Rep. Dennis Kucinich Opposes All Voting

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On NewsHour tonight:

KWAME HOLMAN: Democratic Congressman Dennis Kucinich of Ohio, a presidential candidate in 2004, is calling for a return to paper ballots for future presidential elections because, he says, paperless electronic machines are unreliable.

REP. DENNIS KUCINICH: It's not failsafe. If somebody can show me you could have an election with a 100-percent assurance, that there's no vulnerabilities to attack, there's no vulnerabilities in the software, that the software works like a dream and the hardware's perfect, people can show that, then, yes, I'm ready to hear what they have to say. But until that time, look, there's plenty of reasons to be concerned.

Of course, no voting system is failsafe, with 100 percent assurance, with no vulnerabilities, with perfect hardware. Therefore: no voting. Thanks, Dennis!

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