Here's video of Clint Curtis, a former programmer for Yang Enterprises (YEI) in Florida, testifying under oath that Representative Tom Feeney asked him to write a voting machine program to rig elections. Feeney is Republican Congressman who was the Speaker of the House of Florida at the time, as well as a lobbyist for Yang Enterprises, and Yang Enterprises' corporate attorney. *** In the video, Curtis testifies that Feeney asked him to write a program for touchscreen voting machines that could undetectably "flip the vote 51-49 to whoever you wanted it to go to and whichever race you wanted to win."I don't know much about computers, but I do know that if a machine can be hacked, it will be hacked -- and every machine can be hacked.
Paper, by contrast, is notoriously difficult to hack.
UPDATE, OCT 10: An anonymous commenter informs us that Tom Feeney's chief of staff, Jason C. Roe, is currently on a leave of absence to work as the campaign manager for Creepy Pete Roskam.
Rollcall -- via FlashReport -- confirms.