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Re: “We have met the enemy: The open line

Anyone other than DullRazor and Steven believe @IdiotDonald can be trusted? Then why did the U.S. Senate vote 88-11 last Wednesday on the non-binding resolution calling on @ID to get congressional approval before citing national security as a reason for imposing any more tariffs? And why did the Senate the day before that vote 97-2 in favor of a pro-NATO resolution? Because @IdiotDonald, that's why.

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Posted by Sound Policy on 07/15/2018 at 8:05 PM

Re: “NRA used shell company to funnel millions to elect Tom Cotton, others

"And yes, someone with illegal access to any device could probably breech [sic AGAIN] it." DullRazor

Clearly English is not DullRazor's second language. Maybe his third behind lying and bulls**t?

Posted by Sound Policy on 07/15/2018 at 7:27 PM

Re: “NRA used shell company to funnel millions to elect Tom Cotton, others

"The iVotronics and M-100/M-200 650/850 tabulators (i.e. voting systems) are NOT connected to the Internet so they cannot be breeched [sic]." DullRazor

DullRazor, I assume you mean "breached"? Is English your second language?

And you think because something isn't connected to the internet it can't be breached? Poppycock! And you are one of the ReTHUGs in charge of ensuring our voting machinery is secure from your Comrade Putin? Well Ain't That Nice.

Here's a snip from the article linked below:

"The Princeton group has a simple message: That the machines that Americans use at the polls are less secure than the iPhones they use to navigate their way there."

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/20…

Question- when is the last time a digital scanner was audited post-election to make sure its vote total matched the votes cast on that machine? The answer- never, unless there was a very close election (like for county constable with the vote total 100-99). A post-election audit of the scanners would be simple to do- hand tabulate the votes of the paper ballots cst on that machine and then match those totals with the scanner's. If they don't match, Houston, we have a problem. What's that you say? Not all counties use paper ballots? And not all counties use scanners that print a paper trail of votes cast? In other words the scanner's total can't be checked to see if the results were tampered with electronically? Congratulations Comrades Putin and Soffer, you have changed the U.S. presidential election results.

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Posted by Sound Policy on 07/15/2018 at 2:40 PM

Re: “Welcome to the United States, children

Still think @DerangedDonald and his underlings are anything other than pure evil? This is psychological warfare with children targeted as the 'enemy'. This should be prosecuted as a war crime by the international community.

America has lost its way (hardly Breaking News).

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Posted by Sound Policy on 07/15/2018 at 2:12 PM

Re: “NRA used shell company to funnel millions to elect Tom Cotton, others

Am I the only one who noticed DullRazor is unwilling to tell us why he loves Russian dictator Vladimir Putin so much? Come on, DullRazor, the whole world wants to know. Does Putin also have a pee tape with you in it?

And then you can tell us how the Russians breached Arkansas's voting systems, how much private information they got away with, whether it was the Feds that had to tell you election commission rubes the state's systems got hacked, etc. Inquiring minds want to know.

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Posted by Sound Policy on 07/14/2018 at 10:40 PM

Re: “NRA used shell company to funnel millions to elect Tom Cotton, others

Tell us the truth, DullRazor. Are you brown-nosing communists for no other reason than because your hero Trump is having a love fest with Russian dictator Putin? What a true patriot you are! Russian patriot that is.

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Posted by Sound Policy on 07/14/2018 at 1:14 PM

Re: “NRA used shell company to funnel millions to elect Tom Cotton, others

Arkansas is one of the three "most expensive" in the country for ads? Give me a break. Even DullRazor isn't dumb enough to believe that.

A big, unreported story is why folks like DullRazor who claim to be patriotic Americans have thrown in with Russian dictator Vladimir Putin. I mean, we know Putin has something on @DraftDodgerDonald, and @DDT has become Putin's poodle/lapdog. But why would those who have claimed to be anti-communist like DullRazor suddenly switch sides. Blind allegiance to Putin's poodle @DDT? Comrade DullRazor, can you explain that to us?

P.S. Rotten Tommy Cotton is the NRA's lapdog.

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Posted by Sound Policy on 07/14/2018 at 10:53 AM

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