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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Three and a half hours

For the man on the right - no exaggeration - the man on the left spent three and a half hours voting at Sunday's Likud primary.

An hour and a half to get in.

About ten minutes later, voted, but before the vote could be confirmed, the system crashed.

An hour and a half later, the system came up. Voted again, but before the first half of the vote could be confirmed, the terminal crashed.

Twenty minutes later, vote canceled and moved polling stations.

Ten minutes later finished.

They have said that they will extend the voting hours. I suggest strongly that if you are a Likud member and you plan to vote, you should get there early. There are no black panthers, but someone doesn't seem to want Yerushalmim (at least) to vote.

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At 4:58 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

Do you think he'll look into the effects of the Green Slush? And say something outloud about it? (Another big bunch of e-mails on it have been leaked.)

At 5:05 PM, Blogger HaDaR said...

תקלות? זאת המפיה בליקוד אשר לעולם לא יתן למועמדיה להפסד!
פייגלין הוֹלִיךְ שׁוֹלָל הרבה אנשים טובים במחנה הלאומי כבר שתים עשרי שנים, כי הוא הֲזָיָתִי אשר מאמין שאפשר להכשר חזיר.
המַפְיוֹנֶרים השולטים בליכוד לעולם לא יתנו למועמדיהם להפסד.
וכאשר זאת יקרה, יבטלו את תוצאות הבחירות, כפי שעשו בעבר, ויכניסו את חבריהם ברשימה.

Let me translate my thought from Hebrew to English:
It's NOT technical problems! It is the Likud Mafia that will never allow its candidates to lose.
Feiglin has cheated lots of god people in the National Camp because he is deluded into thinking that one can kosher a pig (AS I TOLD HIM and Sackett ALREADY IN 2000!!). The Likud mafiosi will never allow their candidates to lose. And when that happens, as they already did in the past, they'll cancel the results and put their own friends in the lists instead (or they'll leave just one seat for the dummies to continue staying there thinking that they can get more until they reach the majority)

At 5:26 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

Twitter aflame with the idea that the Likud primary may be stopped and redone because of issues. Well, I like paper ballots and scanners. But then I feel queasy and end up wanting a random recount of the paper to see whether the scanners are being scammed... Hmmm.

At 7:08 PM, Blogger Juniper in the Desert said...

What is wrong with paper and pencils? We in backward UK still use them, and manage extremely low fraud, mainly with postal voting.


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