Four of of ten American voters will be casting ballots this November on equipment that's different from what they used in 2004.
One reason is the doubts raised about ATM-syle electronic touch-screen machines, which have prompted half a dozen states to turn them off and turn back to paper ballots.
Unfortunately those paper ballots are counted by electronic machines subject to tampering and fraud.
I mean, here we are, the nation that put men on the Moon, with ATM machines that do not lose a penny from one end of the nation to another, and we cannot come up with an accurate and honest elections system?
I don't buy that.