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Published on Nov 3, 2014
For the last decade, everyone has bitched and complained about the fact that electronic voting machines are insecure, can be hacked, and cannot be verified. But they only complain AFTER the elections are over. Why is that?
Zach explains that this is just a natural consequence of America being a free and conservative nation. Conservative philosophy is all about trusting corporations to do the right thing, because in a truly free market everyone knows that corporations always do the right thing. We trust corporations to regulate themselves, to do internal investigations, and to set their own environmental cleanliness standards... so why wouldn't we trust them to vote for us, as well?
Unless, of course, the Democrats win... then there's definitely something fishy going on.
For those of you who have read this far in the description (HI THERE!), today's question is: Why DON'T people ever worry about the insecurity of our voting process until it's too late, after the elections?
Seriously... why is that? Do you have an answer? Leave it in the comments below!
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