Tuesday, January 15, 2008
If The South Koreans Can Use And Count Paper Ballots So Can Americans!!
Noztnac over on RonPaulForums shared this gem today:
I am an American living in South Korea. They recently had a presidential election here.
Here are some interesting facts:
South Korea has a population greater than Canada, Australian, New Zealand, and Sweden combined.
They used paper ballots and counted all of them by hand. They counted the entire country in one day. And they counted them in plain view of the people and the media.
So why can't one tiny state like New Hampshire do that?
Iowa still hasn't counted all of their votes.
Population of South Korea: 49,044,790 (July 2007 est.)
Population of Iowa: 2,982,085 (2006 est.)
Population of New Hampshire : 1,235,786 (2006 est.)