COMMENT #2 [Permalink]
said on 11/26/2016 @ 2:42 am PT...
The charge for recount is outrageous. Should be illegal. Except for a small token - $100.00 or the like.
COMMENT #3 [Permalink]
said on 11/26/2016 @ 11:04 am PT...
COMMENT #4 [Permalink]
Ernest A. Canning
said on 11/26/2016 @ 11:47 am PT...
We need to stop using the word "recount." Stein has requested a "hand-count." This will mark the 1st count of paper ballots by human beings.
Whether the machine tallies were the product of electronic counting or the product of pre-programmed results remains to be seen. (Of course, there's also the possibility of computer malfunction or other error.)
The "hand-count" will either verify or refute the accuracy of the machine tallies. Either way it is the first occasion where we can state with any degree of certainty that the ballots have actually been "counted."
COMMENT #5 [Permalink]
said on 11/26/2016 @ 12:38 pm PT...
I wish they would have included FL in the "recount"...especially the Tampa - Pinellas area, that is a pretty "blue" area and it may have gone red, not likely
COMMENT #6 [Permalink]
said on 11/26/2016 @ 2:02 pm PT...
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COMMENT #7 [Permalink]
said on 11/27/2016 @ 4:07 am PT...
... Mugzi said...
"I wish they would have included FL in the "recount"...especially the Tampa - Pinellas area, that is a pretty "blue" area and it may have gone red, not likely"
After the election theft in 2000... when the U.S. Supreme Court stopped an ongoing recount... the GOP-controlled Florida legislature then implemented a regime of recount rules so bizarrely Kafkaesque that it is literally impossible for a candidate to ask for a recount.
Only the DOJ or SCOTUS can demand a recount in FL... and I don't see that happening an more than I see the Hillary camp doing anything but trying to cover Hillary's ass during the recount.
COMMENT #8 [Permalink]
said on 11/28/2016 @ 4:15 am PT...
COMMENT #9 [Permalink]
said on 11/28/2016 @ 7:52 am PT...
... Ren Jander said...
"THERE WILL BE NO RECOUNT IN PENNSYLVANIA: Jill Stein Perpetrating Election Fraud."
Wow... the F.U.D. flood continues with a "law blog" that appeared overnight with exactly one blog post: a screed that accuses Jill Stein of electoral fraud and tries to scare PA voters away from asking for a recount by accusing any such voters of perjury... a very odd assumption.
But what Ren Jander asserts and
what the Stein recount FAQ says are two
Q: How is the recount going to work in Pennsylvania?
A: We are supporting a voter-initiated recount in Pennsylvania, in election districts where at least three voters in each precinct file affidavits with their County Board of Elections within the specified time frame. Interested voters can fill out the volunteer form. This page will ask for basic information and it contains a video of Jill Stein explaining the intricacies of submitting an affidavit. Then you will be re-directed to a page containing detailed information about the process.
Get started: jill2016.com/recountPA
And the PA difficulties are discussed in various ("real") news outlets such as CBS
and are, again, somewhat... at odds... with the assertions by Jander:
COMMENT #10 [Permalink]
said on 11/28/2016 @ 11:48 am PT...
All of the corporate media, including NPR will focusing on one thing, and one thing only:
A smooth transition to a Trump presidency.
COMMENT #11 [Permalink]
said on 11/28/2016 @ 11:50 am PT...
Great to see you around again! Good zapping!
COMMENT #12 [Permalink]
said on 11/28/2016 @ 1:24 pm PT...
You have got to be kidding me:
Stein's Recount Battle Continues. Here's the Latest
Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein on Monday told the Wisconsin Elections Commission that she would sue unless the state conducted its recount by hand.
Unless she wins the case in Dane County Circuit Court, officials in all of Wisconsin's 72 counties could decide whether they want to count election ballots manually or by machine, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.