Saturday, March 03, 2012

Election hacked, drunken robot elected to school board

No, we're not talking about a typical Chicago school board election. (The mayor appoints them these days, hardly reassuring, but perhaps better than the alternative) Presumably this guy is a product of the public school system:
The kicker is that they altered the signoff page so that it would read "owned" and play the UMich fight song after 15 seconds. The alteration was only spotted when a security tester told the school board they should remove the music from the signoff page — right after he informed them that their system was secure. Fortunately, this was just a dry run instead of an actual election, and no one called the Futurama writers to place Bender in political office.
We've got a lot of bums to throw out in the next election. Check your state, speak up for voter integrity. I participated in the Minnesota caucus this year, have changed residency and voted there since 2008 (I mean, I was in that commie Jan Schakowsky's district in IL) when that buffoon Al Franken (D-ACORN) was sadly sent to D.C. At the caucus I was elected a delegate to the county convention. Those who wanted to stand as delegates to go on were asked to show photo-ID, by acclamation of all there. Minnesota Nice got a dose of Dem tactics.

Don't let it happen again, folks.

P.S. Chicago Tribune: Grading Teachers

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