Is the election already in the bag?
Perhaps Obama had reason to believe so when he said “after my election” rather than “in case of” to Russian President Medvedev a week ago.
Because the CEO of SKYTL, Pere Valles, a socialist who donated heavily to the 2008 Obama campaign and lived in Chicago during Obama’s time as Illinois State Senator, will be counting our ballots. He used to be VP and Chief Financial officer of GlobalNET, a NASDAQ publicly traded telecommunications company headquartered in Chicago.
When the Spanish online voting company SKYTL bought the largest vote processing corporation in the United States, it also acquired the means of manufacturing the outcome of the 2012 election. For SOE, the Tampa based corporation purchased by SKYTL in January, supplies the election software which records, counts, and reports the votes of Americans in 26 states–900 total jurisdictions–across the nation. And although the votes will be cast in hometown, American precincts on Election Day, with the Barcelona-based SKYTL taking charge of the process, they will be routed and counted overseas.
Oh gee…that’s comforting, isn’t it? Not only will they be controlling the votes of our military overseas, they will also control our elections. Our Congress voted for letting this “overseas” operation control our election, and it gets better: the system is hackable. It’s already been hacked by a Computer Teacher. Upon opening the system for the use in the District of Columbia, the University of Michigan’s fight song “The Victors” was suddenly heard after the casting of each ballot. It was easy.
And that’s not all:
In spite of warnings by experts across the nation, American soldiers overseas will once again vote via the internet in 2012. And because SKYTL will control the method of voting and—thanks to the purchase of SOE–the method of counting the votes as well, there “…will be no ballots, no physical evidence, no way for the public to authenticate who actually cast the votes…or the count.”
The American advocacy group Project Vote has concluded that SKYTL’s internet voting system is vulnerable to attack from the outside AND the inside, a situation which could result in “…an election that does not accurately reflect the will of the voters…”
Mmmmm….didn’t Michelle take a very lavish vacation to Spain in 2010? While White House spokesman Gibbs said, “The first lady is on a private trip. She is a private citizen and is the mother of a daughter on a private trip. And I think I’d leave it at that,” she did an awful lot of political stuff while she was there. She took Anita Blanchard, who is married to Marty Nesbitt the treasurer of Obama’s campaign fund with her. This was after he was in office.
Another thing Michelle did on that trip was endorse the “Cordoba Initiative.” Remember it was the Cordoba Intitiative that tried to put the Mosque on Ground Zero.
The Cordoba Initiative’s stated mission is “to achieve a tipping point in Muslim-West relations within the next decade, bringing back” the conditions of Cordoba during the period of Muslim domination, when they “coexisted” with Christians and Jews who lived in a condition of peace.
Once again: All it will take is a few adjustments and Obama will win…he has a friend on the inside, who’s outside our jurisdiction. We vote ‘globally’ now. Do you trust this system? I don’t. We’d be better off if Jimmy Carter was running it…wait…I take that back. Jimmy Carter is probably already in Barcelona.
No Wonder they say Obama is leading in the polls. Maybe everyone in the media already knows it’s a done deal.