“‘A lot of people, I think, saw it as a solution to the problems we had in 2000 but have now found that it has its own set of problems,’ said Sean Greene, research director for Electionline.org, a nonpartisan research group. “
Yeah, here’s a set of problems for you: After the election, if they say “Bush won” or “Kerry won,” if anyone says “Prove it!” THEY CAN’T! There is absolutely no way to know if the machines recorded the votes correctly. That’s a problem, all right.